Public Talk by Dr Øystein Fluge and Bergen Team


Solving Complex Disease With High-Quality Biomedical Research and International Collaboration


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We are pleased to announce that Dr Øystein Fluge and his team from Haukeland University Hospital in Bergen, Norway, will be giving a public lecture in Norwich on 26th January 2017.

Professor Simon Carding of University of East Anglia/Institute of Food Research will also be speaking.
Professor Carding is leading a team of ME researchers in Norwich - click here

The lecture will take place at The Assembly House, Norwich beginning at 18.30.

Dr Ingrid Rekeland and Kari Sørland from Haukeland University Hospital will also be present and presenting.

After the lectures a panel discussion will be held and questions can be accepted from the audience.

This is a wonderful chance to hear some of the top researchers of ME in the world speaking of the work being carried out in Bergen, Norway and Norwich, UK.

Refreshments will be available.
The agenda is here -


The Assembly House is in the centre of Norwich, opposite the Millennium Library, and with good car parking possibilities and public transport links.
Here is the map reference - click here

The event is free but registration is required so please contact us.
If you would like to reserve a place then please use the contact form to request places or email to info@investinme.org with subject title Dr Øystein Fluge Public Talk.


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See also Institute of Food Research article - http://www.ifr.ac.uk/news/events/2017/01/mecfs-biomedical-research/


Further Reading

1. Antibodies to ß adrenergic and muscarinic cholinergic receptors in patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

2. Investing in ME Research

3. Haukeland Phase II rituximab clinical trial

4. ME/CFS – Through The Eyes of a Young Researcher

5. IiME Announce New Target for B-Cell PhD Studentship

6. IIMEC12 and BRMEC7

7. The IiME Proposal for a Centre of Excellence for ME

8. The European ME Research Group



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