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ME/CFS and related chronic complex diseases

Ron Davis and Other Scientists Take a Stand against Bad Science

Meet Laurel Crosby, PhD, member of the SGTC Team

On this #OMFScienceWednesday we are pleased to introduce you to Laurel Crosby, PhD, who was the first member of the Stanford Genome Technology Center (SGTC) to join Ron in his quest to understand the molecular basis for ME/CFS. Laurel shared her story with OMF. “My name is Laurel Crosby, PhD, and I’m an Engineering Research...

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Ron Davis introduces NIH grant project (video)

We are pleased to share a new research update by OMF’s Scientific Advisory Board Director, Ronald W. Davis, PhD, produced by Ashley Haugen. In this brief video, Dr. Davis talks about his newly funded NIH grant. This grant will fund research for 5 years at $500,000 a year and will involve 15 collaborators, 9 of which have never worked...

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SGTC Research Conference Includes Focus On ME/CFS

 #OMFScienceWednesday share the highlights from this week’s Stanford Genome Technology Center (SGTC) research conference, an annual event where Dr. Ron Davis’ team assembles to share their results and discuss the future of their research. An entire session was dedicated to ME/CFS research, with additional sessions on SGTC’s core work in synthetic biology, genomics approaches to disease, and...

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Community Symposium: Available on LiveStream, YouTube and DVD

Deutsch English Español Français Nederlands Norsk We are pleased to share that the Community Symposium on the Molecular Basis of ME/CFS at Stanford University on Saturday, August 12th will be recorded and made available in two formats. The Symposium will be made available on OMF’s YouTube Channel for free or you can order a DVD for $15...

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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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Ron Davis and Other Scientists Take a Stand against Bad Science

Recent analysis and commentary from individuals not personally affected by ME/CFS have exposed the PACE Trial as having many flaws. In David Tuller’s three-part series, our ME/CFS Scientific Advisory Board director, Ronald W. Davis, PhD, is quoted. Now Prof. Davis and others have gone one step further and are asking that the medical journal’s editor arrange...

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