Effects of Long Covid and ME/CFS on Sleep


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 Telebriefing


NIH’s next ME/CFS Advocacy Call will be held on May 1, 2023 from 12:00 – 1:00 pm ET. The webinar will include updates from NIH on ME/CFS-related research activities and a scientific presentation by Avik Roy, PhD, and Gunnar Gottschalk, PhD, investigators at Simmaron Research and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Please register in advance! During the webinar, […]

Advocacy Cafe Chat


Advocacy Cafe is a community-favorite event that brings you more stories, inspiration, and conversations to connect and empower our advocates.  Our next session will be on Friday, May 12 at 12 pm PT/ 3 pm ET to coincide with World ME Day. Solve M.E.’s Emily Taylor will bring you a recap of this month’s Advocacy […]

The Institute for Neuro Immune Medicine: ME/CFS Conference


The Institute for Neuro Immune Medicine will host the conference in the Alan B. Levan Innovation Center on the Nova Southeastern University campus in Davie, FL May 19th 12:30 – 5pm The goal of the conference is to highlight new information, present ongoing research and new services being offered in their clinic. Among the topics to […]

Stem Cell Therapy As a Potential Treatment for Long Covid


Solve is hosting the Hope Biosciences Research Foundation (HBRF) for a webinar on Thursday, May 25 at 10AM PT. HBRF has conducted three FDA-authorized studies in mesenchymal cell therapy for COVID-19 prevention and treatment, and two studies in Long Covid.  Join Solve President Oved Amitay and HBRF founder Donna Chang for a comprehensive discussion of […]

NASEM Hosts Chronic Illness Workshop with Key ME/CFS Voices


The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) is hosting a two-day workshop bringing together clinicians, researchers, and other stakeholders to create a scientific paradigm shift by examining common biological and clinical factors in chronic illnesses associated with prior infectious disease.  The public workshop, “Toward a Common Research Agenda in Infection-Associated Chronic Illnesses: A […]

July Advocacy Cafe


Advocacy Cafe is a community-favorite event that brings you more stories, inspiration, and conversations to connect and empower our advocates. This month's session will take place 7/21 at 12 pm PT/ 3 pm ET and feature a conversation with Solve M.E.’s Emily Taylor about our appropriations process. Please note — no registration is required. Join […]

The Future of Symptom Tracking: Exploring STAT Health’s Revolutionary In-Ear Device That Measures Blood Flow to Head


Solve M.E. is excited to host STAT Health CEO Daniel Lee for a conversation about their innovative in-ear wearable device. We'll discuss how the STAT in-ear wearable measures blood flow to the head, tracks changes in heart rate and blood pressure trend when users stand up. Designed to empower individuals with ME/CFS, Long Covid, and […]

IACFS/ME 2023 International Scientific Conference


Mark your calendars July 27 - 29, 2023 for the IACFS/ME's International Scientific Conference to be held at Stony Brook University in Stony Brook, New York, USA. This will be their 16th Scientific Conference! Program will include: Research presentations Innovative symposia Clinical workshops Poster sessions Suggestions on possible topics, speakers, workshops or organizations should be sent […]

Caregiver Corner: Resilience Tools for Difficult Times


In this webinar series, Stephanie Harrison, founder of The New Happy, joins Solve M.E. to help you cultivate greater well-being. She will share her unique perspective as a caregiver fused with her expertise in applied positive psychology. Her interdisciplinary approach to studying happiness is based on hundreds of academic studies and original research that informs […]

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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