In 2019, Francisco Westermeier, PhD, was awarded a Ramsay Research Grant by Solve M.E. to study endothelial function in ME/CFS. Like many other researchers in the Ramsay network, Dr. Westermeier has since been dedicated to expanding the ME/CFS knowledge base.
In the coming months, Dr. Westermeier and his team will be working to expand evidence of the reduced ability of ME/CFS patients to produce nitric oxide (NO).
In this webinar, Dr. Westermeier will discuss this Solve M.E.- supported project that uses samples from the UK ME/CFS Biobank.
Please send questions for Dr. Westermeier to email@example.com.
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