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Virtual Scientific Seminar, May 25th, “Using the IOM 2015 Diagnostic Criteria for ME/CFS as a Clinical and Research Framework for Long COVID”
May 25 @ 12:05 pm - 1:00 pm
You are invited to Marshfield Clinic Research Institute’s next Scientific Seminar series presentation Wednesday, May 25th, at 12:05 pm, “Using the IOM 2015 Diagnostic Criteria for ME/CFS as a Clinical and Research Framework for Long COVID.” Dr. Suzanne Vernon will tell us how she has applied the Institute of Medicine 2015 ME/CFS diagnostic criteria to post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection or Long COVID. This will be a virtual format once again.
Please follow the WebEx link to view the presentation. If you are not able to view the presentation, it is recorded and will be loaded to our Scientific Seminar Website afterward for easy viewing.
If you have questions for Suzanne Vernon, PhD, please write those in the WebEx chat or forward those questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and they will be asked at the end of the presentation.
Suzanne D. Vernon, PhD is a virologist and Research Director at the Bateman Horne Center. She is one of the nation’s leading researchers in ME/CFS (myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome). Dr. Vernon has dedicated her clinical research career to identifying objective diagnostic measures and treatment biomarkers for ME/CFS, post-viral syndromes and related co-morbidities. She is a former CDC scientist where she was team leader of the ME/CFS molecular epidemiology program. It was at CDC that Drs. Vernon and Shukla began their productive collaboration. They were one of the first teams to investigate the microbiome in ME/CFS and link microbiome changes to disease severity.
*Note: This presentation will be recorded and will be available at the link below. Past Seminar presentations can be found at this link: https://www.marshfieldresearch.org/2022-scientific-seminar