Sign up for one-on-one meeting with Ronald W. Davis, Ph.D.

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These special one-on-one meetings are for any researchers, scientists and M.D.s interested in finding out how their work may now, or in the future, fit in with the ground-breaking research Dr. Davis is conducting on the serious disease ME/CFS (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome).


What: One-on-one meeting with world-renowned scientist Ronald W. Davis, Ph.D.

When:  Wednesday, August 1, 2018, 1/2 hr meeting. (Time to be arranged.)

Where: Remote videoconferencing

Who:  Any researchers, scientists and M.D.s who would like to find out more about getting involved in the science of ME/CFS, including but not limited to those focused on public health, neurology, immunology, infectious disease, genetics, and vascular, respiratory and energy production systems.

Pre-Registration is required to get an appointment. Please sign up before July 20, 2018.

You will be contacted by email to arrange your time slot. If you find you will be unable to keep the appointment, please reply to the appointment email so your time can be given to someone else. Thank you!


About Dr. Davis
Ronald W. Davis, Ph.D., is a world leader in the development of biotechnology, especially the development of recombinant DNA and genomic methodologies and their application to biological systems. As Director of the Stanford Genome Technology Center, Dr. Davis and his research team develop new technologies for the genetic, genomic, and molecular analysis of model organisms and humans with a focus on clinical medicine, diagnostics, and biosensors. 

After his son became severely ill with ME/CFS, Dr. Davis shifted his research focus to apply an array of technologies to improve the understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of this debilitating and mysterious disease. 

Dr. Davis is currently a Professor of Biochemistry and of Genetics at the Stanford Univ. School of Medicine. He is also Director of the CFS Research Center at Stanford Univ., and Director of the Scientific Advisory Board of Open Medicine Foundation. Dr. Davis holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the CA Institute of Technology and a B.S. in Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, and Botany from Eastern IL Univ.

Awards & Recognition: Election to the National Academy of Sciences, selection as one of the 7 greatest living inventors by The Atlantic, the Gruber Prize in Genetics, the Genetics Society of America Medal, the Warren Alpert Prize, and the Personalized Medicine World Conference Luminary Award.  More

Media attention: Stanford Medicine Magazine, Journal of NY State Academy of Family Physicians, Boston Globe, NPR, New York Times, Nature.

August 1st, 2018 1:00 PM   through   7:00 PM