Yes. EpicGenetics has a research collaboration with Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. We are looking into potential links between fibromyalgia and chronic pain. This study began in 2021 and is expected to be completed later this year.
There is a study with Mayo Clinic looking at diagnostic time and cost. We will be documenting the ability of the FM/a® Test to expedite the diagnosis of fibromyalgia and to do so in a cost-effective manner.
We also have a study underway with Urology of Virginia, an affiliate of the University of Virginia on Interstitial Cystitis. The study is looking at whether there is a relationship between this painful bladder disease and fibromyalgia.
Research began on a genomics study at The University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago in 2017. The study is to determine if there are DNA-related pathways which explain why a person develops fibromyalgia.