The Wearable Project: How Can Wearables Be Used in Diagnosing and Studying Lyme Disease?

Dr. Snyder, Stanford professor and author of the book: "Genomics and Personalized Medicine: What Everyone Needs to Know".

Guest host, Wendy Adams, Bay Area Lyme grant director, interviews Dr. Michael Snyder, Stanford W. Ascherman Professor and Chair, Department of Genetics Director, Center for Genomics and Personalized Medicine Stanford University. Dr. Snyder is a major participant in the ENCODE project, the public research project that aims to identify functional elements of the human genome. He authored the book: Genomics and Personalized Medicine: What Everyone Needs to Know. He is also a cofounder and a board member of several biotechnology companies.

Mental Health Support for Persistent Lyme Disease patients and Covid Longhauler patients

Kerry Lang, LMHC, Wellness and Mental Health Program Manager at the Harvard Spaulding Dean Center for Tick Borne Illness and Mental Health Chair for Invisible International and Ride Out Lyme

Kerry Lang, LMHC, Wellness and Mental Health Program Manager at the Harvard Spaulding Dean Center for Tick Borne Illness and Mental Health Chair for Invisible International and Ride Out Lyme, shares how seeking wellness groups and having a positive attitude are so important to supporting the immune system and mental health. She discusses the Covid/Lyme overlap and how these two populations need to work together to inform each other.

The Mysterious History of Tick-borne Diseases and How We Can Stem the Epidemic

Kris Newby, author of "Bitten: The Secret History of Lyme Disease and Biological Weapons", senior producer of the Lyme disease documentary, "Under Our Skin"

Kris Newby, author of Bitten: The Secret History of Lyme Disease and Biological Weapons, senior producer of the Lyme disease documentary, Under Our Skin, discusses her Lyme history, her extensive research into tick-borne diseases in the USA and where we find ourselves today in this new pandemic world.

How to Diagnose if Lyme Disease is Affecting the Heart and How to Best Treat It

Dr. Baranchuk, Professor of Medicine at Queen’s University in the Division of Cardiology in Ontario Canada

Dr. Baranchuk, Professor of Medicine at Queen’s University in the Division of Cardiology in Ontario Canada, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Electrocardiology, Vice-President of the International Society of Holter and Noninvasive Electrocardiology and Secretary of the Inter-American Society of Cardiology, discusses his screening process for identifying Lyme infections in the heart and how to treat these patients without unnecessary pacemakers.

First Female US Air Force Thunderbird Pilot and Her Fiercest Battle Yet

Col. Nicole Malachowski, Former Deputy Director for US Air Force Readiness and Training for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense, and Bay Area Lyme Foundation Ambassador

Col. Nicole Malachowski, first female Thunderbird pilot, National Women’s Hall of Famer, and Former Deputy Director for US Air Force Readiness and Training for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, and Bay Area Lyme Foundation Ambassador shares her challenging journey from military fighter to Lyme warrior.

Proof of Persistent Lyme

Monica Embers, PhD, Associate Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at Tulane University School of Medicine and Bay Area Lyme Scientific Advisory Board member

Monica Embers, PhD, Associate Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at the Tulane National Primate Research Center and Bay Area Lyme Scientific Advisory Board member discusses xenodiagnosis, Borrelia persistence, and her ongoing research in non-human primates.

Strengthen Yourself Against Tick-borne Diseases, Covid19, and MSIDS

Richard Horowitz, MD, Bay Area Lyme Advisory Board Member and Director of the Hudson Valley Healing Arts Center

Bay Area Lyme Foundation Advisory Board Member, Richard Horowitz, MD and author of “Why Can’t I Get Better?” speaks about his experience and novel research on Tick-borne Diseases, Fire/Smoke Exposure, Covid19, and Multiple Systemic Infectious Disease Syndrome (MSIDS).