Watch this webinar led by Christopher Armstrong, rom the Bio21 Institute, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Melbourne.
During Chris’s training and experiences in the field of metabolomics he has initiated, coordinated and managed 2 separate research projects and is currently at the initiation of the 3rd Stage. His most unique skillset revolves around his knowledge in ME/CFS given that the most extensive portion of his PhD was data analysis and data interpretation. This has come from the mentoring of Dr. Neil McGregor who has been working in the field of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and chronic pain disorders for over 20 years. Currently we are refining a workflow associate metabolites and microbes of the gut with metabolites in the blood and urine as a measure for gut impact on health for ME/CFS patients.