IACFS/ME 2022 Virtual Medical and Scientific Conference
July 27 - 30, 2022
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This is IACFS/ME's 15th Medical/ Scientific Conference. Our exciting, informative program includes:
- Workshops covering research- and clinic-oriented topics
- Oral presentations of unpublished, peer-reviewed research
- Poster presentations of unpublished, peer-reviewed research
- Special Session - Provocative maneuvers: methods to induce symptomatic features of ME/CFS
- Clinical Cases interactive session
- Keynote Speaker: Dr. Akiko Iwasaki (Yale University, USA)
- Plenary Session Speaker: Dr. David Systrom (Harvard Medical School, USA)
- Special Speaker: Lauren Stiles, JD (Dysautonomia International/ Stony Brook University, USA)
- Awards Ceremony: Honoring Staci Stevens, MA, and celebrating promising ME/CFS researchers
The conference will focus on the biomedical, behavioral, and public health aspects of ME/CFS and associated comorbidities. A portion of the meeting will also be devoted to COVID-19 and its relevance to ME/CFS research and clinical care.
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Attendees at IACFS/ME conferences are primarily biomedical and behavioral professionals, including clinicians, researchers, and educators. We especially encourage participation by professionals from outside the United States. People affected by ME/CFS and their supporters are also welcomed. Anyone interested in ME/CFS, fibromyalgia, related conditions (e.g. mass cell activation syndrome, dysautonomia), COVID-19, and sequelae of COVID-19 (e.g. long COVID) is invited to participate.
IACFS/ME Members received discounted registration fees: considering joining us today for this and other benefits! For a taste of our meetings, see our 2021 Virtual Conference Summaries and Past Conference Programs.
No Continuing Medical Education Credits for Video Recording
Please note that the conference is only accredited for continuing education credits when viewed live. No CME/ CEUs are available for the video recording.
Funding for this conference was also made possible in part by Grant# 1R13NS115399-01 from the National Institute for Neurological Disorders and Stroke, National Institutes of Health (NIH). The views expressed in written conference materials and publications or