New project announcement
This year alone we have already announced three new projects and one PhD-level project, and are delighted to invest further with funding for Prof. Janet Taylor and colleagues at Edith Cowan University for a study investigating spinal nerve function in ME/CFS. Learn more on our website.
The Big Give 2023
Prof. Taylor’s project was made possible thanks to the Irish ME/CFS Association, and to the generosity of our supporters during last year’s Big Give Challenge. And there are now just a few days to go before the Pledge phase of this year’s challenge ends on 8 September. Pledges encourage others to give, knowing their donation may be doubled during November’s Christmas Challenge, so please pledge today if you can.
Our new collection of Christmas cards is now available to buy via email, phone, post or our online shop. There are nine designs available this year (with extras in the online shop), and with every purchase you will be helping to support our work. We are so grateful to everyone who supports us in this way every year. Order your cards here.
We are continuing to inform our supporters about new ME research news, and recent articles on our website include pieces on viruses in ME, gut symptoms in the disease, the role of glial cells, and our response to the UK Government’s interim delivery plan on ME/CFS.
Help us make the breakthrough
We know that, as a subscriber to our newsletter and someone who is interested in the work we support, you join us in the belief that robust scientific research is the key to understanding ME.
Donations from our valued supporters allow us to invest in many more vital studies into ME around the world, like those highlighted above.
If you are able, please consider making a donation to ME Research UK to help continue our work.