Laurel Crosby, PhD, and her colleague Fereshteh Jahaniani, PhD, explain how dedicated they are to doing the research to find answers to ME / CFS at the Stanford Genome Technology Center.
Crosby is the engineering research associate and Jahaniani is the leading research in the ME / CFS multi-omics study.
The Stanford Genome Technology Center (SGTC) develops new technologies to solve questions and problems in biology. The goal is to increase accuracy and reduce cost. These innovations could help research and clinical care. Ronald W. Davis, PhD, is the director of the SGTC and oversees the ME / CFS research to find the biological cause, and develop technologies to discover disease mechanisms and diagnostic tests.