Invisible International is a proud co-organizer of the third European “Crypto-Infections Conference,” which will focus on Lyme disease, hidden infections, and bacterial persistence. Highlights include talks on the persistence of Lyme and bartonella, Long COVID, microbe-induced Alzheimer’s, neuropsychiatric manifestations of persistent infections, and more, with speakers from Europe and the U.S. The conference can be attended in person or online and will be available for CME credit.
Organizers are still soliciting abstracts, six of which will be given 15-minute speaking slots during the event. Abstracts should contain original material from recent work on crypto-infection research, as well as best-practice examples and lessons learned. Research categories include human studies, animal studies, epidemiology, and diagnostics/therapeutics. Send abstracts in pdf format to email@example.com by June 1, 2023.
In addition to Invisible International, this conference is being co-organized by Jack Lambert, MD, PhD, a Professor of Medicine and Infectious Diseases at Mater and Rotunda hospitals, and University College of Dublin School of Medicine in Dublin, Ireland; and Christian Perronne, MD, PhD, a Professor of Infectious and Tropical Diseases, former head of a medical department, recently retired from the University of Versailles St Quentin, Paris-Saclay, France. Dr. Lambert is also the founder of the Lyme Resource Centre in Scotland and a member of Invisible’s Scientific Advisory Board.
Invisible's participation in this conference was made possible by a generous donation by the Hewson Family of Dublin, Ireland.