List of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Advisory Committee Members

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Committee Members, past and present, and term served[edit | edit source]

  • Rebecca Artman (patient advocate), Middleburg, Florida, Term: 1 Dec 2005 to 1 Dec 2008[1] & 3 Jan 2006 to 3 Jan 2010[2]
  • Lucinda Bateman, MD, PC, Salt Lake City, Utah, Term: 1 Dec 2005 to 1 Dec 2008[1], 3 Jan 2006 to 3 Jan 2010[2] & 13 Dec 2017 to 7 Sep 2018 [3]
  • David S. Bell, MD, Lyndonville, New York, Term: 2003 to 2005, Served as Committee Chair[4]
  • Dane B. Cook, PhD, Madison, Wisconsin, Term: 10 May 2010 to 10 May 2014,[6] 10 May 2014 to 10 May 2017
  • Mary Dimmock, served as a member of the CFSAC Clinical Trial and Treatment Working Group in 2017-2018.
  • Kristine Healy, MPH, PA-C, Chicago, Illinois, Term: 12/01/05 to 12/01/08[1] & 01/03/06 to 01/03/10[2]
  • Susan M. Levine, MD, New York, New York, Term: 05/10/10 to 05/10/14,[6] 5/10/14 to 12/10/17[9], Served as Committee Chair
  • Gailen D. Marshall Jr., MD, PhD, Jackson, Mississippi, Term: 05/10/10 to 05/10/14[6], Served as Committee Chair
  • Jason Newfield, Esq., Garden City, New York, Term: 07/01/06 to 07/01/09[1] & 07/01/06 to 07/01/10[2]
  • Faith Newton, Ed.D, Dover, Delaware, Term: 07/01/14 to 07/01/18[9], Served as Committee Chair
  • James M. Oleske, MD, MPH, CIP, Newark, New Jersey, Term: 12/01/05 to 12/01/08[1] & 01/03/06 to 01/03/10, Served as Committee Chair[2]
  • Jacqueline E. Rose, MD, Columbia, Maryland, Term: 06/13/12 to 07/13/12[12](Her term was to extend until 06/13/16 but she resigned after one month.)[13]
  • Staci Stevens (exercise physiologist), MA, Ripon, California, Term: 09/29/03 to 09/29/06[1]
  • Ann Vincent, MD, Rochester, MN, Term: 04/10/11 to 04/10/15 (Resigned midway through term)[15]

Liaison representatives, past and present, and term served[edit | edit source]

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

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