The entire day was recorded and is now available on YouTube at this link.
It's 8 hours of video, so here is an outline, with time stamps for the video, in case you want to pick and choose which parts you watch:
Introduction & Welcome: Linda Tannenbaum and Ashley Haugen (00:10)I need to find time to watch some of these myself! Hopefully, things will quiet down a bit now for me (and I will be able to post to the blog more regularly) with my sons back in college for the fall.
Opening Remarks: Ron Davis: (00:14)
Robert Naviaux: The metabolism of the cell danger response, healing, and ME/CFS (00:18)
Chris Armstrong: ME, metabolism and I (00:38)
Jonas Bergquist: In search of biomarkers revealing pathophysiology in a Swedish ME/CFS patient cohort (00:53)
Maureen Hanson: Probing metabolism in ME/CFS (01:46)
Neil McGregor: Genome-wide analysis & metaboleme changes in ME/CFS (02:05)
Alan Light: Gene variants, mitochondria & autoimmunity in ME/CFS (02:21)
Panel discussion: Morning speakers (02:42)
Baldomero Olivers: A novel source of drugs: the biodiversity of oceans (04:37)
Mario Capecchi; The role of microglia in neuropsychiatric disorders (04:57)
Mark Davis: Is CFS/ME an autoimmune disease? (05:14)
Alain Moreau: New research strategies for decoding ME/CFS to improve diagnosis and treatment (06:06)
Wenzhong Xiao: Big data analysis of patient studies of ME/CFS (06:25)
Ron Davis: Establishing new mechanistic and diagnostic paradigms for ME/CFS (06:44)
Panel discussion: afternoon speakers (07:21)
Closing remarks: (08:03)
If you watch some of these presentations, please leave comments below regarding what you found interesting or enlightening and which presentations you'd recommend that others watch.