FDA Patient-Focused Drug Development Public Meeting for Long Covid

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The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is hosting a virtual public meeting on Patient-Focused Drug Development for Long Covid on Tuesday, April 25th, 2023, from 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET.  It will be conducted with live translation in both English and Spanish. Patient-Focused Drug Development meetings are important and infrequent opportunities for patients to provide […]

Effects of Long Covid and ME/CFS on Sleep

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Many individuals who have had COVID-19 experience long-term symptoms that have a major impact on their lives. One of the most common symptoms is sleep disturbance. After more than six months from the time of infection, about 60% of people self-report lingering sleep difficulties, even if they had a mild course of acute COVID-19. Unrefreshing […]

NIH ME/CFS Research Roadmap Series: Nervous System

The first ME/CFS Research Roadmap webinar will take place on August 25, 2023, from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm ET. Focusing on how ME/CFS impacts the nervous system, presenters will describe current research, knowledge gaps, and future research opportunities in this area. There will be Q&A sessions during which attendees can ask questions and contribute […]

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Join Solve Senior Director of Research Leslie E. Phillips, PhD for a walkthrough of our new patient-centered data platform, Solve Together! In this webinar, we'll share information about joining the platform, share tips for maximizing built-in tools for participants, and answer your questions. Solve Together is fully accessible by smartphone and will allow participants to […]

ME/CFS RESEARCH ROADMAP WEBINAR SERIES

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Tomorrow's NINDS ME/CFS Research Roadmap webinar at 11AM ET will focus on how ME/CFS impacts the immune system, current research, knowledge gaps, and future research opportunities.   Register here.   A recording of the first session, focusing on the nervous system, is available here.

The Patient-Doctor Partnership: Optimally Treating People with Long Covid and ME/CFS Across the US

Solve welcomes three medical providers who will share their experience with treating Long Covid, ME/CFS, POTS, and dysautonomia patients across rural, urban, and suburban settings. Dr. Melanie Hoppers (co-founder and Chief Medical Officer at Physicians Quality Care, in Jackson, TN), Dr. William Pittman (co-director of the UCLA Long COVID Program), and Dr. Tiffany Walker (Principal […]

Advancing ME/CFS Research: Identifying Targets for Intervention and Learning from Long COVID

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NIH ME/CFS Research Roadmap Webinar Series August - December 2023 This virtual webinar series is part of a larger effort to develop a Research Roadmap for ME/CFS, which will identify research priorities to move the field toward translational studies and clinical trials. Save the date for two NIH ME/CFS events in December 2023! Additional details will be […]

Changes in the Gut Microbiome in ME/CFS and Long Covid

Solve Ramsay Research Grant winner David Esteban, PhD, (Assoc. Professor of Biology, Vassar College) will discuss ongoing work in his lab determining whether there is a link between changes in the gut microbiome and disease in ME/CFS and Long Covid. The collection of bacteria in the gut, known as the gut microbiome, produces many small […]

Webinar: Hydrogen Water Dosing Study for ME/CFS: A New Clinical Trial

Free radicals are molecules with one or more unpaired electrons in their outer shells. They tear holes in cell membranes, releasing an overabundance of even more free radicals and preventing proper cell functionality.   Antioxidants are molecules stable enough to donate an electron to a rampaging free radical and neutralize it, containing the damage it […]

Symptom Management and Patient Empowerment Through The Long Covid Wearable Study

The lived experiences of people with ME and Long Covid have shown that activity management, or pacing, can be an effective method of reducing symptom severity. However, pacing is difficult to implement. Many people living with energy-limiting conditions have utilized wrist-worn wearables, or activity trackers, to help implement pacing. To validate the value of using […]

Comparing immunological signatures between Long Covid and ME/CFS

**Webinar date changed to May 8, 2024** Dr. David Putrino and Dr. Jamie Wood, of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, have conducted several landmark studies on Long Covid. Their extensive research has led them to suspect that the immune responses of people with Long Covid differ in important ways from the immune […]

World ME Day: Bridging Borders – Global Voices from the World ME Alliance

Solve is a proud co-founder of the World ME Alliance and we invite you to join us this year for the World ME Day event Bridging Borders – Global Voices from the World ME Alliance! Solve M.E. President and CEO and World ME Alliance Co-Chair Emily Taylor will represent Solve as one of the many nonprofit […]

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