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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 ...

Researchers, Clinicians and Patients: Submit a Manuscript on ME to WORK Journal

Researchers, patients and clinicians are invited to submit a manuscript for consideration in a special issue of WORK: A Journal of ...

#MEAction Seeks Applicants for Blue Ribbon Fellowship at Bateman Horne Center

Bateman Horne center is opening applications for the #MEAction Blue Ribbon Fellowship. Announcing clinical clerkship opportunity for 4th-year medical students, med-peds, ...

Announcing #MEAction’s Blue Ribbon Fellow: Investigating the Role of Folate in ME

The #MEAction Blue Ribbon Fellowship is excited to announce that medical student, Christopher Larrimore of Nova Southeastern University, has been ...

The ME/CFS Harvard Collaboration Holds its First Symposium

 By Christopher Armstrong, PhD, OMF Science Liaison  When the Harvard ME/CFS Collaborative at Harvard Affiliated Hospitals was initiated last year with ...

Introducing #MEAction’s 2019 ME Research Summary

We are thrilled to announce the release of our 2019 research summary reviewing the most current and important research into myalgic ...

$1M Biobank Project for Australia

A charitable trust, the Mason Foundation, is asking researchers to submit proposals for a biobank and patient registry as well ...

Australian Government Announces $3M for ME/CFS Research

Australia’s Health Minister Greg Hunt has announced $3 million for research into ME/CFS. Minister Hunt notes that “funding will be provided ...

Meta-Analysis Shows Blunted Heart Rate Contributes to Activity Intolerance in People with ME

The Workwell Foundation issued the press release below about its meta-analysis of 20 years of studies that shows "overwhelming evidence" of chronotropic incompetence ...

Get involved: support science and advocacy this April

April is going to be an incredibly exciting month for advocacy and for research into ME! The NIH is hosting a ...