ICED Seminar Series
Audiovisual will be available for this seminar
CURE-ME Team: Erinna Bowman and Caroline Kingdon
About the seminar:
A short film featuring interviews with patients and an overview of ME/CFS will be provided. The disease and its impact, with an emphasis on how the disability caused by the disease is often under-recognized not only by health care professionals, friends, and loved ones, but also often by people with ME/CFS themselves will all be covered.
The CURE-ME team at the London School of Hyigiene & Tropical Medicine will discuss what they hope to accomplish with the ME/CFS Biobank they established in 2011 and possible next steps for research.
About the Speaker:
Caroline Kingdon, Research Nurse, and Erinna Bowman, Research Fellow, both members of the CURE-ME team in the Disability and Eye Health Group at the London School of Hyigiene & Tropical Medicine.
External delegates, please sign in at reception when you arrive, and a member from the Disability Centre will be waiting in the foyer to accompany you to the theatre.
For more information about the International Centre for Evidence in Disability (ICED), including the full schedule of seminars in the series, please visit our website.