Here is a very informative video about ME/CFS produced by ‘ME/CFS Health’. Ketra (who created this documentary) is a Kiwi from Dunedin New Zealand.
Video One – Dr Ros Vallings
Video Two – Q & A Time – Dr Ros Vallings and Professor Warren Tate.
Professor Warren Tate spoke at the ANZMES Annual General Meeting, which was held on 11th of November 2017. Professor Tate updated everyone on his current research that he is undertaking into ME/CFS which show some very promising results linking his research very closely with other research that is being carried out overseas. Professor Tate is recognized internationally for his work into ME/CFS and was a guest speaker at the 12th Invest in ME Research International ME Conference in London earlier this year.
For more information about this event please click on the link below.
ANZMES has made this PDF version available to those who wish to download for their own use.12th IACFSME CONFERENCE 2016 PDF
We are very happy to bring Dr Ros Vallings Report on the Invest in ME Conference which was held in London on the 1st and 2nd of June 2016. Please click on the link below to view.
The 10th Invest in ME International ME conference was held on the 29th of May this year in London with speakers.
Dr. Ian Gibson – Chair
Professor Ian Charles (Keynote Speech) Solving ME: What a Research Park Has to Offer in Resolving a Chronic Disease
Professor Mady Hornig Markers of Immunity and Metabolism in ME/CFS
Professor Jonas Bergquist Proteomics in ME/CFS
Dr. Luis Nacul Incidence and Prevalence of ME
Dr. Amolak Bansal Diagnosis and Differential Diagnosis: Combining clinic and research
Professor Sonya Marshall-Gradisnik, Dr Don Staines (To be confirmed) Update from National Centre for Neuroimmunology and Emerging Diseases – NCNED
IiME Projects Student Researchers: The Next Generation
Dr. Jo Cambridge B-cell biology and ME/CFS
Dr. Neil Harrison Immune-Brain Communication and Relationship to Inflammation
Dr. John Chia ME and Chronic Enterovirus Infection: An Update on pathogenesis.
Dr. Claire Hutchinson Biomarkers for ME: Visual Processing and ME/CFS
Professor Betsy Keller Molecular markers before/after exercise /Activity guidelines to avoid symptom flares
Dr. Oystein Fluge, Professor Olav Mella Multi-centre Rituximab Clinical Trial for ME/CFS
Please see Dr Vallings Report from the Conference below.