2019 Conference

Saturday May 4th

Full Details Coming Soon!


This conference is intended for a wide audience including primary care physicians, neurologists, health professionals and the general public, confronting the rapid increase of Lyme disease infections in New York State. The conference lectures will increase participants’ knowledge of the risk of Lyme disease and co-infections, tick infectivity and distribution, and the diagnosis and treatment of tick-borne disorders and overlapping medical conditions.

Online Registration for Attendees will open March 1st

Our Guest Speakers

Full Speaker Line Up Announced Soon

Robert Giguere

(Director of Sales, IGeneX) Robert Giguere has spent the majority of his career dealing with clinical laboratory medicine in the esoteric fields of genetics, endocrinology, and immunology. He did his undergraduate study at Providence College and then got his molecular biology training at MIT. Since starting his laboratory career in the early 1980’s at Nichols Institute in California, he has been a director or higher level at a number of nationally recognized esoteric clinical laboratories. These include the molecular laboratory Collaborative Research Inc.and Repomedix,Inc, in greater Boston. He was COO & Senior Vice President at Boston BioMedica Clinical Laboratory during the 1990’s and for the past 10 years Director of Sales at IGeneX,Inc

Binghamton University Speakers

Ralph Garruto, Ph.D.

Dr. Ralph Garruto is Research Professor of Biomedical Anthropology and a member of the National Academics of Sciences. He has worked on infectious and chronic diseases in human populations during his tenure at NIH and while at Binghamton University. Dr. Garruto has over 400 publications and is working on ecological, spatial and human dynamics Ed for Lyme disease in places where people live, eat, and recreate in what is referred to as “Built the Environments.” (Biomedical Anthropology & Biological Sciences Director, Binghamton University Biospecimen Archive Facility)

Amanda Roome, MS, Ph.D Candidate

Amanda Roome is a biomedical anthropology PhD student with interests in human population health. She has done fieldwork in Vanuata and in upstate New York. Ms. Roome is currently working on human and ecological aspects of Lyme disease for her doctoral work. (Department of Anthropology Binghamton University)


Conference Address

85 Murray Hill Rd.
Vestal NY, 13850

2019 Lyme Conference Location:

Binghamton University​’s Innovative Technologies Complex: Center of Excellence


STLS Office

308 Main St. Suite 204

Johnson City, NY. 13790

2018 Lyme Conference Location

85 Murray Hill Rd, Vestal, NY 13850 Google Maps »

STLS Office

308 Main St., Suite 204,
Johnson City, NY. 13790
Google Maps »

Food & Drink Options


Rotunda Cafe - located next to Symposium Hall

Light Breakfast & Lunch

Coffee, Water, Juice, Soda


Local Options within Driving Distance

Local Restaurants and stores within easy driving distance

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