European ME Clinicians Council was formed to create a network of clinicians treating ME patients and working together to share expertise, produce and maintain up-to-date diagnostic methods and assist researchers in building research into this ME

European ME Clinicians Council



The European ME Research Group (EMERG) is a network of European ME researchers that was formed to collaborate and share knowledge in research into myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) and increase the capacity of research in Europe

European ME Research Group


Early Career Researchers

The Young /Early Career European ME Research Group (Young EMERG) is a network of young/early career European researchers that was formed to collaborate and influence/build the future of research into ME in Europe




EMEA is an alliance of European patient organisations and charities that are involved in supporting people with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) and are campaigning for funding for biomedical research to provide services, treatments and cures for ME

European ME Alliance


Patient-Clinician-Researcher Partnership

Bringing together four European organisations all working towards the same objectives

Europe and ME

Europe has the means to resolve ME. By using the best knowledge, expertise and facilities Europe can discover the cause(s) and develop treatment(s) forthis condition.

European Biomedical Research

EMERG has been established to harness the best European research and synergise the strengths by working together in a shared strategy for research.

A Future for Research into ME

Young EMERG has been established to facilitate the next generation of researchers for ME by building capacity and career opportunities in a shared strategy for research.

European Clinical Expertise

The scarcity of qualified clinicians knowledgeable about ME means this must be a priority to address. EMECC is formed to build fundamental agreement on standards and to develop more influence for overcoming ignorance and lack of education about ME.

European Patient Advocacy

Patients need to have a powerful voice in Europe which can be heard by researchers, clinicians, polticians and the media and public. EMEA provides this with pan-European and national campaigning linked to a strategy of collaborative advocacy.

Alone, we can do so little; together we can do so much.

- Helen Keller

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