The next young/early career researcher conference organised by UK charity Invest in ME Research and the European ME Research Group (EMERG) takes place on 28th June 2024 at the Wellcome Genome Campus near Cambridge, UK, in parallel with the 16th Invest in ME Research International ME Conference.

The conference will bring together young international scientists and students working on, or interested in, myalgic encephalomyelitis (and also those involved with long covid research) and will again advance research into the disease by facilitating the sharing of knowledge and collaboration between researchers from around the world.

The event presents a unique networking opportunity for early career researchers involved with research into ME, and those involved in other research areas who would like to collaborate and share knowledge, and those wishing to join the EMERG ecr network.


The workshop programme will be develope and published here over the next months.

Abstracts for potential presentations can be forwarded to the Young EMERG Executive Committee.


Registration is not yet open.


The conference will take place on the Wellcome Genome Campus at Hinxton Hall, near Cambridgeshire. Hinxton Hall

Hinxton Hall Conference Centre is located on the Wellcome Genome Campus, alongside research institutions that are at the forefront of the genomics revolution. Hinxton Hall Conference Centre blends stunning contemporary architecture with state-of-the-art facilities, alongside a Grade II* listed country house, all set within a beautiful, rural 100 acre estate bordering the River Cam.

This location is near to Cambridge as well as a short drive from London Stansted airport.
There is also a direct link to London Stansted from central London.
This venue offers a number of advantages for assisting in our objectives of building collaboration and expanding knowledge.