A team from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute in Melbourne, Australia, have recently published the first results of their ME Research UK-funded study looking at brain function in adolescents with ME/CFS. As well as measuring the impact of mental exertion on cognitive function, they have also used MRI to assess functional connectivity.
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- ME Research UK – Forward ME May 2019 – Main points
- Forward-ME Group Minutes 8th May 2019