You + ME Anniversary: 2021 Ramsay Researchers!

It’s our one-year anniversary and we’re celebrating all month! Today, we announce our 2021 Ramsay Researchers! The Solve M.E. Ramsay Grant Program is designed to build a workforce, with a special focus on early-career investigators, and to allow researchers to generate data to support larger grant applications. The Ramsay network now includes more than 60 researchers around […]

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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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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., Long COVID Alliance highlighted in U.S. News & World Report

In her U.S. News & World Report article, “In Long COVID, Advocates Battling Chronic Fatigue Syndrome See Allies, Hope,” journalist Chelsea Cirruzzo examines the ME/CFS and Long COVID connection, and how the striking similarities are fueling hopes that research can uncover solutions for both. Mentioned in the piece are Solve M.E. President Oved Amitay and the Long COVID […]

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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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In Review: A Year of COVID-19 in the U.S.

This year the one-year anniversary of the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in the United States. It’s difficult to overstate the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the world and on life in the United States. The past year has presented challenges none of us could have anticipated — a devastating loss of human […]

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