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Oxford: MitOX Conference 2020, 3rd April 2020

Discussion in 'BioMedical ME/CFS News' started by Andy, Nov 26, 2019.

  1. Andy

    Andy Committee Member & Outreach

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  2. FMMM1

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    Thanks for bringing this to my attention @Andy - I'll try to make a point to view it.
     
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    For anyone interested this is the thread for last years Mitox meeting.
    https://www.s4me.info/threads/mitox...rchers-with-an-interest-in-mitochondria.8095/

    And this is Andy's report from last years collaborators meeting held right after Mitox
    https://www.s4me.info/threads/patie...l-mortens-collaborative-group-oxford-uk.9402/

    That'll be interesting. I think he touched on that topic briefly in your Q&A if I remember right.

    Cool. Glad the two of them will be in the same room! I'm guessing they must already have talked given the invitation.

    Have you been invited to attend some of the 2020 meeting @Andy?
     
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    This meeting, to the best of my knowledge, won't be livestreamed or recorded, but I understand Karl will give this same talk at the CRMC conference next year, which will be.

    I intend attending the whole day.
     
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    I'm looking forward to Karl Morten and Bhupesh Prusty meeting up - two out of box thinkers and both on the search for the "something in the blood".


    Bhupesh Prusty is also collaborating with Robert Naviaux to look for the "fatigue factor" in the ME/CFS blood.


    Now if only Paul Fisher could collaborate with them somehow to pool knowledge and advance the work faster......... Four brilliant minds looking at the Mitochondrial function of ME/CFS patients.
     
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