April 4th:
MSIDS Model & Its Role in Driving Inflammation
Hosted by Chronic Lyme Disease Summit 2016

I will be a speaker on Day One at the upcoming Chronic Lyme Disease Summit, with Dr Jay Davidson. This will be the biggest global Lyme summit to date. Please join me and other Lyme literate practitioners as we discuss the newest research and treatments to help those who have been misdiagnosed and suffering from Lyme and associated tick-borne disorders. I hope to see you there!

More Information & Free Registration
April 16
th, 2:00pm - 4pm:
 MSIDS Model and Nutritional Therapies in Lyme Disease
Hosted by Academy of Nutritional Medicine (AONM)
Holiday Inn London, Regent's Park, London (map)

I will be speaking on Lyme disease and MSIDS at The Academy of Nutritional Medicine in London (via Skype) on Saturday, April 16th, 2016. The conference will take place at the Holiday Inn London-Regent's Park, Carburton Street, W1W5EE. This talk will address the epidemiology of Lyme disease and co-infections, modes of transmission, issues with diagnostic testing and treatment, and how we can use a multifactorial model for treating chronic disease (MSIDS) to treat resistant symptomatology. Both classical and integrative treatments will be discussed, as well as novel cutting edge treatments to address persistent infection. If you are able to attend, please register via link above. I hope you can make it!

More Information & Registration
May 1st, 4pm - 9pm: LymeAid 2016
Hosted by Bay Area Lyme Foundation
Home of Paula and Mike Rantz, Palo Alto, CA (map)

Celebrate Progress, Recognize Commitment, Ignite Awareness. Cocktails, Dinner, Live Auction and Concert - featuring legendary performer Diana Ross. In its fourth year, LymeAid is an exclusive annual benefit dinner and live concert.  At LymeAid, Bay Area Lyme Foundation brings together world-class scientists and community leaders in a spirit of collaboration, learning and fun to raise funds for critical research that will accelerate medical breakthroughs for Lyme disease.  I am an Honorary host for this event.
May 7th, 8am - 6pm: Lyme and the 16 Point MSIDS Map: Scientific Advances
University of Binghamton Lyme Conference
Hosted by Binghamton University's Lyme & Tick-Borne Diseases Research and
Southern Tier Lyme Support, Inc.
Binghamton University Innovative Technology Complex, Vestal, NY (map)

I will be the keynote speaker at the Binghamton University Lyme disease conference on Saturday, May 7th, where I will be giving updates on the new science on pulsing and persister protocols for Lyme disease and co-infections (exciting new information!), with scientific updates on the 16 point MSIDS map. I will be joined by Dr. Tom Moorcroft who will also be speaking about integrative protocols and co-infections. Please go on the Southern Tier Lyme Support website to sign up.

May 8th, 11:30am: Performance of "the little things" 
Hosted by Southern Tier Lyme Support, Inc.
African Road Elementary/Middle School Auditorium, Vestal, NY (map)

Theatre performance of "The Little Things" which describes the journey of a family whose son was a Lyme disease victim. It is a powerful story, and Mary Stuart Masterson and Jeremy Davidson who helped direct, produce and write this moving piece, will join me on stage after the performance to answer questions. I hope you can join us for this special weekend that kicks off Lyme awareness month.

Free Registration (scroll down page) / Performance Flyer
May 12th-14th: Lyme & the Impact of Sleep Disorders, Meditation, Exercise on Health
Hosted by Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM) 
Manchester Grand Hyatt, San Diego, CA (map)

IFM’s 2016 Annual International Conference presents strategies to transform recent scientific findings on the benefits of sleep, restoration, fitness, and movement into actionable prescriptions for health. Learn the skills and science behind new technological tools and clinical innovations that can help patients sleep better, relax, and increase their activity levels.
June 10th, 9:45am-10:30am: Pulsing and Persisters: A Novel Persister Drug Protocol in Chronic Lyme Disease/PTLDS 
Hosted by International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS) 
Helsinki Congress Paasitorni, Helsinki, Finland (map)

This is ILADS 6th European conference.  Goal is to give physicians within clinical practice and scientific researchers the basic tools used to diagnose and treat tick-borne diseases and to have transparent and evidence-based discussions regarding controversial themes surrounding tick-borne diseases.
June 17th - 19, 11:30am: Living Well with Lyme Disease
Hosted by the Omega Institute, Rhinebeck, NY (map)

Three day workshop with Richard Horowitz, MD, Tom Francescott, ND, and Katina I. Makris, CCH, CIH.  This empowering event is for those afflicted with Lyme disease, health-care providers who want to improve their diagnostic and treatment skills, and anyone else who wants the most up-to-date information on Lyme disease. Guided by a medical doctor, a naturopath, and an expert in natural care, you gain the knowledge and practical tools you need to demystify Lyme disease and navigate this perplexing illness.
June 25th, 9:15am-11:30am: How Can I Get Better?  Lyme Disease and Co-Infection: From Symptoms to Solutions
National Xymogen Tour - Day 1
JW Marriott Austin, Austin, TX (map)

Three day event of thoughtful, practical and information packed presentations previewing the latest innovations in functional medicine.

July 16th: Lyme Conference with Dr. Ron Stram & Special Guest Congressman Chris Gibson 
Albany, NY 

September 10th: How Can I Get Better?  Lyme Disease and Co-Infection: From Symptoms to Solutions
National Xymogen Tour
Phoenix, AZ

September 11th: How Can I Get Better?  Lyme Disease and Co-Infection: From Symptoms to Solutions
National Xymogen Tour
Los Angeles, CA

September 24th: How Can I Get Better?  Lyme Disease and Co-Infection: From Symptoms to Solutions
National Xymogen Tour
Orlando, FL

Richard Horowitz,
Mar 18, 2016, 6:51 PM