A great review of recent research around ME/CFS by Dr. Henry Miller, Senior Fellow at the Pacific Research Institute.
Dr. Mike Snyder demonstrates how big data and wearable technology can lead to better health.
Dr. Juan Santiago presents his fascinating work on developing an ME/CFS bio-marker from observed Red Blood Cell Deformability.
Dr. Robert Phair presents an update on his theories and findings around Metabolic Trap research.
Director of Scientific and Medical Outreach, Jaime Seltzer of #MEAction, gave a talk on Wednesday during a session on “Big Data and ME/CFS” at Stanford University as part of the Third Annual Working Group Meeting on the Molecular Basis of ME/CFS sponsored by the Open Medicine Foundation.
On Saturday, September 7th, from 9 A.M. PDT the proceedings will be open to the public via live stream here.
For additional highlights of the conference proceedings please follow this twitter link.
Update: Day three ended with dinner for the scientists and the OMF at Ron Davis and Janet Dafoe’s home.
After a promising small trial of Cortene’s new experimental drug CT38, funds are being raised for a phase 2 trial. CT38 is believed to work by effectively reducing the amount of cortisol released by the adrenal glands through upregulation of stress receptors.
CNN profiles Stanford researcher Ron Davis and his efforts to help his son Whitney.
Known as a “nanoneedle,” the new device picks up on certain changes in electrical signals to identify people with ME/CFS. Read the official press release here.
Jared Younger is exploring the use of specialized MRI scans to detect neuroinflammation in ME/CFS patients.
Linked here is an excellent article on Yasuhito Nakatomi and Jarred Younger’s research into neuroinflammation.
Cincinnati Children’s researchers made a fundamental discovery last year about the Mono Virus (EBV).