Wednesday, 2 October 2019

The Third Annual Community Symposium on the Molecular Basis of ME/CFS

The Third Annual Community Symposium on the Molecular Basis of ME/CFS, sponsored by the Open Medicine Foundation, took place on September 7, 2019 at Stanford University.

All of the individual talks are now available to watch on YouTube –


Individual talks – 

01 Ron Davis – Opening Remarks https://youtu.be/jWlJ0Clv6pw 

02 Linda Tannenbaum and Chris Armstrong – Welcome https://youtu.be/2GSKnDE0biw 

03 Janet Dafoe – Greetings https://youtu.be/mAnCWhEzNGg 

04 Ashley Haugen – Symposium Logistics https://youtu.be/kEnS_d7q0u4 

05 Raeka Aiyar – Revolutionizing Disease Research with Stem Cells https://youtu.be/gilWemHSI1k 

06 Robert Harrington – Video from the Stanford Chair of Medicine https://youtu.be/jMApmri1YDI 

07 Maureen Hanson – Thoughts and Data about ME/CFS https://youtu.be/2BZnL-ZKta4 

08 Alain Moreau – Let’s Talk About You and ME https://youtu.be/AY5yrva1zYY 

09 Oystein Fluge – Lessons from clinical trials in ME/CFS https://youtu.be/fGsqjx-N9yI 

10 Q & A Panel Discussion – Morning Speakers https://youtu.be/T0VhJw2Fh-c 

11 Ron Tompkins – OMF ME/CFS Collaboration at the Harvard Affiliated Hospitals https://youtu.be/hY6rpd4yf2M 

12 Jonas Bergquist – A short video update https://youtu.be/mmIKU1OQH58 

13 Juan Santiago – High-Resolution and High-Throughput Quantification of RBC Deformability https://youtu.be/LnG0TM88tes 

14 Mike Snyder – Big Data, Wearables, and Health https://youtu.be/YoccazReqgU 

15 Robert Phair – Metabolic Traps in ME/CFS https://youtu.be/d9oVHDh8rjk 

16 Ron Davis – What’s Next? https://youtu.be/YdR6ujHxloo 

17 Q & A Panel Discussion – Afternoon Speakers https://youtu.be/j5H8u4FXcHo 

18 Ron Davis – Closing Remarks https://youtu.be/1wvw-idPRSQ 

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