Community Symposium Summaries Now Published

Community Symposium Summaries Now Published

As you have probably heard by now, our recent Community Symposium on the Molecular Basis of ME/CFS at Stanford University was a huge hit! You can now read about the details in two pieces published by Raeka Aiyar, who emceed the symposium:

  • A high-level summary article, originally published on the Stanford School of Medicine Scope blog.
  • A detailed Storify post telling the story of the symposium, in an illustrative, easy-to-read format that combines photos, social media highlights, links, and useful resources for those who want to dig deeper.

If you’re still hungry for more, check out the full YouTube video of the symposium. Also, please read Dr. Davis’ heartfelt welcome message to attendees.  Thank you once again to all those who participated, either at Stanford or virtually, to make this an event to remember!
The video will be released on the OMF YouTube Channel soon. The event DVD’s can be ordered here.

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