Cornell Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Consortium Boasts Big Crew

Discussion in 'ME/CFS and FM News' started by Cort, Oct 26, 2016.

  1. Cort

    Cort Founder of Health Rising and Phoenix Rising Staff Member

    The New Center for Enervating NeuroImmune Disease

    is directed by Maureen Hanson, Phd - the author of multiple ME/CFS studies. (Has family member with ME/CFS) and contains Dr. David Bell, Dr. Peterson, Dr. Levine, Dr. Chia (enteroviruses), Betsy Keller - (VO2 max studies in ME/CFS), Dikomo Shungu (lactate in the brain studies), members of Workwell (Stevens, Snell and Van Ness) and a bunch of researchers from Cornell.....

    It's big!


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    Avery August, Ph.D.
    Professor & Chair
    Microbiology & Immunology
    Cornell University
    aa749@cornell.edu
    T Cell Development
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    David Bell, M.D.
    Associate Clinical Professor
    Pediatrics
    SUNY Buffalo, NY
    Visiting Scientist, Cornell University

    Pediatric ME/CFS
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    Fabien Campagne, Ph.D.
    Research Assistant Professor
    Physiology & Biophysics
    Weill Cornell Medicine
    fc55@cornell.edu
    Bioinformatics, Gene Expression
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    John Chia, M.D.
    Assistant Professor
    UCLA School of Medicine
    President, EVMED Research

    Enteroviruses in ME/CFS
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    Andrew Clark, Ph.D.
    Jacob Gould Schurman Professor
    Nancy & Peter Meinig Family Investigator
    Molecular Biology & Genetics
    ac347@cornell.edu
    Genetic Variation in Human Populations
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    Olivier Elemento, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor
    Physiology & Biophysics
    Institute for Computational Biomedicine
    Weill Cornell Medicine
    ole2001@med.cornell.edu
    Genomics, Bioinformatics
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    Andrew Grimson, Ph.D.
    Assistant Professor
    Molecular Biology & Genetics
    Cornell University
    agrimson@cornell.edu
    microRNAs
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    Zhenglong Gu, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor
    Division of Nutritional Sciences
    Cornell University
    zg27@cornell.edu
    Mitochondrial Genomics
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    Alon Keinan, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor
    Biological Statistics
    & Computational Biology
    Cornell University
    ak735@cornell.edu
    Human Population & Medical Genetics
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    Betsy Keller, Ph.D.
    Professor
    Exercise & Sport Sciences
    Ithaca College
    keller@ithaca.edu
    ME/CFS Exercise Physiology
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    Susan Levine, M.D.
    Private Practice
    Manhattan, NY
    Visiting Scientist, Cornell University
    cfssuelev@earthlink.net
    Immunology & Adult ME/CFS
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    Ruth Ley, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor
    Molecular Biology & Genetics
    Microbiology
    Cornell University
    rel222@cornell.edu
    Microbiomes in Health & Disease
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    Daniel Peterson, M.D.
    Sierra Internal Medicine
    Simmaron Research
    Incline Village, NV

    ME/CFS Diagnosis & Treatment
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    David Ruppert, Ph.D.
    Andrew Schultz, Jr. Professor
    Statistical Science
    Cornell University
    dr24@cornell.edu
    Data Analysis
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    Frank Schroeder, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor
    Boyce Thompson Institute
    Chemistry & Chemical Biology
    Cornell University
    schroeder@cornell.edu
    Metabolomics
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    Dikoma Shungu, Ph.D.
    Professor of Physics in Radiology
    Radiology
    Weill Cornell Medicine
    dcs7001@med.cornell.edu
    Brain imaging, MRS & MRI
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    Christopher R. Snell, Ph.D.
    Scientific Advisory Committee Chair
    Workwell Foundation
    chris@workwellfoundation.org
    ME/CFS Exercise Physiology
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    Staci Stevens, MA
    Program Director
    Workwell Foundation
    staci@workwellfoundation.org
    ME/CFS Exercise Physiology
     
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