Did you serve in the Gulf War, Operation Desert Storm/Desert Shield or Operation Iraqi Freedom? Please follow the link to the: GWI Survey Study.
Ft. Lauderdale-Davie Center for Collaborative Research, 4th Floor 3301 College Avenue Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314 Directions
Kendall Kendall Village Center Professional Arts Bldg., Suite 111 8501 SW 124th Avenue Miami, FL 33183 Directions
Our priority is the safety of our research participants and clinical research staff. We will continue to monitor research operations and maintain close communications with research participants that are currently enrolled in active research studies. We will continue to recruit interested participants in studies in order to continue our efforts in advancing knowledge and care for people with complex neuro-inflammatory illnesses. We will begin scheduling participants for onsite visits starting June 15th.
Myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS), Gulf War illness (GWI), as well as other fatigue-related illnesses are poorly understood. Individuals can experience severe, long-lasting fatigue, which cannot be properly explained through extensive diagnostic procedures. Our research partnership with the CDC, Miami VA, NIH, other universities and private institutions furthers the understanding in the medical community as to how these illnesses affect their patients which can be used to develop a better understanding for improved health care.
Your participation will be contributing to the knowledge and understanding of these illnesses. With your help, people with ME/CFS, GWI and other fatiguing illnesses may be better treated in the future. We thank you in advance for your participation and continued support.
For more information, please contact us at 305-575-7648 or email VHAMIAGWI@va.gov.
The Gulf War Illness Clinical Trials and Interventions Center (GWICTIC) is conducting several clinical trials and interventions aimed at understanding Gulf War Illness, also known as 'chronic multisymptom illness'. These clinical trials are funded by the Department of Defense (DoD) and will be conducted at NSU's Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine, Boston University, Bronx VAMC, New Jersey War Related Illness and Injury Study Center (WRIISC), and the California U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs War Related Illness and Injury Study Center (WRIISC). For more information, please contact us at 954-262-2870 or email GWICTIC@nova.edu.
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