Tag Archives: Dr Dane B Cook

Neural consequences of PEM in ME/CFS

Research abstract: Highlights: Acute exercise affects symptoms, cognitive performance and brain function in ME/CFS. Symptom provocation by exercise is a useful model to study post-exertion malaise. Objective neurophysiological evidence of the phenomenon of post-exertion malaise. Post exertion malaise is one … Continue reading

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Deciphering PEM video lecture

Post-Exertion Malaise: The Intersection of Biology and Behavior A video lecture from SolveCFS,  Published on Nov 21, 2015 Dr. Dane B. Cook is the Co-Director of the Exercise Psychology laboratory at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Director of the Marsh … Continue reading

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Webinar on Post-exertional malaise, Dr Dane Cook, 19 Nov 2015

On Nov. 19 2015, the Solve ME/CFS Initiative will hold a webinar with Dr Dane B. Cook. Dr Cook is the Co-Director of the Exercise Psychology laboratory at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Director of the Marsh Center for Research in … Continue reading

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Solve ME/CFS 2014 webinar initiative

Beginning in July the Solve ME/CFS Initiative (SMCI) will be bringing you a free, monthly webinar series. Sign up to participate live or watch them on YouTube a few days later. Jul 31  –  Research Institute without walls, by Suzanne … Continue reading

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