America’s Hidden Health Crisis

logos supportTo celebrate ME/CFS International Awareness Day on May 12, clinical core Co-Director Betsy Keller joins Maureen Hanson and faculty from the University of Rochester and a patient advocate on an expert panel for AMERICA’S HIDDEN HEALTH CRISIS: What Clinicians and Others Need to Know about ME/CFS — as Documented in the Award-Winning Film Unrest and Shared Experience with New York Experts. MORE INFO

The event is May 12 @2-5pm at the University of Rochester’s River Campus LeChase Hall, in the Genrich-Fusling Room, is free and open to the public, and offers 2h of CME credit. The documentary film “Unrest” will be shown from 2-4pm followed by the expert panel from 4-5pm featuring:

LeChase Hall

Maureen Hanson, Liberty Hyde Bailey Professor in the department of molecular biology & genetics at Cornell and director of the Center for Enervating NeuroImmune Diseases

Betsy Keller, professor in the department of exercise and sports sciences at Ithaca College

Gordon Broderick, director of the Center for Clinical Systems Biology at Rochester Regional Health and research associate professor in the department of biomedical engineering at RIT

Andre Marquis, associate professor of counseling and human development at the University of Rochester’s Warner School of Education

Erica Crane, psychotherapist and ME advocate who contracted the disease in 2011

organizers & panelists May 12

see the poster here: Unrest event advertisement poster

Sponsored by:

#MEAction, 13WHAM ABC, American Medical Women’s Association, Cornell Center for Enervating NeuroImmune Disease, Rochester NOW, Rochester Regional Health’s Center for Clinical Systems Biology, University of Rochester’s Center for Advocacy, Community Health, Education, and Diversity; Center for Community Health & Prevention; Center on Disability and Education; Institute for the Family, Department of Psychiatry; Strong Center for Developmental Disabilities; and Warner School of Education

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