ME Conferences & Seminars

A Young Hero

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  From ME-foreldrene.  The ME Parents Group.   Truls, a young boy of 12 years, has ME. Because of his ME, Truls is rarely able to leave home.  But when his doctor Kristian Sommerfelt asked for his help in educating medical students, Truls didn’t hesitate at all. He agreed to join Sommerfelt’s lecture. «We need more […]

Trial By Error: My Brief Encounter With Professor Crawley

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  By David Tuller, DrPH.   At noon last Friday, at the University of Exeter’s Mood Disorders Centre, Professor Esther Crawley gave a talk called “What is new in paediatric CFS/ME research.” When I saw a notice about the event the day before, I felt it might be my one chance to ask her directly […]

13th Invest In ME Research International ME Conference

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  IIMEC13 This annual international, CPD accredited research conference provides a platform for the latest and most promising biomedical research into ME. IIMEC13 will be the thirteenth conference and regularly attracts researchers, clinicians, doctors, nurses, occupational therapists, healthcare professionals and patient groups twenty countries from around the world. The conference is a full day event […]

Stanford Medicine X Ignite Talk

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    By Ryan Prior in rtprior.com.   Below is the text of a speech I delivered on the main stage of Stanford Medicine X on September 16, 2017. Giving the speech was a highlight of 2017, and I used the occasion to talk personally about my disease and how it affects my outlook on […]

Molecular Underpinnings Of ME/CFS Explored At The Open Medicine Foundation Symposium

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  By Cort Johnson in Health Rising.   “This is not a disease that can be solved by one person. It needs a community, and lots of expertise. I will work with anybody to do this.” Ron Davis The Working Group was impressive. Davis had Bob Naviaux to his left and Maureen Hanson next to him […]

Antibodies To Adrenergic And Muscarinic Receptors In ME/CFS

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  Latest news During the Community Symposium on the molecular basis of ME/CFS (R) two different groups of researchers reported on the increased level of antibodies to beta adrenergic and muscarinic receptors in sera from ME/CFS patients vs healthy controls (Figure 1). These new data have been collected independently by Alan Light (University of Utah) and Jonas Bergquist (Uppsala […]

The First Community Symposium On The Molecular Basis Of ME/CFS

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    From storify.com.   On August 12, 2017, the Community Symposium on the Molecular Basis of ME/CFS (myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome) convened ~300 researchers, clinicians, patients, caregivers, families, and advocates at Stanford University – and nearly 3000 more via live-stream. Here’s what happened.   There is a debilitating, mysterious disease out there that affects […]

OMF Symposium To Provide First Look At Metabolomic / Immune Results In ME/CFS

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    By Cort Johnson in Health Rising.   The Real Action – The Working Group The Open Medicine Foundation’s “Community Symposium on the Molecular Basis of ME/CFS” is coming up next week. The Symposium follows a two-day workshop – an ME/CFS research jam session that dozens of researchers and MD’s will participate in. Davis […]

Viruses And CFS: Statements By Ron Davis And Bob Naviaux

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    From Open Medicine Foundation.   Ron Davis: There is a great deal of evidence that a variety of viruses can initiate ME/CFS, but it is less clear that a virus is involved in sustaining the disease. However, some patients may have a continuous problem with viruses, especially those viruses we always carry like […]

New Members Of The European ME Alliance

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  From the European ME Alliance Website.   Recently the European ME Alliance met in London for its 2017 Annual General Meeting. The events took place following the Invest in ME Research Conference week consisting of research Colloquium and Conference events. Amongst the other business at the meeting was the acceptance of applications from two […]

Treating Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS): The IACFS/ME Conference Overviews Part V

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    By Cort Johnson in Health Rising.   Treatments are, of course, where the rubber meets the road. The Oct 2016 conference featured a different chemotherapy/autoimmune drug that appears to be helping, a drug that helped one ME/CFS/POTS patient to fully recover, how exercise tests may be uncovering drug combinations to prevent PEM, a […]

ME/CFS Talks Held In Norwich

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From The Institute of Food Research.   An event held in Norwich in January 2017 gave the public a chance to hear about some of the biomedical research being undertaken on the debilitating condition ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis). The event was hosted by IFR and Invest in ME Research, a charity promoting biomedical research and education into […]

Biomedical Research Into ME Colloquium 7 – 31st May – 1st June 2017

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  Our international conferences and research colloquiums are annual events which are designed to bring together researchers, clinicians, patient groups and patients/carers in order to make progress in research into ME. All conferences have been held in London and have been CPD-accredited. Our conference trailer below was made to celebrate our tenth year as a […]

Dr Øystein Fluge To Give Public Talk In Norwich

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  From Invest in ME Research.   We are pleased to announce that Dr Øystein Fluge and his team from Haukeland University Hospital in Bergen, Norway, will be giving a public lecture in Norwich on 26th January 2017. The lecture will take place at The Assembly House, Norwich beginning at 18.30. More details will be […]

The IACFS/ME 2016 Conference Overviews #1: Energy And Exercise To The Fore

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  By Cort Johnson in Health Rising.   The wind blew like mad all four days of the conference. Maybe those are winds of change… A sense of excitement and hope I hadn’t seen before pervaded this conference.  More than anything else, this was a conference of possible beginnings. Fields of inquiry such as metabolomics are being […]

“Biomarker Research Advances In ‘Chronic Fatigue Syndrome’ ”

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  by Miriam Tucker, 8th November 2016   According to Professor Anthony Komaroff, Professor of Medicine at Harvard, studies over the last decade point to the biological underpinnings of ME/CFS. At the biennial International Association for CFS/ME Conference in Fort Lauderdale (27th-30th October 2016), more than 100 papers were presented that further contribute to the […]

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