Jaime Seltzer

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Jaime Seltzer is an American ME/CFS patient advocate and Director of Scientific and Medical Outreach at MEAction.[1] She is "responsible for fostering communication between research scientists, clinicians, and people with myalgic encephalomyelitis." (ME)[2]

MEAction and ME/CFS research resume[edit | edit source]

  • Present Director of Scientific and Medical Outreach, MEAction
  • Scientific consultant on the ME/CFS project, Stanford University, PI Dr Ronald Davis
  • Representative of healthcare advocacy organization #MEAction at Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Institutes of Health (NIH), Capitol Hill; author of solicited research documents (RFI) to the NIH and for researchers at Stanford University’s ME/CFS symposium, each with 75-100 citations assimilated
  • Editor and consultant for Jen Brea’s TED talk on healthcare equality and groundbreaking, Sundance-award-winning health documentary Unrest
  • Managing Editor for the online advocacy platform #MEAction, writing/curating 5–15 articles per week in advocacy and biomedical sciences while maintaining social media accounts and managing staff and volunteers[3]

Speeches[edit | edit source]

Online presence[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Welcome Jaime Seltzer to the #MEAction Team – Director of Scientific and Medical Outreach | #MEAction". www.meaction.net. Retrieved Aug 14, 2018. 
  2. "Jaime Seltzer". LinkedIn. 
  3. "Jaime Seltzer". LinkedIn. 
  4. Seltzer, Jaime (May 14, 2018). "Jaime's Speech (#MillionsMissing San Francisco 2018)". YouTube. The ME Action Network. 

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