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Category Tag: research round-up

Sept & Oct — Research Roundup

The end of September was a whirlwind! Between the CDC's website work, the CDC's awarding of a sole contract, the planning sessions for the NIH meeting, and the Stanford symposium, there wasn't much time to devote to breaking down the science.  If you'd like to see a quick run-down of ...

August 2018 — Research Roundup

August was a mixed month in the world of ME research, with some truly innovative studies coming out and a few that needed another couple of rounds with the thesis advisor.  Some great books and book chapters debuted -- and we faced Afflicted, battling not only the usual stigma, but the directors' ...

July 2018 — Research Roundup

July was a big month for scientific research in ME!  Many of the most well-known researchers and clinicians had papers this month including Klimas, Lipkin, Hornig, Levin, Peterson, Montoya, Julie Newton, Broderick, and Marshall-Gradisnik.  There were studies in epigenetics, NK cell function, the HPA axis, robots for schoolchildren with ME, ...