Dr. Arnaud Germain, a member of the Hanson Lab, is the lead author on a new publication in the journal Metabolites. The paper describes a metabolomics study on the plasma of 52 female subjects. A large emphasis on lipids was observed in the approximately 1,750 blood compound datapoints. As summarized in the illustration below, notable changes were uncovered when comparing the ME/CFS and control cohorts.
The Trans-NIH ME/CFS Working Group announced an upcoming public lecture at the Masur Auditorium in NIH’s Clinical Center. Cornell ENID Center members Dr. Maureen Hanson and Dr. Betsy Keller will be presenting, and the event will also include updates on the NIH intramural study. The event will be hosted by the NIH ME/CFS Special Interest Group and is scheduled to take place on April 22, 2020 at 12:30 pm. Anyone that is interested can attend in person or watch the talks via videocast.
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Event information: https://www.nih.gov/mecfs/events
UPDATE: The Trans-NIH ME/CFS WG announced on 3/23/2020 that this event will be postponed due to the coronavirus situation.