Represent #MEAction at the NIH Conference

The National Institutes of Health conference on myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) research is fast approaching on April 4th-5th in Bethesda, MD, and #MEAction will be hosting a table to represent our community at the conference.

We are looking for volunteers attending the conference who can help staff the table, which involves answering questions about #MEAction and ME, and handing out information. If you available to volunteer, please contact Jaime Seltzer directly at: [email protected].

We are looking for volunteers to staff the #MEAction table for these 3-hour slots:

April 4

7:30am – 9am (help with setup)

9 am – 12pm

12pm – 3pm

3pm – 6pm

April 5

9am — 12pm

12pm — 3pm

3pm — 6pm

6pm — 6:30pm (help with cleanup)

The goal of the NIH conference on ME is to showcase high-quality studies to better understand the state of the science of ME, and to help drive the field forward by identifying gaps and opportunities. Read more.

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