Using Data Analysis to Study ME/CFS and Long Covid: Session 1

Online

We expanded our Ramsay Grant Program in 2021 by launching the new Stupski Awards, which support research using data from the Registry. These webinars feature the 2021 Stupski Award recipients, Efthymios Kalafatis and Jennifer Stone, PhD, who will discuss their research and answer your questions. Efthymios  Kalafatis Data Scientist/Machine Learning Engineer Kalafatis will discuss tracking his ME/CFS symptoms and […]

Understanding Long COVID Across Communities of Color, Including Those Hardest Hit by COVID

Online

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is hosting a listening session, "Understanding Long COVID Across Communities of Color, Including Those Hardest Hit by COVID" on Friday 1/21 from 2PM - 4PM EST.  The event will be hosted by the NIH RECOVER Initiative and the Initiative's Clinical Science Core (CSC) at NYU Langone Health.This Listening Session […]

Ampligen: A General Overview and the Plan for ME/CFS & Long Covid

Online

For the second installment in our clinical diagnostics and treatments webinar series, Solve M.E. welcomes two leaders from bio-pharma company AIM ImmunoTech to discuss their plans for clinical studies of their investigational drug Ampligen, in ME/CFS and Long Covid. In addition, Drs. Lapp and Gottschalk will share insights from real-world use of Ampligen to treat […]

Autoimmune Encephalopathy Secondary to Infectious Disease: A New Perspective on the Pathogenetic Interaction of the Immune System, Infection, Stress and Chronic Disease

From the conference website: "This landmark leadership conference is sponsored by Georgetown University and The Foundation for Total Recovery. Guest speakers from around the world will include distinguished specialists from Oxford, Columbia, Duke, and even the leading medical center in the Middle East—Sheba Medical Center in Israel. Plan to join us, as we have an […]

Solve Spotlight: Writer Nadine Sander-Green in Conversation with Joe Komsky

Before developing ME/CFS, Canadian writer Nadine Sander-Green was an avid adventurer, canoeing down rapids, mountain-biking along rugged trails, and skiing through waist-deep powder. Post-diagnosis, she’s written in detail about her journey towards the acceptance of her new body and living within drastically smaller limits. In this webinar, Nadine talks to Solve M.E. Development Director Joe […]

Using Data Analysis to Study ME/CFS and Long Covid: Session 2

Online

We expanded our Ramsay Grant Program in 2021 by launching the new Stupski Awards, which support research using data from the Registry. These webinars feature the 2021 Stupski Award recipients, Efthymios Kalafatis and Jennifer Stone, PhD, who will discuss their research and answer your questions. Jennifer Stone, PhD Australian National University Dr. Stone will discuss her Stupski-supported […]

National Caregivers Day

National Caregivers Day honors people who provide personal, physical, and emotional care to members of our community. Stay tuned for more information!

International ME Awareness Day

ME/CFS is a chronic, complex, neuroimmune disease that profoundly limits the health and productivity of patients. There is no cure, nor are there any FDA-approved drugs or treatments. Symptoms can include extreme exhaustion at the cellular level (exacerbated by activity), and neurological symptoms such as: extreme sensitivity to light and sound, cognitive impairment, and even […]

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