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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Winners of New Stupski Data Analysis Awards Announced

The Solve M.E. Ramsay Grant Program is designed to build a research workforce for ME/CFS and to allow researchers to generate data to support larger grant applications.  Currently in its fourth year, the Ramsay network now includes more than 60 researchers around the world and has resulted in more than $7 million dollars of additional […]

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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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Solve M.E. CEO Oved Amitay Joins World Health Organization Seminar on Long COVID

On Tuesday, June 15, Solve M.E. President and CEO Oved Amitay joined other experts as a participant in the second seminar in a series presented by the World Health Organization (WHO) designed to improve our understanding of the Post COVID-19 condition and optimize the health of patients who have suffered from COVID-19.   In the first […]

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Ramsay Grant Program 2021 RFA is Open!

  Solve M.E. will accept applications to study ME/CFS and Long Covid from February 22 – April 30, 2021 Through the Ramsay Program, Solve M.E. invests in research studies in ME/CFS or Long Covid with a particular emphasis on engaging young investigators and researchers new to the field. Collaborative proposals (involving 2 or more research […]

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You Can Make a Difference in the Lives of People with M.E.

We Can’t Thank You Enough for Your Meaningful and Generous Support We know and deeply appreciate your passion for our mission. It’s caring people like you who make our battle against ME/CFS possible. We haven’t stopped fighting for you during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Our staff may all be working from home during the quarantine, […]

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Solve M.E. Funded Study Shows Evidence of Pathogen-driven Connection to Energy Production Problems in ME/CFS

Findings from International Research Group Published in ImmunoHorizons Show HHV-6 Connection to Energy Production Problems in ME/CFS In 2016, Bhupesh Prusty, PhD, a scientist at Julius Maximilians University of Würzburg in Germany, received pilot funding from the Solve M.E. Ramsay Research Grant Program to study the possible cause of dysfunctional mitochondria (energy producers in cells) in ME/CFS. […]

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Solve M.E. partners with UCLA to expand ME/CFS research

New funding from Solve M.E. opens up ME/CFS research opportunity at UCLA Solve M.E. is partnering with the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Iris Cantor Women’s Health Center to issue an ME/CFS-specific funding announcement through their Annual Health Pilot Program. This is an opportunity to engage a research network that has successfully funded a range of […]

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Our Biggest Ramsay Class Ever Gears Up for New Studies and Collaborations

Last week we announced the research teams funded by Solve M.E.’s 2019 Ramsay Grant Program. The Program is designed to attract researchers to the ME/CFS field and generate pilot data that can be used to obtain follow-on funding. 2019 is our biggest year yet, with over 30 researchers working across seven projects. Not all research collaborators pictured As part of the rollout, we provided a place […]

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