Reporting on Action for M.E.'s promises to improve the lives of people with M.E., inspire action at all levels, and invest in change, our Board of Trustee's annual report looks at the difference we made for people with M.E. from 1 April 2016 to 30 March 2017, and reviews how we raised and spent funds.
As part of our 2016-2021 strategy, we promised to bring new researchers to the field by investing in at least one three-year postdoctoral or PhD studentship at any one time for projects focused on biomedical M.E. research. This call is open to UK-based researchers, who should apply by downloading this information and application form. The closing date is 4pm Monday 6 February 2017.
Over the next five years, our purpose is to end the ignorance, injustice and neglect experienced by people with M.E. We will do this by meeting need now while taking action to secure change for the future.
This process has been developed to provide clarity, transparency and a clear governance framework for our key stakeholders including researchers, universities, donors, Action for M.E. supporting members and other people affected by M.E. It sets out our five-stage process for assessing research funding applications.