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Emerge Australia is proud to host this international research symposium on ME/CFS supported by funding from the Australian Government Department of Health.
You can download the full conference programme here.
We are excited to bring together an impressive line up of local and international speakers including:
Dr Ron Davis, Director of the Stanford Genome Technology Center and ME/CFS Scientific Advisory Board director of the Open Medicine Foundation, and Dr Luis Nacul, who leads the ME/CFS Biobank UK and CureME Team at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK.
Leaders in the field of ME/CFS research from Australia including scientists from the National Centre for Neuroimmunology and Emerging Diseases, Bio 21 in Melbourne, La Trobe University, the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and the ANU.
PLUS we’ve just confirmed Australian clinicians Dr Mark Donohoe & Dr Bruce Wauchope, and Dr Travis Craddock part of the Nova Southeastern University (NSU) research team led by Nancy Klimas, M.D.
Attendees will learn about the latest biomedical research findings and leave with an increased understanding of the widespread impact of the condition.
2019 ME/CFS INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM AGENDA*
12 – 15 March 2019 at Novotel Geelong, 10 – 14 Eastern Beach Rd, Geelong.
Please find a full agenda of the Symposium here.
12th March – Afternoon Registration & Welcome Reception
13th March – Day 1 Scientific programme
Topics: Mitochondrial function and signalling – Immunology – Neuroimaging – Biobanking & Clinical Data
14th March – Day 2 Scientific programme & Symposium Dinner
Topics: Research Innovation, Big Data & Bioinformatics – Genomics and Proteomics – Metabolomics & Transcriptomics – Methodology, Computer Interaction and Collaboration
15th March – Day 3 Clinical Focus & Open Day including a Symposia Summary
Sessions: Clinical Experience, Day 1 & 2 Symposia Report Back, Patient & Researcher Workshop