Donations Update for CofE B-cell/Rituximab Research

Finding Funding Facilitating FastrTracking Mainstreaming Research into ME

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A new update to our B-cell/rituximab projects being funded at UCL which brings the total raised so far for projects there to £510,000.

The difficult work in finding and facilitating high-quality biomedical research into ME has been accomplished by the charity and our supporters. Now we are consolidating the foundation of research at the UK Centre of Excellence for ME by attempting to increase the scope of research being performed and planned.

As we approach our seventh International Biomedical Research into ME Colloquium in London in May/June - now attracting researchers from the major research institutes around the world and the CDC and NIH and Norwegian Health Directorate - we are looking for increased collaboration between research teams. This has been one of the main themes for the charity and has already been developed with research partners with links between UK institutes and those in Europe USA.

Our dedicated microsite for that project with more details is available here.

Our mascot, Professor Ldifme, was created by our supporters and indicates the B-cell/rituximab total - posters by LDIFME's Jan Laverick.

Please help us.

Ways to help us are shown in the column at the right of our page.

The Quadram Institute is the name of the new centre for food and health research to be located at the heart of the Norwich Research Park, one of Europe’s largest single-site concentrations of research in food, health and environmental sciences.

The Quadram Institute will integrate research teams from the IFR and UEA’s Faculty of Science and Norwich Medical School with the NNUHs’ gastrointestinal endoscopy facility under one roof. It is where the research into ME will relocate. See the link below for status of the building work.

Ways to Fund Research

Please click on the images below to see the options for contributing to research with IiMER.

Last Update April 2017