Join us for the 2018 Surviving Mold Conference in Salisbury, Maryland.


Join us for the 2018 Surviving Mold Conference in Salisbury, Maryland.

Save the date for streaming! The 4th annual CIRS conference "Cutting Edge in Science and Medicine of CIRS," will be held Friday May 4-Sunday May 6, 2018, The conference features experts in differential gene activation and inflammation (transcriptomics of CIRS), New concepts in evaluation of water-damaged buildings including contaminant inflammagen cloud, actinomycetes, endotoxins as well as specialty discussion from indoor environmental experts.

Also featured is the new CIRS Consensus Statement, accepted for publication in Internal Medicine Review. In a paper soon to be published, Drs. Scott McMahon and Jennifer Smith present the break-through findings demonstrating that the unusual pediatric disease (Pediatric Associated Neuropsychiatric Syndrome (PANS) is actually a CIRS.

The full schedule will be available for review on the homepage of www.survivingmold.com beginning April 27th.

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FOURTH ANNUAL CIRS CONFERENCE 5/3 THROUGH 5/6/2018

More than mold, CIRS expands its applications in medicine

COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT, SALISBURY, MARYLAND

Sponsored by www.survivingmold.com and CRBAI

Friday, May 4

8:30: remarks Scott McMahon, M.D. Session chair
8:45-9:30: New consensus statement, Karen Johnson, MD (medical)
9:30-9:45: New Consensus Statement, Michael Schrantz (IEP)
9:45-10:15 : PANS as a CIRS, Jennifer Smith, NMD
10:15-10:30 : coffee break
10:30-11:00 : Expanding CIRS beyond moldy buildings, Ritchie Shoemaker, M.D.
11:00-11:45: Pediatric quirks of CIRS and PANS, Scott McMahon, M.D.
11:45-12:15: Panel discussion
1:00: remarks, Jimmy Ryan, PhD session chair
1:05-2:15: Molecular methods in CIRS, Jimmy Ryan
2:15-3:00: Using the transcriptomic primer, Ritchie Shoemaker, M.D.
3:00- 3:15: coffee break
3:15- 4:30: Microbiologic Advances, Joe Musto, PhD and Ritchie Shoemaker, M.D.

What’s new with MARCoNS? (1) EDTA/silver; (2) vancomycin resistance and (3) multinuclear atrophy.

4:30-5:00: update on laboratory studies, Laurie Rossi, RN
5:00-6:00: open forum

Saturday, May 5

8:25: Opening remarks by Larry Schwartz, session chair

8:30-9:10: Failures in mold and water damage investigation, Jeff Charlton

9:10-9:55: Contaminant inflammagen cloud, (CIC); 2 case studies, Larry Schwartz

9:55-10:15: The Surviving Mold Community-Building an effective network for the physicians and the patient, Michael Schrantz

10:15-10:30: coffee Break

10:30-11:10: ECM- How mold goes rogue indoors, Greg Weatherman

11:10-11:50: Understanding and using the MPI, Mold Propensity Index, Larry Schwartz

11:50-12:10: Building science in hot humid climates, Will Spates

12:10-12:30 Panel Q & A

1:00: Session chair, David Lark
1:00-1:30: Gray Matter Nuclear Atrophy, Ritchie Shoemaker
1:30-2:45: Developing expert credentials Scott McMahon MD, David Lark
2:45-3:00: break
3:00-4:15: Actinomycetes and Endotoxins, David Lark and Gianni Rossini, PhD
4:15-5:15: Planning Conference 2019, Marsha Cash and Greg Weatherman


Sunday, May 6
8:30: Ming Dooley Session chair
8:35-9:15: NeuroQuant and Chronic Pain, Lysander Jim, M.D.,
9:15-9:45: Cyanobacteria, Ming Dooley,
9:45-10:15: Progress in use of AO, Scott McMahon, M.D.

10:15-10:30: break
10:30-11:00: Ciguatera, Lysander Jim, M.D.
11:00-11:30: Post Lyme Syndrome, Lysander Jim, M.D.
11:30-12:00: closing remarks and comments, Scott McMahon, M.D.


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    - May 4, 2018
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