Kristina Petterson Bauer
Kristina Petterson Bauer is the Director of Texas Lyme Alliance, a charity dedicated to bettering the lives of congenital and pediatric Lyme patients. She graduated with a Bachelor's of Science in International Business from Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville in 1999. Kristina serves on the board for Mothers Against Lyme and is a Senior Advocate for federal legislative organization Center For Lyme Action in DC. She has earned several certifications in the health and wellness field and owned a Yoga studio and wellness center for 14 years operating 3 treatment rooms, a playcare and up to 35 meditation and fitness classes a week. Her wellness business has earned her a database of over 6,000 health conscious followers, to join click the "Sign up!" link on this page. She has worked on several Lyme disease publications as an editor and has collaborated on the "Disulfiram Papers" over the last year.
Other publications are on LinkedIn, and all interviews, podcasts and videos are on YouTube (https://youtube.com/c/KristinaBauer) and her other website www.DisulfiramForLyme.org. Kristina is a Lyme patient veteran since her first tick bite in 1980, misdiagnosed over 32 years. She is a Lyme patient advocate since 2016 and Mom of 4 Congenital Lyme children successfully treating since 2013.
She was the first admin of the Disulfiram for Lyme Support Group and now founded her own forum and operates the public Facebook and Twitter pages "Disulfiram for Lyme" and the private group on FB "Disulfiram Experience for Lyme Support group" with over 5,300 members and quickly growing. Schedule educational workshops on Tick-borne illness or Disulfiram with Kristina by emailing her a request today!
Jayakumar Rajadas, PhD
Jayakumar Rajadas, Director Biomaterials and Advanced Drug Delivery Laboratory Stanford University School of Medicine Stanford, CA and Professor(Adjunct) Bioengineering and Therapeutic Sciences UCSF School of Pharmacy University of California, San Francisco, CA. Dr. Rajadas is currently working on the molecular mechanism of protein-initiated neurodegenerative disorders involved in Alzheimer’s and Lyme disease development using biophysical approaches such as AFM, fluorescence, and NMR. He is head of the BioADD Laboratory and Assistant Director of Cardiovascular Pharmacology at Stanford School of Medicine. His recent research, funded by Bay Area Lyme Foundation, identified 20 FDA-approved compounds that were more effective in inhibiting persistent Lyme bacteria than standard antibiotic treatment. Dr. Rajadas received his M.S. in Chemistry from University of Madras and Ph.D. in Biophysical Chemistry from Indian Institute of Technology. He is the discovering researcher of Disulfiram kills persistant Lyme, along with the #5 finding that Azlocillon and Ceftin eradicate Persistant Lyme. He is the only researcher that has masterd the drug delivery to get a successful mouse study. He is very dedicated to curing Lyme disease.
Dr. Ronald Wilson
Dr. Ronald Wilson Graduated from Harvard university in 1968. In 1970 he received his Masters Degree in Immunology and Bacteriology. Research on HLA antigens. In 1974, Graduated from U. of Utah med school and in 1975-1976: Chief of clinics at Toole army Depot , Utah, responsible for 4000 workers. Awarded a Certificate of Outstanding Achievement by James Weir MD Major General for formulating protocols for medical support of Chemical Agent Munitions disposal system (SALT 2 ). In 1976-1979 he served as a resident in OBGYN. Published Research on the affects of pregnancy on the TB skin test. In 1979-1981 he was the Chief of Department of OB GYN at Darnall Army Hospital: Voted outstanding Instructor of the Department. Received The Army Commendation Medal by the Secretary of the Army for establishing teaching program for residents from other teaching hospitals. From 1981-2011: Practiced OBGYN in Denton Texas, delivering 6000 babies and performing countless surgeries in general Obstetrics, Gynecology, Reconstructive Gyn, Urology. He retired from OBGYN practice and came back from 2004-2019 to diagnosis and treat Tick-borne illness, especially Lyme, both early and late. He has treated over 5000 Lyme afflicted patients. Attended ILADS conferences since 2004, Preceptorships with Drs. Horowitz and Jemsek. During 2017 to 2019 he served as President of the ILADS Educational Foundation responsible for organizing meetings, physician education, and funding research. Dr. Wilson is a blessing to the Lyme community and now serves our community as an advocate volunteering to triage patients and refer them to practicing Lyme literate physicians if necessary.
Cozette Moysa worked for the California State Department of Mental Health for 32 1/2 years as a registered pharmacist in a progressive state mental hospital facility which, in conjunction with the University of Southern California, pioneered a unique clinical pharmacy psychiatric program starting in 1977. This program ultimately resulted in the nationally recognized prestigious program of Board Certification for pharmacists specializing in psychiatry. She served as the state-wide labor advocate/representative for her profession, which included worker and patient concerns and later, as a broader representative for multiple healthcare disciplines. Cozette also earned her post grad from USC School of Pharmacy. She has been active in the Lyme disease community for over 10 years, recently authored a publication in a peer-reviewed medical journal, serves as an editor for Lyme-disease related transcripts and is currently working on The Disulfiram Papers, a review of the disulfiram medical literature of the past 7 decades, as determined to be relevant to its potential treatment for Lyme disease.
What We Do
Texas Lyme Alliance, founded in 2020, is a science based non profit whose mission is to advocate for congenital Lyme families for the right to better health and treatment for all.
Fund research to produce effective treatments that can treat our most vulnerable populations, kids and expectant mothers.
Network with the medical community throughout Texas to encourage more Lyme specialists be trained in Lyme disease complex and immune system dysregulation.
Attract new researchers to the field of tick-borne diseases.
Launch programs to educate families, doctors & medical schools, k-12 programs, and communities with up to date science.