Tag Archives: ME research

ME/CFS Research Priority Setting Partnership steering group recruitment

The ME/CFS Priority Setting Partnership recruitment   The ME/CFS Priority Setting Partnership aims to identify the top ten research priorities to influence research funding in the future. Applications to join the Steering Group are open now, and will close on … Continue reading

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Covid-19 among ME/CFS patients: take part in a research study

Research on Covid-19 among ME/CFS patients   The European ME Alliance (EMEA) invites people to take part in a study to find out whether: ME/CFS patients more often get infected with COVID-19 than other people? people with ME/CFS have other … Continue reading

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Understanding the role of the GP in caring for patients with ME/CFS – volunteers needed

Understanding the role of the GP in caring for patients with ME/CFS – volunteers needed   Telephone interviews A 3rd year medical student at Cardiff University would like to interview 10-20 people about their experience with ME/CFS, either as a … Continue reading

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AfME invites PhD proposals for biomedical research pilot projects

Action for ME blog post, 10 Oct 2017: Call for biomedical PhD research proposals now open Action for M.E. is inviting PhD proposals for high-quality biomedical research pilot projects that will address the biology of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E.)/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). … Continue reading

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Twins needed for ME/CFS research

National ME/FM Action Network announcement: A senior Canadian researcher has been looking for genetic factors in people with ME/CFS for several years. His studies have already yielded promising results. The next stage of his study involves looking at identical twins … Continue reading

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Which countries conduct ME/CFS research?

Phoenix rising forum post, by HIP, January 2016: Why so little ME/CFS research from France and Germany? There seems to be little ME/CFS research done in France and Germany, relative to their overall scientific output. Why is this? Using a … Continue reading

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Claims of ‘fear avoidance’ in ME are misleading

Following the publication of the latest PACE trail paper in the Lancet on 13th January,  there has been a flurry of media reports, many of which promote the findings as good news. Other articles counter the claims saying: people with ME are … Continue reading

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