7-9 p.m, Tuesday, May 1
George Washington University’s Loudoun Campus on Route 7
Exploration Hall, Room 101
The meeting is designed to help better educate the medical community in the region about the growing problem of Lyme disease.
- Rep. Frank Wolf (R-10th)
- Dr. Mike Farris, chancellor of Patrick Henry College and chairman of the Governor’s Lyme Task Force
- Dr. David Trump, Virginia State Epidemiologist for the Virginia Department of Health
- Dr. Samuel Shor, associate clinical professor, George Washington University Health Care Sciences, and a member of the Governor’s Lyme Task Force. Dr. Shor will present information regarding a historical perspective of Lyme disease, acute presentation/prevention and a “state of the art” literature-based description of diagnostic criteria, other potential clinical manifestations and treatment issues.