Here is some info that i would like to share regarding my experience in presenting at the EUROMENE Meeting in London, UK. First of all, everyone at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) gave us a warm welcome. Dr Eliana Lacerda was a really wonderful host making sure that everyone was ok. The first day (12th September) started with the welcome talks of Professors David Mabey and Allen Foster. At 14:15, Dr Carmen Scheibenbogen started presenting her work and the first surprise for me is when she presented a Network Graph showing EGFR (Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor). I specifically asked her if this was about the same Gene, just to make sure. Regarding EGFR (which was picked algorithmically and was also mentioned in my presentation), please see here : https://www.s4me.info/threads/machine-learning-assisted-research-on-me-cfs.5015/page-2#post-97553 Next it was Dr Olli Pollo who discussed more about the role of the ANS to ME/CFS. Norepinephrine and Epinephrine were particularly interesting to me as well as they have also been picked by the algorithms. We had extensive talks with Olli and he described to me his work about LDN. At night of the 12th we went to a nice restaurant in King's Cross. I took the opportunity to sit next to Carmen to discuss about EGFR and why it appeared on her presentation. Then i started talking about some Genes that i found as candidates and interestingly, Carmen had two of those under her Radar. Then the 13th of September came which was the day of my presentation. Professor Modra Murovska gave me a full hour to present the hypothesis on how the algorithms have found possible issues to Phagocytosis, Liver Disease, TAM Receptors, ER Stress, Inflammation and Oxidative Stress. I present some of the slides below : The figure below depicts the network analysis results, identifying Bile Acid Metabolism issues (CYP7B1, CYP27A1, Oxysterols), Liver Disease, Vitamin K Metabolism and LXR/PPARs : Then we have Machine Learning, identifying more targets like MFGE8, ABCA1, Liver Disease and the Gut : Here is a figure that includes many of the topics being picked up algorithmically : Note the inclusion of MFGE8, Oxysterols, LXR, PPARs, ABCA1 and GAS6, PROS and MER that interestingly are Vitamin K-dependent. Note that "Phagocytosis" is mentioned and also "Inflammation" and "Autoimmunity". I also posted references that EBV, Cytomegalovirus, HHV6, Coxsackie B Virus, Parvovirus B19 and other substances can result in Liver Injury, hypothesizing that it is a Liver Injury that sets the stage for a number of ME/CFS patients. Also note below that a viral infection creates ER Stress (and also interestingly so does Hyperhomocysteinemia as noted below) : Interestingly TAM Receptor dysregulation can activate T Cells and B Cells and affect NK Cell Repertoire : More importantly i disclosed that i have in my posession a number of Genes that may be of interest and are readily available for further inspection to ME/CFS Patient cohorts. I will forward my Research notes to several Researchers of the EUROMENE Network hoping to exchange ideas. I will also email to Dr Charles Shepherd my presentation for his reference. Dr. Luis Nacul and Dr Eliana Lacerda were both at the presentation so they may have the opportunity to discuss further with Dr Charles Shepherd. I will make anything possible to follow up to exchange findings with LSHTM and other Researchers as quickly as possible. Finally, i also expressed my interest in researching patients having Chronic Hepatitis infections. Unfortunately it was not possible to upload photos i took, despite their small size.