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Category: Enrolling studies
Who: Dr. Rachael Blasiman and Hayley Shasteen at Kent State University are interested in shift workers and people with chronic conditions. You may still participate if you do not fit in either category. What: Participation is anonymous and involves taking a survey that will take approximately 30 minutes. The survey will ask questions about shift
Who: Dr. Nina Muirhead and the Study Team at Cardiff University, United Kingdom have developed a survey with two questionnaires, one for the patient and one for a life partner or family member. If you cannot be together to complete it, you can save and return. What: An international research study, looking at the impact
This online international ME/CFS Family Impact Study looks at the quality of life of patients and their family members.
What: Researchers at Southern Connecticut State University are currently enrolling individuals in a study that will examine an intervention app for people living with ME/CFS. This app monitors daily perceived and expended energy and fatigue levels. Participants will be asked to complete an online survey about their health history, ME/CFS symptomology, as well as current
Who: Looking for adult women with ME, Lyme’s Disease (post-treatment), or healthy controls that are currently living in Southern California or live within two hours of San Diego. Note that you will need to avoid food for three hours prior to your blood draw. What: Participants for the new Naviaux Lab Metabolomics Study are needed!
What: The Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) Society is recruiting individuals to participate in a genetic evaluation study. ME/CFS and EDS have a range of similarities and overlap. EDS is a connective tissue disorder in which musculoskeletal pain, joint pain/hypermobility, and fragile skin are considered common manifestations. Who: 1000 individuals with Hypermobile EDS as well as their family
Who: Researchers at Stony Brook University– funded by the National Institue of Health What: The goal of this study is to use data obtained from participants to compare the relationships between fatigue, physical activities and autonomic function (heart rate variability). Individuals with ME/CFS as well as healthy controls are needed. Those who participate over the entire
Overview The objective of this research study is to look in-depth at the clinical and biological characteristics of ME/CFS. Participants with ME/CFS are inpatients at the clinical center at NIH for approximately two weeks on their first visit and another two weeks if they return for the second round of the study. There will be
Who: Michael VanElzakker, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital/ Harvard Medical School is looking for participants living in, or near the Boston area to join his study. What: Participants will rest on their backs in a high-resolution MRI machine that is capable of measuring both the concentrations of certain chemicals and the movement of oxygenated blood in the brain.