Kristopher Paolino, MD, is an assistant professor of medicine and of microbiology and immunology at Upstate.
Participants sought to help develop new test for Lyme disease
Doctors would like to have a quick and reliable way to diagnose Lyme disease in their patients. A study underway at Upstate aims to develop a better, faster diagnostic test. Kristopher Paolino, MD, describes why a test for Lyme disease is important and how to participate in the study (go to immunesensestudy.com to register). Paolino is an assistant professor of medicine and of microbiology and immunology at Upstate, and he is the principal investigator for the study.