Research : The End ME/CFS Project …
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The End ME/CFS Project encompasses OMF funded and facilitated research conducted within five ME/CFS Collaborative Research Centers (CRCs). OMF’s guiding strategy focuses on open, collaborative research so that precise diagnostic tools and life-changing treatments can be available to people with related chronic complex diseases as soon as possible.
Funding an internationally-based research network instead of single researchers ensures the stability and collaboration essential for an outcomes-focused, transparent, and multi-pronged approach to finding answers.
OMF Accelerates Research Across The Globe
Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME / CFS) affects over 20 million people.
Established in 2012, Open Medicine Foundation (OMF) leads the largest, concerted worldwide nonprofit effort to diagnose, treat, and prevent ME / CFS and related chronic, complex diseases such as Post Treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome (PTLDS), Fibromyalgia and Post COVID.
OMF adds urgency to the search for answers by driving transformational philanthropy and investments into global research. We have raised over $28 Million from private donors, and facilitated and funded the establishment of five prestigious ME / CFS Collaborative Research Centers.
Dr. Geraghty undertakes ME/CFS research at the University of Manchester Centre for Primary Care, bringing together clinicians and techical staff. He has a wealth of research experience and understands the issues facing patients with ME/CFS. His work is internationally recognised.