OMF ME/CFS Data Center

Open Medicine Foundation

The Open Medicine Foundation was founded by Linda Tannenbaum for the purpose funding and facilitating open and collaborative scientific research towards clinical breakthroughs for chronic complex diseases, such as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME / CFS), post treatment Lyme disease, and fibromyalgia, after her daughter came down with sudden onset ME/CFS. In fact many of the board members and researches at OMF have personal connections to the chronic complex diseases such as ME/CFS. The stellar advisory board consists of 2 Nobel laureates and doctorates at research centers from Stanford University, Harvard, and Uppsala University in Sweden. For more information visit

OMF Sponsors Second Annual Community Symposium & Working Group Meeting

ME/CFS Data Center

Here at the ME/CFS Data Center, the renowned geneticist Ronald W. Davis, PhD, has brought together expert scientists and clinicians for "The End ME/CFS Project", an international collaborative research project with the goal of developing diagnostic tools and treatments to ultimately find a cure for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME / CFS). We expect the studies will increase understanding of the disease at a molecular level and find diagnostic markers, effective treatments, and a cure. These discoveries may also reveal effective prevention strategies. Basic research will be conducted in the best scientific laboratories. ME/CFS clinicians will provide their intimate knowledge of the disease and conduct any clinical trials. We will work together until answers are found. For more information on Ronald W. Davis, PhD, visit here.

OMF Sponsors Inaugural Harvard Collaborative Research Center Science Meeting And Symposium