Holly Ahern, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Microbiology at SUNY Adirondack

When Holly Ahern found out that her daughter’s mysterious illness was Lyme disease, she quickly immersed herself in the subject. She soon learned about the controversies swirling around the disease and came to realize that many others were suffering like her daughter.  Ahern has become an advocate for developing a  broader understanding of Lyme disease – one aimed at treating the chronic symptoms commonly reported by patients who were misdiagnosed or received inadequate treatment in the disease’s early stages.

Her goal is to change the official CDC case definition of Lyme disease, which could attract more attention and funding to Lyme disease.

Professor Ahern has become a tireless advocate for education and change. She is constantly speaking at conferences. If you are at an event where she is scheduled to speak, be sure not to miss it.

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