Fireworks to celebrate the Foundation’s largest campaign in history, which went over goal by $1.4 million.


With your help, we can transform the lives of millions people living with rheumatic diseases.

Leading Boldly: Transforming Rheumatology is the Rheumatology Research Foundation's third and most ambitious fundraising campaign, with a goal of raising $75 million over five years. 

 

Leading Boldly: Transforming Research

RESEARCH

By investing in high-risk, high-reward research, we are accelerating treatments and cures for patients with rheumatic disease.

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Leading Boldly: Transforming Training

TRAINING

Education and Training Awards cultivate future generations of rheumatology professionals and ensure people with rheumatic diseases receive the best treatment possible.

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Leading Boldly: Transforming Patient Care

IMPROVING PATIENT CARE

Understanding the shortage of rheumatologists and the growing demand for care, we strive to put more investigators in the labs studying rheumatic diseases and more people in offices treating patients.

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An infographic that shows where and how Journey to Cure donations are being used to improve care.

Transforming Rheumatology

Building Rheumatologists

Alexis Ogdie, MD, MSCE, explains how Foundation funding helped develop her rheumatology career.

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Improving Life

Steve and Debbie Russell describe their daughter's diagnosis and how the Foundation gives them hope.

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Three rheumatologists from the labs at Emory University

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