We are deeply saddened by the sudden death of Marcie Zinn, PhD, who was a dedicated researcher, advocate and person with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). Marcie died of sudden heart failure on Dec. 28, 2019.
Marcie and her husband, Mark, founded the Neurocognitive Research Institute (NCRI), a non-profit that specializes in 3D-mapping of the brain to assess brain activity and linkage between brain regions. The neurocognitive assessments they conduct are being used for ME research, and to help people with ME win disability claims.
Marcie was diagnosed with herpes viral encephalitis in 2009, which developed into ME, and her interest turned toward using her extensive brain mapping (qEEG / LORETA imaging ) and neuroscience skills for research into ME.
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