ME/CFS Early Career Investigators Network
A resource to build and support an active network of ME/CFS Early Career Investigators
Solve M.E. launches fourth cycle of the Ramsay Award Program.Read More
The NIH-funded ME/CFS Data Management and Coordinating Center recently launched a new website to help build and support a network of early career ME/CFS investigators.Read More
This workshop will provide an opportunity for early career ME/CFS researchers to present their scientific research, receive guidance and advice on grant writing from NIH staff, and network with other early career and more senior researchers.
This meeting will bring together leading ME/CFS researchers and is open to the public.
This conference will provide an international forum where research into ME can be discussed, ideas can be generated, and a network built to allow opportunities for those young or early career researchers who are already involved in research into ME or involved in another research area which may be of relevance to understanding ME.
The NIH is the nation's medical research agency and the world's largest public funder of biomedical research.
The NIH has funding available to support scientific investigators across career stages. More information on NIH research training and career development programs can be found here.
What is ME/CFS?
Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), also referred to as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), is a multi-system disease that causes dysfunction of the neurological, immune, endocrine, and energy metabolism systems.