The CFSRC, directed by Dr. Ronald W. Davis, PhD (Professor of Biochemistry and Genetics) operates within the Stanford Genome Technology Center (SGTC). The goal of the CFSRC is to discover causes, a molecular diagnosis, and a cure for CFS.
Recently Prof. Davis announced an update on their research via YouTube. MEAction has written a summary of the recent update here.
Recent Publications by Prof Davis and co-workers
Esfandyarpour, R., et al. “Multifunctional, inexpensive, and reusable nanoparticle-printed biochip for cell manipulation and diagnosis.” Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2017, 114(8): E1306-E1315.
Baday, M., et al. “Integrating Cell Phone Imaging with Magnetic Levitation (i-LEV) for Label-Free Blood Analysis at the Point-of-Living.” Small, 2016, 12(9): 1222-1229.
Durmus, N. G., et al. “Magnetic levitation of single cells.” Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A., 2015, 112(28): E3661-E3668.