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Trials Offered by a Specific Doctor

Brian Fallon, MD
Dr. Fallon is the Director of the Lyme and Tick-Borne Diseases Research Center at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center. A graduate of Harvard College, he obtained his MD degree from the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, as well as a master's degree in public health epidemiology from Columbia University. He did his research training and an NIH fellowship in biological psychiatry at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center and the New York State Psychiatric Institute. Dr. Fallon’s research has focused on neuropsychiatry — the discipline that studies the behavioral and mood effects of diseases that affect the brain. His particular areas of research focus in Lyme disease include phenomenology, diagnostics, neuroimaging, biomarker, and treatment studies. Dr Fallon has lectured on Lyme disease nationally and internationally and was the lead investigator of one of the NIH-funded U.S. Clinical Trials of Post-treatment Lyme disease. Dr. Fallon has published over 100 peer-reviewed articles, review papers, and book chapters and he has served as a reviewer for many journals, including JAMA, Journal of Infectious Disease, Clinical Infectious Disease, and the American Journal of Psychiatry.

Clinical Studies Managed By Dr. Fallon:
More InfoTitleSponsorIRB Number
Details[CLOSED] Meditation and Stretching for Post-Treatment Lyme Disease SyndromeColumbia Lyme & Tick-borne Diseases Research Center6927
DetailsEvaluation of healthy controls - a screening protocolColumbia Lyme & Tick-borne Diseases Research Center7357
Details[CLOSED] A Prospective Diagnostic and Biomarker Study of Lyme DiseaseColumbia Lyme & Tick-borne Diseases Research Center6805
DetailsA New Treatment Study for Previously Treated Lyme Disease Patients with Persistent FatigueColumbia Lyme & Tick-Borne Diseases Research Center7755
Details[CLOSED] Meditation and Yoga for Heightened Anxiety related to COVID-19Columbia Lyme & Tick-borne Diseases7987