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Columbia University Irving Medical Center: Participate in the creation of a mobile app for those with ME through an online survey

Who: Doctors from Columbia Medical center are interested in creating a mobile app called “my ME/CFS” for those with Myalgic ...

Apply to Attend the NIH Conference with a Scholarship from #MEAction!

#MEAction is currently accepting applications from medical students and practicing medical professionals to attend the National Institutes of Health meeting on myalgic ...

Neuroinflammation review by #MEAction research fellows

Though science may speed along a bit fast to 'catch' on audio, you can also listen to me read this ...

How Does ME Research Fare? Check Out these Piecharts.

Research scientist, Dr Mark Guthridge, PhD, from Melbourne Australia created this piechart to show that of these 13 diseases, people ...

Apply for Stanford Medicine X Conference as ePatient or Presenter – deadline Jan. 31st

Stanford University hosts an annual academic conference, Medicine X, every September to bring together community stakeholders, innovators and leaders in ...

Study Shows that Red Blood Cells are Stiffer in People with ME

Listen to the article:      Researchers have published a paper that shows various measures of deformability in the red blood cells of ...

2018 ME/CFS Research Summary

Commissioned and originally published by the Solve ME/CFS Initiative. Be sure to check out their interactive guide here. Follow Rochelle ...

Post-interferon fatigue study: a mixed bag

A study scheduled for our December research roundup entered the limelight yesterday due to an SMC campaign in the UK. The study ...

Journal Publishes Article about ME Biobank

Frontiers in Neurology, an open-access journal, published an article about the UK ME/CFS Biobank this week. This narrative paper describes the ...

Study Shows Red Blood Cells Less Deformable in ME Patients – Possible Biomarker

Written by Ronald W. Davis, PhD This paper documents that red blood cells are less deformable in ME/CFS patients compared to ...