10th International Biomedical Research into ME Colloquium 2019
The Invest in ME Research Biomedical Research into ME Colloquium 9 (#BRMEC9) will take place in London over two days from 29th - 30th May 2019.
The ninth Colloquium aims to increase international collaboration in research into ME.
We again have representation from most of the main biomedical research initiatives now occurring throughout the world and also participation from USA's Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and National Institutes of Health (NIH). We supplement this with expertise from outside the field of ME to enable more opportunities to be established to further research.
The Invest in ME Research Colloquiums have spawned a number of positive initiatives over the years and are the most successful research meetings for forming new research initiatives for ME with multiple collaborative initiatives being formed across continents.
The research Colloquium in London will precede the IIMEC14 annual public international biomedical research conference on 31st May 2019. The conference is a full day event from 09.00 to 17.30.
The agenda section below will contain the conference schedule.
Participation in BRMEC* Events
If you are a biomedical researcher and are interested in attending the BRMEC* Colloquiums then please use our contact form to discuss this.
Attendance is by invitation only and decided by the charity based on progressing our goals of encouraging international collaboration in investigating this disease leading to discovery of aetiology and/or deveoplemnt of effective treatments.
We also invite participation from outside the field of ME where it may assist existing researchers.
Attending the Colloquium
Largest ME Research Colloquium
The Colloquium sees the largest gathering of the world's biomedical researchers for ME in London.
World's Top Researchers
The most relevant biomedical research intitiatives plus other research disciplines sharing knowledge
Developing Foundations for Research
Unique networking between researchers, clinicians and students
BRMEC9 Colloquium Agenda 2019
The Colloquium is by invite only from the charity. Registration will be possible from 8.00 and the Colloquium begins at 08.50 on Wednesday 29st May 2019.
Times and presentations are subject to change and Invest in ME Research accept no responsibility for cancellations, changes to presentations, changes to sequences of presentations or for the timings.
The agenda is available at the link below.
Our Past Colloquiums
Past BRMEC Colloquiums
The Invest in ME Research public Conferences began in 2006 – providing a platform for biomedical research into ME and to allow
researchers, clinicians and patients to come together and share experiences and knowledge
In 2011 the charity decided to create a forum for researchers – a place where international researchers could meet and discuss and collaborate.
This formed our Biomedical Research into ME Colloquium – bringing together the best biomedical research from around the world and facilitate the sharing of knowledge and develop ideas around biomedical research into ME - always in the heart of London.
This would create a family of international researchers who could work together for the benfir of people with ME.
The Colloquiums continue to grow in size every year and now regularly attract researchers from fifteen countries and now sees the largest gathering of the world's biomedical researchers for ME in London with excellent opportunities for networking amongst peers.
Past Colloquiums can be seen via the link below.read more
Invest in ME Research Activity - Mainstreaming Research into ME
The charity does not only arrange and host research Colloquiums and Conferences.
Use our website references in the sitemap below to view other work performed by Invest in ME Research.
IIMER are facilitating a strategy of biomedical research into ME.
The charity is funding important high-quality research projects for ME in the UK with international collaboration.
Currently the main hub of research is at Quadram Institute Bioscience and University of East Anglia ) in the Norwich Research Park and we have funded research at UCL. These projects involve a gut microbiota project in Norwich and B cell research in London.
In addition to the International ME Conference the charity also organises an annual
International Research Colloquium which attracts researchers from around the world in
order to discuss experiences and open up collaborations in order to find answers for this disease.
The charity has also initiated the Thinking the Future network for young/early career researchers and organises an annual conference to bring new talent into the field.
Centre of Excellence for ME
Translational biomedical research - an iterative feedback of information between the basic and clinical research domains in order to accelerate knowledge translation from lab to bedside and back to lab again - allows translation of findings in basic research more quickly and efficiently into medical practice to produce more meaningful health outcomes and facilitate the sharing of repositories and research-based facilities and laboratories. This is the model IiMER are attempting to promote in the development of a UL/European Centre of Excellence for ME based in Norwich.
Invest in ME Research is one of the founder members of the European ME Alliance (EMEA) – a grouping of charities and patient organisations working together across Europe. Now fifteen European countries collaborating.
In order to expedite research and clinical expertise for ME the charity has initiated the European ME Clinicians Council and the European ME Research Group to bring together the best European to work together and form credible and productive biomedical research strategies which will provide the best and quickest route for possible treatment(s)/cure(s) for this disease.
Let's Do It For ME
Let's do it for ME! is a patient-driven campaign to raise awareness and vital funds for a UK centre of excellence for translational biomedical ME research, clinical assessment, diagnosis and treatment for patients, training and information for healthcare staff, based around the Norwich Research Park in the UK and aiming to work collaboratively with international biomedical researchers.
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