Invitation to Participate

The Columbia CTNCC welcomes input from the public, community clinicians, and other stakeholders regarding novel treatment approaches that we should review and consider.

The contribution of treatment research ideas from the stakeholder community is an efficient way to communicate with clinical trials investigators and an invaluable way for our CTN Coordinating Center team to learn about novel treatment approaches that may improve the care of individuals with Lyme and other Tick-borne diseases.

The CTN will solicit suggestions from the public twice a year. A progress report for the previous round is now available.

Submit a Research Idea

What is the idea that you would like us to test? In a few sentences, please tell us about the treatment you would like one of the CTN investigators to study. (max. 1500 characters)
Describe the evidence or rationale to suggest this treatment approach is helpful. If you have any prior research or data to support the recommendation, please provide it. (max. 1000 characters)
What clinical symptom(s) would be most likely to improve from this treatment? (max. 500 characters)
Please provide information about optimal dosing or duration of treatment (if you can estimate it) (max. 500 characters)
Email (optional) (max. 100 characters)