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ME/CFS and related chronic complex diseases

Study Includes Creating a New Computer Program for BIG DATA Analysis

OMF-Funded Research 2018

OMF-Funded Research 2018 ME/CFS COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH CENTER AT STANFORD OMF is continuing to fund the ME/CFS Collaborative Research Center at Stanford. These are the projects currently underway: T cells and immunology Michael Sikora, in collaboration with Mark Davis, PhD, Lars Steinmetz, PhD, and Ron Davis, PhD, at Stanford University, will examine the role of T…

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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 Harvard and all of our…

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BU News Service: A Problem Coffee Cannot Fix; Boston Community Comes Together for ME/CFS

by Sarah Wells “Imagine you had the worst flu ever, but it never went away,” said Linda Tannenbaum, a clinical laboratory scientist, to a crowd gathered at Newton-Wellesley hospital earlier this month for a research update. She was describing Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, more commonly referred to as just “Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.” Despite its mild-sounding name, Chronic…

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Study Includes Creating a New Computer Program for BIG DATA Analysis

So many data points will need to be analyzed in the ME/CFS Severely Ill-BIG DATA Study—literally millions and millions—that we are creating a unique computer program to analyze it all. This new program will be able to process and compare the huge amount of data to find the biological abnormalities that the 20 severely ill…

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