Solve M.E./UCLA Announce Pilot Funding for ME/CFS Research

Second year of Solve/UCLA partnership September 2021–Solve M.E. is again partnering with the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Iris Cantor Women’s Health Center to fund ME/CFS research through their Annual Health Pilot Program. This round of funding follows last year’s, which supported a clinical study assessing the effects of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) in ME/CFS. Solve’s […]

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You + ME Turns One!

What a Year!  We grew to nearly 5,000 members and are on track to reach 10,000 by mid-2022, creating a more and more robust resource for researchers.  [Click here to enroll.] We gathered more than 2.4 million data points, more than doubling the number in four months. We incorporated Long Covid data to enhance our understanding of […]

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New Solve M.E. Study Investigates Use of Simple Saliva Sample to Diagnose ME/CFS

Solve M.E.’s dedication to collaborative ME/CFS research is longstanding and includes initiatives such as the You + ME Registry, which gathers and provides access to patient-provided data, the Ramsay Awards which assist early-career researchers, the partnership with Action for M.E., which funds postdoctoral fellowships and the groundbreaking collaboration with UCLA, which sponsors leading-edge studies. The […]

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Long COVID Alliance in TIME and The New York Times

In response to COVID-19, Solve M.E. co-founded the Long COVID Alliance (LCA), a network of patient-advocates, scientists, disease experts, and drug developers who have joined together to leverage collective knowledge and resources to educate policy makers and accelerate research to transform our understanding of post-viral illness. Since the LCA’s launch in early 2021, we continue […]

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Postdoctoral Fellowship to Foster Trans-Atlantic ME/CFS Research Collaboration

Solve ME partners with Action for ME on two-year research fellowship focused on identifying molecular drivers of ME/CFS May 2021–Solve M.E. and Action for ME are excited to share that Dr. Chris Ponting and Dr. Liz Worthey will work with postdoctoral fellows as part of the Solve/Action for ME trans-Atlantic partnership. This two-year, jointly funded, […]

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You + ME Registry Partners with Emerge Australia to Open Australian ME/CFS Registry

  World’s largest ME/CFS data repository expands to Australia in initiative to open worldwide.  April 2021 — We are pleased to share that the You + ME Registry and Biobank, a Solve M.E. project, has partnered with Emerge Australia on a landmark effort to establish the first Australian ME/CFS patient registry and biobank. This significant […]

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Solve M.E. Partners with UCLA on ME/CFS Research on Brain Stimulation

We’re excited to announce that Solve M.E. has partnered with the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Iris Cantor Women’s Health Center to expand ME/CFS research through their Annual Health Pilot Program—the first time an ME/CFS study has been included. Solve M.E. will support a study by the UCLA Neuromodulation Division on a promising investigational treatment. The partnership is generously […]

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Meet Our 2021 Advocacy Week Partners

Advocacy Week Welcomes Partners from Long COVID and Rare Disease Communities The 5th Annual Solve M.E. Advocacy Week will take place from Sunday, April 18, 2021 to Saturday, April 24, 2021. This year, “ME/CFS & Long COVID Advocacy Day” welcomes our new partners from the Long COVID Alliance and the EveryLife Foundation for Rare Diseases […]

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Solve M.E. Spearheads Formation of Long COVID Alliance to Accelerate Post-Infectious Research

  Today, Solve M.E. warmly welcomes 50 new partners in the fight to return millions of Americans to health. The Long COVID Alliance, launched by Solve M.E., is a network of patient-advocates, scientists, disease and public health experts, and drug developers, who have joined together to leverage our collective knowledge and resources to educate policy […]

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You + ME has joined the world’s biggest study of ME/CFS

We are excited to announce we’re partnering with our UK colleagues Action for ME and Professor Chris Ponting of the Medical Research Council Human Genetics Unit at the University of Edinburgh on the world’s biggest biomedical study of the causes of ME/CFS! The DecodeME genome-wide association study will enroll 20,000 individuals with ME/CFS living in […]

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