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$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 ...

Enrolling: Take an online survey to give feedback on a new app for ME

Listen to the article:  Who: Doctors from Columbia Medical center are interested in creating a mobile app called “my ME/CFS” for ...

Extended deadline – 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 ...