Prior research indicates that chemical exposures from the Gulf War impact lipid homeostasis, as well as contribute to inflammatory and metabolic dysfunction. Having seen lipid sex-specific differences in animal models, researchers sought to examine human plasma lipids. Distinct differences were found in the lipid profiles of males versus females with GWI.
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Read more about the creation and development of GWICTIC – the Gulf War Illness Clinical Trials and Interventions Consortium.
This study, featured on the cover of this issue of the Brain Sciences journal, puts forth groundbreaking implications for diagnosing Gulf War Illness (GWI). Adding to the frustration of GWI, is the fact that to date, there isn’t an objective tool for diagnosis. Findings of this research revealed significant elevation in Central Nervous System (CNS) […]
The Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs (CDMRP) included Gulf War Illness Clinical Trials and Interventions Consortium (GWICTIC) and Boston Biorepository, Recruitment, and Integrative Network (BBRAIN) in their 2018 GWI Research Highlights. These consortia are the headed by Dr. Nancy Klimas (Nova Southeastern) and Dr. Kimberly Sullivan (Boston University).
Check out KSAT12’s news segment highlighting the work of Dr. Nancy Klimas, Director of the Institute for Neuro Immune Medicine at Nova Southeastern University, and head of the Gulf War Illness Program at the Miami VA.