10 videos from UK CFS/ME Research Collaborative conference in September 2016, posted on You Tube by Action for ME, 11 October 2016
Part 1: Welcome by Professor Stephen Holgate
Researching a Syndrome: Findings from the UBC Complex Chronic Disease Study Group by Dr David Patrick (University of British Columbia).
Part 2: Researching a Syndrome: Findings from the UBC Complex Chronic Disease Study Group by Dr David Patrick (University of British Columbia)
Part 3: States, traits and diagnosed conditions: implications for the design of population-based studies of human health and disease by Professor George Davey Smith (University of Bristol)
Part 4: Professor Paul Little, Professor Tom Walley and M.E. patient Opal Webster-Philip discuss the challenges of gaining funding for M.E/CFS research:
Part 5: MRC-funded research project updates:
Part 6: Mapping global research funding over the last 10 years – a collaborative sponsored report by Sonya Chowdhury (Action for M.E.)
Part 7: Voxel-based morphometry shows reductions in brainstem white matter in ME/CFS, by Andreas Finkelmeyer (Newcastle University)
Immune-pain interaction following exercise in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, by Andrea Polli (Virge University)
Part 8: Paediatric CFS/ME, by Dr Esther Crawley (Bristol University)
Involving severe and very severely affected CFS patients and M.E. individuals in research – a clinician’s point of view, by Victoria Strassheim (Newcastle University).
Part 9: The role of autonomic function in exercise-induced endogenous analgesia: a case-control study in ME./CFS and healthy people, by Jessica Van Oosterwijck (University of Antwerp).
Part 10: Fatigue in Primary Sjogren’s Syndrome is associated with lower levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines, by Nadia Howard-Tripp (Newcastle University)