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Big Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Grant Explores Why Men Get ME/CFS

Dr. Mary Fletcher and the ME/CFS research team at the Institute for Neuroimmune Medicine at Nova Southeastern University have received a very large grant ($1.9 million) from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke at the NIH. This grant will look for biomarkers in, get this, men Read more [...]

Models Suggesting Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Is “Amenable to Intervention” Provide Hope: Dr. Broderick Talks

"The objective is to deliver relief as quickly as possible but to keep working on the problem until we find a cure." - Gordon Broderick Dr. Gordon Broderick of Dr. Klimas' Institute for Neuro Immune Medicine at Nova Southeastern University (NSU) was in a loquacious mood. He likes what he’s seeing Read more [...]

Quick Hits from Dr. Klimas’ NSU Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Clinic Opening: Tweeting the Conference

Some quick hits from the daylong celebration of the opening of  Dr. Klimas  Institue for Neuro-Immune Medicine  at Nova Southeastern University. The full blog of the day will be posted on the Simmaron Rising page on the Simmaron Research Foundations website. Dean Opens the Celebration 26 Read more [...]

An ME/CFS Celebration: Dr. Klimas and Nova Southeastern’s Coming Out Party

Dr. Klimas' New Opportunity Stating that she was offered 'an opportunity of a lifetime', Dr. Klimas announced she was moving to Nova Southeastern to create an  Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine in December of last year.  NSU  had made her an offer - a commitment to build a framework for Read more [...]