UK Charity Invest in ME Research’s 12th Biomedical Research on ME Colloquium encourages biomedical research into ME and international collaboration amongst researchers.
The Colloquium will provide an update on research into ME including aspects of long covid research.
Quadram Institute scientists Professor Simon Carding, Dr Katharine Seton , Rik Haagmans and Dr Ernie Hsieh are taking part in the colloquium, including as part of the European ME Research Group.
Professor Simon Carding is chairing the two day colloquium, a closed research meeting, along with the public 15th Invest in ME Research International ME Research Conference, which is part of the Colloquium. The conference on 2 June welcomes researchers, clinicians, patients and carers from around the world.
Dr Katherine Seton is leading the European Early Career Researcher network at the Colloquium.