Scientific Advisory Board

& Patient Advocacy Group

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Dr. Kenneth Liegner

Board Certified Internist

     Dr. Kenneth Liegner is a Board Certified Internist with additional training in Pathology and Critical Care Medicine, practicing in Pawling, New York.  He has been actively involved in diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease and related disorders since 1988.  He has published articles on Lyme disease in peer-reviewed scientific journals and has presented poster abstracts and talks at national and international conferences on Lyme disease and other tick-borne diseases.  He has cared for many persons seriously ill with chronic and neurologic Lyme disease.  His work has focused on the serious morbidity and (occasional) mortality that can eventuate from this aspect of the illness.  He has emphasized the urgent need for widespread clinical availability of improved methods of diagnostic testing and for development of improved methods of treatment for Lyme disease in all its stages.  He holds the first United States patent issued proposing application of acaricide to deer for area-wide control of deer-tick populations as a means of reducing the incidence of Lyme disease. He has authored

In the Crucible of Chronic Lyme Disease - Collected Writings & Associated Materials, a documentational history of the struggle to characterize the nature of Lyme disease in the late 20th and early 21st centuries, published November 2015 ( ).


He served two terms on the Board of Directors of The International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (, is on the Scientific Advisory Board of the Lyme Disease Association (, and is a member of the American Medical Association (, the Westchester County Medical Society (www,, the Medical Society of the State of New York ( and The American Association of Physicians and Surgeons (  He is on the staff of Northern Westchester Hospital Center in Mount Kisco (Northwell Health), New York and the Sharon Hospital in Sharon, Connecticut (HealthQuest).

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Daniel A. Kinderlehrer, M.D.

Internationally recognized physician

Daniel A. Kinderlehrer, M.D. is a nationally recognized physician with expertise in the fields of nutrition, allergy, environmental medicine, Lyme disease and the healing of mind-body-spirit as a unified whole. Dr. Kinderlehrer co-founded The New England Center for Holistic Medicine in Newbury MA, and has taught extensively, including practitioner training courses at the Omega Institute, The National Institute of Behavioral Medicine, The Omega Institute, and the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society.


He created and organized the Lyme Fundamentals course which is presented annually at the International Lyme and Associated Diseases conferences. He is the author of several review articles in medical journals and the Lyme Times.


His integrated medical practice in Denver, CO focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of tick-borne disease. Dr. Kinderlehrer is the author of Recovery From Lyme: The Integrative Medicine Guide to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Tick-Borne Illness, which will be released in 2020.

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Joseph Kulandai, MEngSc

Patient Advocacy Group

Joseph Kulandai is an entrepreneurial scientist and has been involved in a range of industries from brewing, developing new technologies in packaging and renewable plant sources as well as in franchising. He has been involved in the development of 3 patents owned by various organisations such as developing immune stimulants from yeast to one-way plastic beer kegs.

Previously, he was the Director of Business Development and IP and Commercialisation in Banana Fibre Industries and Ecokeg. He obtained his Microbiology degree (First Class Honours) and a Masters in Engineering Science from the University of Malaya in Malaysia.

Joseph became interested in Tick-borne infections (Lyme disease is not acknowledged in Australia) when his daughter became ill with a mysterious illness that no one was able to diagnose. As a researcher and scientist, he believes that the current research on tick-borne infections needs to be more targeted and focussed on a cure. He is the moderator of numerous Facebook forums focussed on Lyme. He believes all research should be focused on “Cure Lyme, Babesia and Bartonella Now” and this would the best way forward in helping everyone overcome this debilitating disease now. He is leading the Patient Advocacy Group of BioNeoMed and is determined to find a cure.