Maybe something we should email to our GPs……
Do you have a keen interest in world-leading translational biomedical research into one of the least understood and most misunderstood diseases? Can you visit Norwich on the evening of 23rd October? Then here is a great opportunity! This meeting is open to doctors and other healthcare professionals, scientists, students, patients/carers, friends, and anyone interested in the latest news of research into myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME).
Invest in ME (Research) have arranged for the Director of Translational Research in the Center for Infection and Immunity at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health in New York, USA, Dr. Mady Hornig, to attend a meeting at world-renowned Norwich Research Park on 23rd October to support the charity’s efforts in continuing to build on the current foundations of biomedical research into ME. The charity aims to establish a centre of excellence for ME, in collaboration with researchers leading in their respective fields nationally and internationally.
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