ME Research UK – research into the brain and ME/CFS

With cognitive dysfunction and other symptoms suggestive of brain involvement, it is no surprise that the brain is a focal point of research in ME/CFS. The brain, with its intricate network of neurons and neurotransmitters, offers numerous angles for investigation.

In case you missed it, last November, Cort Johnson wrote a compelling overview of ME/CFS brain research, which is definitely worth a read.

Currently, ME Research UK is funding several projects related to the brain, including research led by:

Read some of our previous articles on brain research –
All in your head – an introduction to brain
All in your head? Brain research in ME/CFS

and on cognative function
Brain fog. Part 1: An introduction to cognitive function
Brain fog. Part 2: Cognitive function and ME/CFS

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