Attend the 3rd Annual Community Symposium on Molecular Basis of ME/CFS – Register to Attend or Watch

Stanford University is holding its 3rd Annual Community Symposium on the Molecular Basis of ME/CFS at Stanford University on Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019, sponsored by the Open Medicine Foundation.

Patients, caregivers and the community are encouraged to join the community symposium to learn about the most current research, and to meet the scientists and clinicians in person. Registration closes on Aug. 26. 

 If you are unable to attend the conference in-person, register here to watch the livestream.

Researchers and clinicians will be meeting for a 2-day conference prior to the symposium, and then briefly presenting their research with the community at the community symposium on Saturday, which includes breakfast, lunch and a reception. Participating speakers, include:

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