ME/CFS: NO problem?

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 […]

How We Can See ME/CFS Inflammation in the Brain


Dr. Jarred Younger’s 2016 Ramsay Award was used to show that brain temperature is elevated in ME/CFS. This increased temperature is a sign of brain inflammation. The findings are now being replicated in a large group of individuals with ME/CFS. Dr. Younger’s lab is now developing new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and positron emission tomography […]

Is There a Herpesviruses-Related Antibody Signature In Patients With ME/CFS?


Many patients with ME/CFS experience common herpesviruses infections at their disease onset. Alternatively, others experience reactivation of the same infections during the disease course. These facts suggest the existence of a disease-specific antibody signature related to these viruses. However, current evidence is conflicting about this signature due to the heterogeneous nature of the disease, the […]

New Hope for Diagnosing and Treating Post-Infection Illnesses: Lessons Learned from HIV/AIDS


In this special webinar, Dr. Steven Deeks (Professor of Medicine-in-Residence at the University of California, San Francisco) will be hosted by Solve M.E. Medical Advisor Dr. David Hardy (former Director of Division of Infectious Diseases at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, and Professor of Medicine at David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California, Los […]

ME/CFS and Long COVID Federal Advocacy Update


Join a special presentation by Solve M.E.'s Emily Taylor during the 2022 Virtual Scientific Conference from July 27 - 30, 2022! Meeting events include workshops, Keynote lecture by famed immunologist Akiko Iwasaki, PhD (Yale University, USA), Plenary Lecture by innovative ME/CFS clinician-researcher David Systrom, MD (Harvard Medical School, USA), and oral/ poster presentations of original […]

Solve M.E. Research Team at IACFS/ME 2022 Conference


Join Solve M.E.'s research team at this year's IACFS/ME for a special presentation by Solve M.E.'s Kate Mudie, as well as a poster session, during the 2022 Virtual Scientific Conference from July 27 - 30, 2022! Presentation: Do people with joint hypermobility represent a subgroup of myalgic encephalomyelitis/ chronic fatigue syndrome? Poster Session: Baseline Characteristics […]

Severe ME Day

Each year on August 8, Severe ME/CFS Awareness Day, we reflect on the tremendous toll this devastating disease takes on individuals suffering from severe ME/CFS symptoms and remember the lives of those we have lost. People living with severe ME/CFS are often bed-bound and unable to perform everyday tasks without assistance — eating, showering, and […]

Long Covid & Fatiguing Illness Recovery Program


Physical Activity and Post-COVID Conditions Courtney Matrunick, PT, DPTNeurological Physical Therapist and Certified Aquatic Therapist – UNC Health Care &Heidi Greata PT, DPT Vestibular Physical Therapist – UNC Hospital A CDC-funded monthly webinar-style ECHO learning session to rapidly disseminate Post-acute Sequelae of COVID-19 (PASC) and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) findings and emerging best practices. Register here.

NIH ME/CFS Telebriefing


NIH's next ME/CFS telebriefing will be held on August 26, 2022 from 3:00- 4:00 pm ET. The telebriefing will include updates from NIH on ME/CFS-related research activities and a presentation by Lily Chu, MD, MSHS, Vice President of the International Association for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (IACFS/ME), on highlights from the IACFS/ME 2022 Virtual Medical […]

Long Covid Congressional Panel


Solve M.E. is continuing our event series with the Global Interdependence Center with a congressional panel on September 8 at 10 am PT/ 1 pm ET.  This Zoom webinar will feature Congressmen Bergman and Beyer, authors of the COVID-19 Long Hauler Act, as well a discussion of Long Covid Policy with patient, medical, and organization […]

Pediatric Post-COVID Conditions


Long COVID & Fatiguing Illness Recovery Program Presenters include: Peter C. Rowe, MD Director of the Chronic Fatigue Center at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center Professor of Pediatrics at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Katherine Rowe, MD Charles W. Lapp, MD Amanda Morrow, MD Laura Malone MD, PhD Ella Eastin A CDC-funded monthly webinar-style ECHO […]

OT: The Role of Occupational Therapy in Care for ME/CFS


What is Occupational Therapy? How can it help people with ME/CFS? Amy Mooney, MS OTR/L, will share her expertise and what patients should know if they are looking for an Occupational Therapist. This webinar will describe occupational therapy’s role for providing symptom management and improving the quality of life for individuals with ME/CFS. Amy will […]

Aila Health Presents Free Virtual Long Covid Summit


Our friends at Aila Health are hosting a free Long Covid Summit on Wednesday, September 21 8 AM - 3 PM PT to bring together specialists, longhaulers, caregivers, advocacy organizations, researchers and health system leaders to shed light on invisible illness and why Long Covid needs more attention. Solve M.E. Vice President of Advocacy and […]

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