Invest in ME uses all of its funds to promote or perform biomedical research and we attempt to
do as much as we can to improve education about ME and international collaboration.
Sometimes this includes funding trips to conferences for researchers or to important meetings.
Examples are Professor Tom Wileman's visit to Australia for
the International Science Symposium
Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in 2010, visits by the team to Bergen and the creation of the
European ME Research Group  where IiME organised and funded
the inaugural meeting in London and follow-up meeting in May this year.
But we cannot fund as much as we would like.
We had hoped that an EMERG presentation at the
forthcoming IACFS conference in Fort Lauderdale, USA.
So we are especially happy that Fane Mensah's
abstract for the IACFSME conference in Fort Lauderdale was accepted for a poster presentation.
We are also very happy that Fane's trip was made possible'via a travel grant for the
trip from Solve ME/CFS Initiative.
Thank you Solve for this.
This makes it possible for IiME's, and our supporters', work to be seen to some extent at that conference.
It also allows Fanes' and Dr Jo Cambridge's briliant work to be available to be seen by many in USA.
We invite support for the charity as it continues its quest for maintaining the foundation of biomedical research into ME which has been formed.
Please help us by supporting our continuing efforts.
Fundraising's UK Rituximab Clinical Trial and B-cell Research
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