People with Chronic Complex Diseases deserve the right to live full, productive lives.
OMF's goal is to raise $20+ million per year, in honor of the over 20 million ME / CFS sufferers worldwide.
18 World-renowned scientists
2 Nobel Laureates
5 National Academy of Sciences Members
5 OMF established ME / CFS Collaborative Research Centers
OMF’s score of 100 serves as an indicator of trust, demonstrating our longstanding commitment to ensuring accountability, transparency, and measures of financial health, including stability, efficiency and sustainability.
Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME / CFS) affects over 20 million people.
Established in 2012, Open Medicine Foundation (OMF) leads the largest, concerted worldwide nonprofit effort to diagnose, treat, and prevent ME / CFS and related chronic, complex diseases such as Post Treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome (PTLDS), Fibromyalgia and Post COVID.
OMF adds urgency to the search for answers by driving transformational philanthropy and investments into global research. We have raised over $28 Million from private donors, and facilitated and funded the establishment of five prestigious ME / CFS Collaborative Research Centers.
Ronald W. Davis, PhD
Innovative, collaborative, multi-disciplinary research
Jonas Bergquist, MD, PhD
Research for biomarkers in body and brain
Chris Armstrong, PhD
Precision personalized medicine research program
The five, OMF-funded, ME / CFS Collaborative Research Centers have launched an international study of the possible conversion of COVID-19 patients to ME / CFS.
This study, which seeks to learn about the pathways involved in the development of ME / CFS, can lead to biomarkers, new treatments, and prevention strategies.
Please help us expand our research efforts across the globe.
Every donation brings us closer to a fully funded research effort and the answers we all seek.