We list in chronological order all the research that has been published on ME/CFS since the year 2000 that received financial support from the ME Association Ramsay Research Fund.
There are two additional pages in this section that relate to published research:
- ME Association summary research reviews,
- The PACE trial reanalysis, illness management reports and other trial reviews
Published Research (from 2000 to present):
2019: Polli, Nijs et al. Relationship Between Exercise-induced Oxidative Stress Changes and Parasympathetic Activity in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: An Observational Study in Patients and Healthy Subjects
2017: Keith Geraghty et al. ME/CFS patients’ reports of symptom changes following cognitive behavioural therapy, graded exercise therapy and pacing treatments: Analysis of a primary survey compared with secondary surveys
2017: Joanna Elson et al. Clinically proven mtDNA mutations are not common in those with chronic fatigue syndrome (The MEA contributed £5,000 to this study which was largely funded by Action for M.E.)
The ME Association Ramsay Research Fund
We are a national charity working hard to improve the lives of people devastated by an often-misunderstood neurological disease.
We believe biomedical research offers the best hope to people affected by M.E. If you would like to support our investment then please donate to the Ramsay Research Fund.
Just click the image opposite to visit our JustGiving page for single donations, to establish a regular payment or to begin fundraising.
ME Association Registered Charity Number 801279
Other pages in this section:
- Research Projects:
RRF investment in infrastructure and laboratory research. Also, position statements on long-term initiatives like the Rituximab clinical trial and the Post-Mortem Tissue Bank and how you can donate tissue after death.
- Published Research:
RRF studies from 2000 to present; PACE Trial reanalysis and critical commentary, and MEA illness management reports and critical trial reviews; MEA research summaries and research updates.
- Volunteering for Research:
ME/CFS research requiring volunteers.
- CFS/ME Research Collaborative:
The ME Association is an active member of the Executive Board of the CMRC. Here you can learn more about this organisation, become a member, read the conference reviews, and meeting summaries.
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