Chronic Disease Stakeholders Join Solve M.E. in Push for Federally Funded Research into Long COVID

December 4, 2020 Jointly authored letter serves as a warning about the increasing number of COVID-19 patients experiencing post-viral complications.  LOS ANGELES, CA — Twenty leading chronic disease stakeholders joined the Solve ME/CFS Initiative (Solve M.E.) in authoring a powerful letter urging Congress to fund millions of dollars in new National Institutes of Health (NIH) and […]

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ME/CFS and COVID-19 Long-Haulers: Read Our Op-Ed in The Guardian

Solve M.E. Chief Executive Officer Oved Amitay and Solve M.E. Research Advisory Council Member Dr. Anthony L. Komaroff (Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Senior Physician at Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston) recently published an op-ed piece about the urgent need to study the emerging connection between COVID-19 long-haulers and ME/CFS in […]

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Dr. Sadie Whittaker on the NANDS Working Group’s Strategic, Coordinated Approach to ME/CFS

Within any large organization is a system of operating that is best navigated by those who work within it. That’s why the ME/CFS community is lucky to have among its ranks, Dr. Vicky Whittemore (NINDS liaison to ME/CFS), who understood exactly what was needed to make progress on ME/CFS within NIH. A year ago, she […]

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National Institutes of Health Conferences Demonstrate ME/CFS Progress: How Far We’ve Come and How Far We Need to Go

Solve M.E.’s Chief Scientific Officer, Dr. Sadie Whittaker, introducing a clinician panel discussion with Solve M.E. Research Advisory Council members Tony Komaroff (moderator), Dr. Lucinda Bateman, Dr. Susan Levine, Dr. Jose Montoya, Dr. Peter Rowe, and Simmaron’s Dr. Dan Peterson at the NIH conferenceLast week, people with ME/CFS, researchers, and clinicians gathered at the National […]

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