Announcing the ANRF 2018 Awardees at an International Conference in Stockholm

Announcing the ANRF 2018 Awardees at an International Conference in Stockholm

Dr. Nahle, ANRF Executive Director,  gave a series of invited medical lectures in the cities of Stockholm and Gothenburg, Sweden last October as part of a recent US and European presentation engagement. Meetings in Sweden were organized by RME, the largest Swedish Medical charity dedicated to Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. Also known as chronic fatigue syndrome, it is characterized by a number of neurological features and is a debilitating disease. Events included closed round table sessions as well as public presentations addressing a range of topics covering autoimmunity, microbiome, bioenergetics, big data analysis, proteomics, biomarker discovery and genomics.

This was also an appropriate opportunity to announce the Foundation grant awardees for 2018 and share the work of ANRF at this prestigious international forum as you can see in the pictures below.

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Dr. Nahle interacting with the audience and answering questions.

 

Dr. Nahle continuing his presentation.

 

Dr. Nahle describing the 16 2018 ANRF awardees at the conference in Stockholm Council Hall.

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