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A Ticking Time-Bomb: The Tick Crisis in the Adirondacks


  • Lee Ann Sporn, Ph.D., Biology Professor and Coordinator of Human Health and the Environment at Paul Smith’s College

  • Keith Collins, M.D. Specialist in Infectious Disease, CVPH

Ticks are now a regular feature of summer life, and they appear on the scene earlier each year. Most of us know friends or family members who have had brushes with Lyme disease, and others who have had life-changing bouts.

In the midst of this mounting public health crisis, New York cut funding for tick research from the state budget.

Come to a panel discussion on the tick crisis and its consequences for public health led by experts in the field. Get the most up-to-date facts, hear about the latest research, and share your experiences.

Earlier Event: June 22
Tony Trischka
Later Event: August 2
The Lion King Jr.