Driving research of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME / CFS),
Post Treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome (PTLDS), Fibromyalgia and Post COVID .

OMF-Funded Research Overview 2018

OMF-Funded Research 2018 I am proud to share with you the new and expanding research projects that we are funding this year. As we have recently shared, research is quickly expanding. We look forward to continuing to share updates with you about our exciting Collaborative Research Centers at Stanford and

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OMF Newsletter – March 2018

Linda Tannenbaum Named 2017 Advocate of the Year There’s an Angel Among Us – Linda Tannenbaum Is Offering Genuine Hope to ME / CFS Patients (Shared from ProHealth) ProHealth is proud to name Linda Tannenbaum, founder of Open Medicine Foundation, as ProHealth’s 2017 ME / CFS Advocate of the Year. ProHealth founder, Rich Carson said, “Linda is a

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OMF Newsletter – Winter 2018

2018 Begins with a Special $5 Million Gift from the Pineapple Fund Early in January, we were joyfully surprised by a generous $1 million gift from the Pineapple Fund, an anonymous bitcoin investor whose website states “because once you have enough money, money doesn’t matter.” “Pine” said that he/she is

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OMF Newsletter – December 2017

ME / CFS Collaborative Research Center Update from Ron Davis, PhD [fvplayer src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABeGOaHx8wg” width=”400″ height=”231″] We are happy to share a video research update from Dr. Ron Davis about the ME / CFS Collaborative Research Center at Stanford funded by OMF! This is the first of a 3-part series; the next two will feature Drs. Mike Snyder and Mark Davis of

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OMF Newsletter – November 2017

OMF Welcomes Jonas Bergquist, MD, PhD to our Scientific Advisory Board OMF enthusiastically welcomes Dr. Jonas Bergquist to our Scientific Advisory Board. Dr. Bergquist is a Full Chair Professor in Analytical Chemistry and Neurochemistry in the Department of Chemistry at Uppsala University, Sweden, Adjunct Professor in Pathology at the University

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OMF Newsletter – October 2017

Triple Giving Tuesday is Coming Soon We are thrilled to announce we will once again celebrate #GivingTuesday as Triple Giving Tuesday. Jack and Dilla Cosgrove and Family have generously pledged up to $100,000 to triple your support for research. If you give $250, the Cosgrove family will match $750 and your

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OMF Newsletter – August 2017

August 2017 DONATE TO OMF Community Symposium Summaries Now Published As you have probably heard by now, our recent Community Symposium on the Molecular Basis of ME / CFS at Stanford University was a huge hit! You can now read about the details in two pieces published by Raeka Aiyar, who emceed

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OMF Newsletter – July 2017

July 2017 DONATE TO OMF Community Symposium on the Molecular Basis of ME / CFS Sponsored by OMF Saturday, August 12, 2017 at Stanford University Join us to meet this outstanding team of researchers in person. Event Speakers: Ronald W. Davis, Stanford University Bob Naviaux, University of California, San Diego Chris Armstrong,

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OMF Newsletter – June 2017

Community Symposium on the Molecular Basis of ME / CFS Sponsored by OMF Saturday, August 12, 2017 at Stanford University Come hear from our amazing team in person! Join us for a unique and unprecedented opportunity to learn from and interact with these world-class scientists. Learn more Register Here Major Patient Care Improvements Coming

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OMF Newsletter – May 2017

HANSON, FLUGE AND MELLA JOIN OMF SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD! Dr. Davis has invited three additional outstanding scientists to join the OMF Scientific Advisory Board and they have accepted! Dr. Maureen Hanson, Cornell University (New York) Dr. Øystein Fluge, University of Bergen, Haukeland University Hospital (Bergen, Norway) Dr. Olav Mella, University

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OMF Newsletter – March 2017

OMF Launches the End ME / CFS Worldwide Tour A Personal Note From OMF CEO Linda Tannenbaum Dear Friends, Ten years ago our beautiful daughter became ill with sudden onset ME / CFS. That morning, she went to school perfectly fine. What happened during that day changed the course of our lives forever and

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