Johns Hopkins Lyme Disease Clinical Research Center Opens
APRIL 1, 2015
Dr. Aucott receives Global Lyme Alliance Lauren F. Brooks Hope Award
APRIL 11, 2015
FEBRUARY 4, 2015
The Johns Hopkins Lyme Disease Clinical Research Center was founded by a gift from the Lyme Disease Research Foundation. The mission of the Center is to continue our patient-based research into all the varied manifestations of Lyme disease and to find better diagnostic and prognostic tests to improve the care of patients.
Lyme disease makes hundreds of thousands of people sick every year; it is the most commonly reported tick-borne infection in the United States. Children are especially hard-hit by Lyme disease with the highest in incidence among children between the ages of 5 to 14.Read More
There is an urgent need for research into the complex problem of chronic Lyme disease. Physicians need new tools to identify and treat patients who have persistent symptoms even after antibiotic therapy.Read More
LymeMD is a national leader in the search for solutions to the Lyme disease epidemic. Our mission is to promote research leading to the understanding of Lyme disease and its varied manifestations. At LymeMD, we focus on translating research into clinical practice and we strive for a future where accurate diagnosis and effective treatment will offer new hope to Lyme disease patients and their families.