- CFS in children population: current knowledge summary
- How common are depression & anxiety in adolescents with CFS?
- Using plasma autoantibodies of Central Nervous System proteins to distinguish veterans with Gulf War Illness from healthy & symptomatic controls
- Characterization of post–exertional malaise in patients with ME/CFS
- An analysis of 2‐day cardiopulmonary exercise testing to assess unexplained fatigue
Tag Archives: Elizabeth R. Unger
ME Research UK report: CDC Grand Round presentation, 23 Feb 2016 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the US hosts regular ‘Public Health Grand Rounds’, which focus on particular topics of interest. Last week, the topic was ME/CFS … Continue reading
Research abstract: Recent evidence suggests immune and inflammatory alterations are important in chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). This study was done to explore the association of functionally important genetic variants in inflammation and immune pathways with CFS. Peripheral blood DNA was … Continue reading
“Interim Results of a Multi-site Clinical Study of ME/CFS” Published on Dec 18, 2014 Elizabeth R. Unger, Phd, MD of the CDC, gives a presentation during OFFER’s 2014 Healthcare Provider’s Conference.
Advances in Clinical Care and Translational Research: a Continuing Medical Education Conference Presented by the Department of Medicine and Division of Infectious Diseases and Geographic Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine and Stanford Hospital & Clinics. March 19, 2014 … Continue reading
Patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) had significantly less activation of the basal ganglia in response to a known stimulus compared with a control group, American researchers report. Brain imaging during a simulated reward task showed reduced activation in the … Continue reading