ILADS Presents Dinner and Lecture
with Prof Ying Zhang, MD, PhD
of Johns Hopkins University

Drugs Targeting Bacterial Persisters for Improved
Treatment of Persistent Lyme Disease

Thursday, March 23, 2017
Mill Valley Community Center
180 Camino Alto
Mill Valley, CA

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Program Schedule:

5:30 pm
   Gathering

6:30 pm
   Welcome remarks
      Sunjya Schweig, MD

6:35 pm
   Dinner

7:30 pm
   Lecture with Q & A
      Ying Zhang, MD, PhD

9:00
   Program ends

Free Parking On Site

Dinner Details:

Fee:
   $35 per person

Target Audience:
   Medical Professionals ONLY

Meal Choices
   1. Gluten Free – Roasted Rosemary Chicken Breast with Mediterranean Tomato-Olive Sauce

   2. Vegetarian – Stuffed Portobello Mushroom

Registration
To register for the dinner and lecture please contact:
Johanna Gagnon at jgagnon@ilads.org
301-263-1080 ext. 103
or Jen Jones at jen.jones@ilads.org
301-263-1080 ext. 104

 

Dr. Ying Zhang, MD, PhD, is a Professor at Department of Molecular Microbiology & Immunology, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. His research interests are in bacterial drug resistance, persistence, pathogenesis, and development of more effective treatments for persistent infections. Although much of his research career is on tuberculosis, in recent years, he has been working on the persistence problem in Lyme disease. His group recently identified a range of FDA-approved drugs that have high activity against Borrelia persisters. In collaboration with colleagues, he is interested to evaluate the drug combination regimens with Borrelia persister drugs for more effective treatment of persistent Lyme disease.

 

This event is
underwritten by a
generous grant provided by
Researched Nutritionals