It’s our one-year anniversary and we’re celebrating all month!
Today, we announce our 2021 Ramsay Researchers!
The Solve M.E. Ramsay Grant Program is designed to build a workforce, with a special focus on early-career investigators, and to allow researchers to generate data to support larger grant applications.
The Ramsay network now includes more than 60 researchers around the world and has resulted in more than $7 million dollars of additional research funding.
This year, the number of applications increased by about 130% and they earned the highest ever impact scores from our peer review panel.
Our 2021 Ramsay Researchers are:
Symptoms, mechanisms and sex: Exploring the sex differences in ME/CFS through integrated computational analyses
Physiological and cognitive function in patients with PASC or ME before and after inspiratory muscle training
David Esteban, PhD, Vassar College
Microbial aryl hydrocarbon receptor agonists in ME/CFS
Blood-brain barrier imaging as a biomarker for ME/CFS
Efthymios Kalafatis, Data Scientist and Predictive Analytics Consultant
Application of machine learning and text analytics in a cohort of people with ME/CFS and people with Long Covid to capture disease severity, potential associations and sequential patterns of events
Aaron Ring, MD, PhD (Principal Investigator) and Jill Jaycox, PhD, from Yale University
Discovery of pathological autoantibodies in ME/CFS and post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection
Jennifer Stone, PhD, Australian National University
ME/CFS and Long Covid: Are they the same condition?
Our vision–to create the world’s largest ME/CFS and Long Covid database and accelerate the search for a cure–is ambitious and impossible without YOU.
Expanding support for research programs like the Ramsay Grants is critical and one of our most important initiatives. You can help. To learn more, please click here.
Your data makes a difference. Together, we can finally end the suffering of millions.
The You + ME Team