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Discovery Forum 2017 Videos

Friday 22 December 2017

 

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Discovery Forum 2017: Presentation of Dr. Vicky Whittemore, NIH

SolveCFS
Published on 20 Dec 2017

Solve ME/CFS Initiative’s 2nd Annual Discovery Forum, held on October 14th in Washington DC, brings together leaders from across industry, academia, federal agencies, and biotech companies to tackle the most pressing issues confronting ME/CFS today. This recording is the full presentation of Dr. Vicky Whittemore, program director at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke at the National Institutes of Health.

 

Discovery Forum 2017: An Interview with Dr. Maureen Hanson

SolveCFS
Published on 20 Dec 2017

Solve ME/CFS Initiative’s 2nd Annual Discovery Forum, held on October 14th in Washington DC, brings together leaders from across industry, academia, federal agencies, and biotech companies to tackle the most pressing issues confronting ME/CFS today. In this exclusive interview, Dr. Zaher Nahle discusses ME/CFS science and policy with Dr. Maureen Hanson, founder and director of the Center for Enervating Neuroimmune Disease at Cornell University and member of the Solve ME/CFS Initiative’s Research Advisory Council.

 

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