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Research projects (11)
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Research projects

ACT-CFS Pilot Study - Pilot Study to Evaluate an Innovative Activity Scale for Children and Adolescents with ME/CFS
Project status:
Completed
Country:
Germany
Principal investigator:
Uta Behrends
Organisations:
University Hospital rechts der Isar (MRI TUM), Technical University of Munich (TUM)
Research period:
Not available
Research types:
Epidemiological research
Research areas:
General
Autoimmunity Risk Variants in the PTPN22 and CTLA4 Genes are Associated with Infectious Onset of ME/CFS
Project status:
Completed
Country:
Germany
Principal investigator:
Sophie Steiner
Organisations:
Charité – University Medicine Berlin
Research period:
Not available
Research types:
Basic research
Research areas:
Immunological dysfunction, Genetic risk factors, General
Cell Morphology, Cell Deformability and Microclots in ME/CFS
Project status:
Ongoing
Country:
Germany
Principal investigator:
Annick Fehrer
Organisations:
Charité – University Medicine Berlin
Research period:
2024-01-01
to 2026-12-31
Research types:
Basic research
Research areas:
Hemic and lymphatic system disorders, Infections
Development of Diagnostic Tests to Detect Autoantibodies in CFS
Project status:
Ongoing
Country:
Germany
Principal investigator:
Carmen Scheibenbogen
Organisations:
Charité – University Medicine Berlin
Research period:
Not available
Research types:
Basic research
Research areas:
Immunological dysfunction
Endothelial Dysfunction and Altered Endothelial Biomarkers in Patients with Post-COVID-19 Syndrome and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS)
Project status:
Completed
Country:
Germany
Principal investigator:
Milan Haffke
Organisations:
Charité – University Medicine Berlin
Research period:
Not available
Research types:
Clinical research
Research areas:
Cardiovascular dysfunction
Establishing Immunological Assays for the Diagnostics of ME/CFS
Project status:
Ongoing
Country:
Germany
Principal investigator:
Annick Fehrer
Organisations:
Charité – University Medicine Berlin
Research period:
Not available
Research types:
Basic research
Research areas:
Immunological dysfunction
Evidence and Effect of Serum Factors in Patients with ME/CFS after COVID-19 on Endothelial Cell Function In Vitro
Project status:
Ongoing
Country:
Germany
Principal investigator:
Kanchan Dulal
Organisations:
Charité – University Medicine Berlin
Research period:
Not available
Research types:
Basic research
Research areas:
Cardiovascular dysfunction
Extracellular Vesicles from Plasma as Potential Biomarkers for an Improved Diagnosis of Endothelial Dysfunction in ME/CFS
Project status:
Completed
Country:
Germany
Principal investigator:
Diana Boristowski
Organisations:
Charité – University Medicine Berlin
Research period:
Not available
Research types:
Basic research
Research areas:
Cardiovascular dysfunction
Impact of the serum of Post-COVID-Syndrome patients without vs with ME/CFS on endothelial cell function
Project status:
Completed
Country:
Germany
Principal investigator:
Lavinia Flaskamp
Organisations:
Charité – University Medicine Berlin
Research period:
Not available
Research types:
Basic research
Research areas:
Cardiovascular dysfunction
POTS-CFS Study: Orthostatic Intolerance in the Context of Pediatric ME/​CFS (POTS-CFS)
Project status:
Completed
Country:
Germany
Principal investigator:
Uta Behrends
Organisations:
University Hospital rechts der Isar (MRI TUM), Technical University of Munich (TUM)
Research period:
2021-12-06
to 2022-11-22
Research types:
Epidemiological research
Research areas:
Nervous system disorder, Cardiovascular dysfunction
Sodium Content in Lower Leg Muscle in Patients with ME/CFS
Project status:
Completed
Country:
Germany
Principal investigator:
Elisabeth Petter
Organisations:
Charité – University Medicine Berlin
Research period:
Not available
Research types:
Clinical research
Research areas:
Musculoskeletal system disorder, Nutritional and metabolic system disorder