Solve M.E. Funded Study Shows Evidence of Pathogen-driven Connection to Energy Production Problems in ME/CFS

Findings from International Research Group Published in ImmunoHorizons Show HHV-6 Connection to Energy Production Problems in ME/CFS In 2016, Bhupesh Prusty, PhD, a scientist at Julius Maximilians University of Würzburg in Germany, received pilot funding from the Solve M.E. Ramsay Research Grant Program to study the possible cause of dysfunctional mitochondria (energy producers in cells) in ME/CFS. […]

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Our Biggest Ramsay Class Ever Gears Up for New Studies and Collaborations

Last week we announced the research teams funded by Solve M.E.’s 2019 Ramsay Grant Program. The Program is designed to attract researchers to the ME/CFS field and generate pilot data that can be used to obtain follow-on funding. 2019 is our biggest year yet, with over 30 researchers working across seven projects. Not all research collaborators pictured As part of the rollout, we provided a place […]

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Announcing Solve M.E.’s new ME/CFS research program at Brigham’s and Women Hospital

Read Cort Johnson’s coverage of this new program here (Exercise Tests Suggest Autoimmunity Causes the Exertion Problems in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia and POTS) Solve ME/CFS Initiative (Solve M.E.) and our partners are initiating a new ME/CFS Research Fund at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) in Boston, MA. The establishment of this fund supports the […]

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Health Rising & Business Wire: Did MitoQ Mend Us?

Cort Johnson, founder of Healthrising.org, recently teamed up with neuroscientist Joshua Grant of Mendus.org to complete a six-week, 144 person study titled entitled “The influence of MitoQ on symptoms and cognition in fibromyalgia, myalgic encephalomyelitis and chronic fatigue.” Please note, this is a study, also called observational research, and is not a clinical trial. This […]

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