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The ISEAI 2023 Mold Symposium

The Mold Symposium was held virtually on November 10-11, 2023. The event focused on the clinical practice of treating complex patients affected by mold and mycotoxin exposures: testing, improving outcomes, assessing and reducing exposures, troubleshooting, neuropsychiatric impacts, and more. The event was moderated by ISEAI board and member physicians and ISEAI’s indoor environmental professionals.

Now available for individual sale! Board Member JW Biava’s presentation “Urinary Mycotoxin Testing: Know Your Tools Series”

urinary mycotixins lecture

The International Society for Environmentally Acquired Illness is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit. We offer membership and educational conferences for a diverse group of licensed professionals, plus medical students and the general public.

Need to know:

  • Discounted ISEAI Member Pricing: Members receive a discount on conference recordings. Join ISEAI today for discounts!
  • VIP Extended Live Question & Answer session: Available as an addon.
Recording Package Pricing Notes
Full Member $449
Non Member $599 Apply as a professional member for discount! 
Student $99 Available for medical students (and similar).
VIP Q&A $49 Addon. Special session Sunday November 12th.

Note: Patients and other interested non-clinician members of the public may access replays of key 2023 conference talks through ISEAI’s private Facebook group for $99/year (2022 event also included). Join here.

Please email conference@iseai.org for any questions. 

Speakers & Panelists

Robert Naviaux, MD, PhD
Robert Naviaux, MD, PhDKeynote
Physician-Scientist; Mitochondrial function
Dale Bredesen, MD
Dale Bredesen, MDKeynote
Neuroscientist; Mold, Neurotoxicity and Cognitive Decline
Mark Su, MD, FAAFP
Mark Su, MD, FAAFP
ISEAI Board President
Mary Ackerley, MD
Mary Ackerley, MD
ISEAI Co-Founder & Past President
Holistic Psychiatrist
Jill Carnahan, MD
Jill Carnahan, MD
ISEAI Board Member
Mold & Functional Medicine; Panelist
Mark Filidei, DO
Mark Filidei, DO
ISEAI Member; Internal Medicine
Georgina Hale, MD
Georgina Hale, MD
ISEAI Board Member; Infectious Disease
Todd Maderis, ND
Todd Maderis, ND
ISEAI Board Member; Conference Committee; Pathophysiology
Andrew Maxwell, MD
Andrew Maxwell, MD
Cardiologist; POTS, Dysautonomia
Kelly McCann, MD
Kelly McCann, MD
ISEAI Board Member, Conference Chair, Toxicants & Environmental Medicine
Eric Gordon, MD
Eric Gordon, MD
ISEAI Member; Medical Research and Consulting Expert in Chronic Illness
Nafysa Parpia, ND
Nafysa Parpia, ND
ISEAI Board Member; Conference Committee; Detoxification
Ann Hathaway, MD
Ann Hathaway, MD
Precision Medicine for Cognitive Care; ISEAI Member; Cognitive Decline Panel
Kat Toups, MD
Kat Toups, MD
Psychiatrist; ISEAI Member; Cognitive Decline Panel
Kellyn Milani, ND
Kellyn Milani, ND
ISEAI Board Secretary; Panelist
Scott Rattigan, JD
Scott Rattigan, JD
Functional Lawyer

Indoor Environmental Professional Speakers & Panelists

Michael Schrantz, CIEC, CMI
Michael Schrantz, CIEC, CMI
ISEAI Treasurer & ISEAI Indoor Environmental Professional Committee Chair
Larry Schwartz, BSME, MBA, CIEC
Larry Schwartz, BSME, MBA, CIEC
ISEAI Indoor Environmental Professional Committee Vice Chair
JW Biava
JW Biava
ISEAI Indoor Environmental Professional Committee & Laboratory Director
Bill Weber, GC, CR, CIEC, CMRS
Bill Weber, GC, CR, CIEC, CMRS
ISEAI Indoor Environmental Professional Committee & Forensic Building Consultant
Tim Taylor, PMP, MAC
Tim Taylor, PMP, MAC
ISEAI Indoor Environmental Professional Committee & Indoor Environmental Assessor

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:

Welcome from ISEAI Board President & Conference Chair

Member Invocation

The Pathophysiology of Mold Illness
Todd Maderis, ND

Detoxification in the Mold Patient
Pre-Tox, Preparing the Body for Detoxification
Nafysa Parpia, ND

Anti-Fungal Therapy: Is There a Place for it in Mold Illness?
Georgina Hale, MD

Small Intestinal Bacterial and Fungal Overgrowth: Everything You Need to Know!
Jill Carnahan, MD

Management of POTS in the Mold Patient
Andrew Maxwell, MD

Expanding your Impact Legally: How to Safely Practice Telemedicine and Reach More Patients the Right Way
Scott Rattigan, JD

Updates from the Lab on the Cell Danger Response and the Mitochondrial Road to Recovery from Chronic Illness
Robert Naviaux, MD
Keynote

Applications of the Cell Danger Response and Mitochondrial Road to Recovery in Clinical Practice
Nafysa Parpia, ND & Eric Gordon, MD

Urinary Mycotoxin Testing: Evidence and Practice
Part 1: Laboratory Factors and their Impact on Clinical Validity
JW Biava

Part 2: Issues in Clinical Interpretation
Mark Filidei, DO

Part 3: Urinary Mycotoxin Testing – Applications in Clinical Practice
ISEAI Clinician Panel

Evaluation & Treatment of the Patient’s Environment
Indoor Air – How Clean is Clean Enough?
Bill Weber, CIEC, CMRS

Beyond Mold – Understanding the Next Most Common Contributors to Indoor Air Contamination
Tim Taylor, PMP, MAC

Unpacking Neuropsychiatric Impacts
Neuropsychiatric Effects of Mast Cell Activation & Clinical Applications of Oxytocin in the Mold Patient

Mary Ackerley, MD
with Kelly McCann, MD

Cognitive Decline: How Mycotoxins are Making Alzheimer’s Optional
Dale Bredesen, MD
Keynote

Cognitive Decline Investigators’ Panel
Kat Toups, MD & Ann Hathaway, MD

VIP Q&A Session – Separate Ticket

Extended session has been added this year because 10 minutes of Q&A with our favorite speakers just isn’t enough! Live extended Q&A for registrants with the VIP Q&A ticket. Register on an early bird member ticket for complimentary access. Q&A speakers to be announced, but you don’t want to miss out on this unique opportunity!

“Hands down the best conference I have attended in 20 years.”

“Inspiration to carry on, and clinical insights I will use with my patients on Monday.”

“Cutting-edge, can’t-miss conference for those of us caring for complex, chronically ill patients.”

  • Dues support environmental illness education and research
  • Private Facebook group for Supporting Members

  • Exclusive access to replays of select conference talks 

  • Collaboration and community with fellow patients and families

  • Annual membership with optional renewal

ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR ENVIROMENTALLY ACQUIRED ILLNESS

ISEAI is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization co-founded by 350+ clinician members to raise awareness about the environmental causes of complex chronic illness and to advance the care of patients through clinical practice, education and research.
Our vision is a world where a wide range of clinicians have the knowledge and skills to diagnose and treat the root causes of debilitating complex chronic and inflammatory illnesses.

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