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- Online talk: ME/CFS and long Covid in children & young people with Dr Nigel Speight, 24 Sep 2020
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- IACFS/ME 2020 virtual conference videos & reports
Tag Archives: Medical Research Council
£3.2 million for new DecodeME DNA study The ME/CFS Biomedical Partnership has received funding to begin the DecodeME DNA study. This will be a very large study to analyse DNA from the saliva of people with ME/CFS to see … Continue reading
ME/CFS Biomedical Partnership: Genetics and Biomarkers This is the working title for a partnership of researchers, including Professor Chris Ponting of the UK CMRC, and Dr Luis Nacul of the Cure ME UK ME/CFS Biobank (UKMEB) team and ME/CFS patients, carers and public. Early … Continue reading
UK House of Commons Written Questions and Answers: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: research: Written question – 221619, & 221620. 22 February 2019. Question 1: Asked by Sharon Hodgson (MP Washington & Sunderland) 14 February 2019 To ask the Secretary of … Continue reading
Virology blog post, by David Tuller, DrPH, 28 August 2018: Trial By Error: Professor Edwards’ Letter to MRC’s Fiona Watt Jonathan Edwards, an emeritus professor of medicine at University College London, recently sent a letter to Professor Fiona Watt, executive … Continue reading
MRC supports the PACE trial & promotes data sharing On 27th August 2018 the Medical Research Council (MRC) responded to the online article in the Times, which reported the call for a review of the PACE trial. The following day … Continue reading
ME Research UK article, 29 September 2016: ME/CFS research funding: an overview of activity by major institutional funders included on the Dimensions database: A report into the funding of ME/CFS by major institutional funders over the past decade was unveiled … Continue reading
Response from PLOS One editors to requests for more information about the PACE trial: Several readers have raised concerns regarding the analyses reported in this article. We are also aware that there have been requests for the data from this … Continue reading
David Tuller continues his analysis of research about treatments for CFS with an examination of the FINE trial. A summary has been compiled by MEAction. Virology blog: Trial By Error, Continued: Why has the PACE Study’s “Sister Trial”been “Disappeared” and Forgotten? [9 … Continue reading
26 November 2012 Lord Marland, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, has answered a House of Lords Question tabled by the Countess of Mar concerning the PACE trial. The Countess of Mar (Crossbench): To ask Her … Continue reading
Summaries of the current research projects funded by the MRC aimed at ‘Understanding the Mechanisms of CFS/ME’ have been added to the the section ‘MRC-funded research projects’ of the Medical Research Council’s CFS/ME page.