May 6 2008 in Cambridge, UK – Horizons 2008: International Conference on ME/CFS Biomedical Research. Overview of the latest findings, presented by world’s leading experts.

This conference, sponsored by ME Research UK and the Irish ME Trust and chaired by Dr. Vance Spence and Sue Waddle, will be held Tuesday, May 6 2008 in Cambridge, UK, at the Wellcome Genome Trust Campus, Hinxton. The fee-based event is open to interested patients, support group representatives, and students as well as professionals, and offers educational credits.

A Conference Flyer and Registration Form can be downloaded at or for questions & registration:


Tel: 0044 01738 451234

The Conference Agenda ( lists presentations by the following experts and others:

Dr. Vance Spence (Chairman, ME Research UK)

Prof. Nancy Klimas (University of Miami School of Medicine, Florida, USA)

Dr. Stephen Graves (Australian Rickettsial Reference Laboratory, NSW, Australia)

Dr. Gavin Spickett (Consultant Clinical Immunologist and Clinical Champion for the Northern Clinical Network Co-ordinating Centre (CFS/ME)Service, Newcastle Primary Care Trust, Newcastle upon Tyne)

Dr. Julia Newton (Senior Lecturer, Institute of Cellular Medicine, Newcastle University)

Prof. Birgitta Evengard (Department of Infectious Diseases, Umea University, Sweden)

Dr. Jonathan Kerr (Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, St George’s University of London)

Dr. Byron Hyde (Nightingale Research Foundation, Ottawa, Canada)

Dr. Faisel Khan (Vascular Diseases Research Unit, University Department of Medicine, Dundee)

Dr. Derek Enlander (Mount Sinai Medical School and New York ME/CFS Center, New York, USA)

Dr. Dan Peterson (Whittemore Peterson Institute for Neuro-Immune Disease, University of Nevada School of Medicine, USA)

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