Research Centres

NCNED is a world class research facility focusing on the etiology and patho-mechanisms of ME/CFS. Their research is focused towards identifying bio-markers of ME/CFS for translation into the clinical environment. See their publications.

“Chronic Fatigue Syndrome” studies listed on this online registry of clinical trials being undertaken in Australia, New Zealand and elsewhere.

International research

The IACFS/ME is a non-profit international organization geared towards the professional community. The mission of the IACFS/ME is to promote, stimulate and coordinate the exchange of ideas related to CFS, ME and fibromyalgia (FM) research, patient care and treatment.

Focusing on neuro-immune disease research, especially ME/CFS, collaborating with leading scientists and clinicians from around the globe.

ME Research UK commissions and funds biomedical investigation into the causes, consequences and treatment of ME/CFS.

Studying the roles that infection and the immune response play in the symptoms of patients suffering from chronic, unexplained diseases.

Investigating illnesses that are caused by acquired dysregulation of both the immune system and the nervous system, often resulting in life long disease and disability.

A Canadian charitable organization for the study and treatment of ME & CFS & related illnesses. The work of Dr Byron Hyde.

A non-profit organisation founded by Lucinda Bateman, M.D. in 2015.  It is led by Dr. Lucinda Bateman and Suzanne D. Vernon, Ph.D., who bring more than 40 years of combined experience and leadership to treating patients and advancing research in the areas of ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia.

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