Lyme Disease; Vaccines; Infectious Disease Medicine
The effectiveness of vaccines in clinical practice; Prevention, diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease; clinical epidemiology; case-control studies
Extensive Research Description
Clinical epidemiologic research on the effectiveness of vaccines, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease.
Management of patients with medically unexplained symptoms presenting as Lyme disease;
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