Lyme Disease: Be Aware and Prevent

Lyme Disease: Be aware and prevent. A community event Wednesday, April 22 6:00-7:30 pm

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Canandaigua Lyme Disease Lectures

Learn about this complicated illness, its symptoms and prevention.

We are offering  two lectures, one in Canandaigua and one in Geneva for your convenience. Please RSVP using the form below by April 20 to let us know which location you will attend.

  Canandaigua Lecture  

Wednesday, April 22 
6:00-7:30 pm 

Light Refreshments will be served.

Canandaigua Academy Auditorium
435 East Street, Canandaigua,

RSVP by April 20 using the form below.

  Geneva Lecture  

Thursday, April 23 
6:00-7:30 pm 

Light Refreshments will be served.

Ventosa Vineyards Ballroom
3440 NY-96A, Geneva

RSVP by April 20 using the form below.

Lyme Disease Lecture Registration Form


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The Expert

Dr. Elizabeth Maloney, Family Physician and President of Partnership for Tick-borne Diseases

National Speaker

Dr. Elizabeth Maloney

President of Partnership for Tick-borne Diseases Education and Minnesota family physician

Dr. Elizabeth Maloney is a Minnesota family physician. As her career progressed, Dr. Maloney began reviewing the scientific literature on tick-borne diseases in earnest in 2006. Her initial review was an attempt to understand why some patients did not present or respond as described in review articles and conference lectures. She discovered that Borrelia burgdorferi, the agent of Lyme disease, is a complex organism and the immune response to it is nuanced and there are gaps in the clinical understanding of the disease. In 2015, Partnership for Tick-Borne Diseases Education was founded with a mission is to provide online and in-person educational content and materials on tick-borne diseases. As President, Dr. Maloney changed her focus now educates medical professionals and the community about tick-borne illnesses.