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

Celebrating the Foundation's largest campaign in history!

Journey to Cure was implemented in 2012 with a goal of raising $60 million to support the Foundation’s mission to improve the health of people with rheumatic disease. By the end of 2016, Journey to Cure surpassed its goal by more than $1.4 million.


Dr. Eric Matteson of the Mayo Clinic, who is the president of the Rheumatology Research Foundation.

The President's Message

Foundation President Dr. Eric Matteson explains how the campaign is leading the way towards improved health. 


The Russell family, who joined Journey to Cure after their daughter was diagnosed with systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis.

Patient's Perspective

Read why Steve and Debbie Russell joined the Journey after their daughter's long road to a diagnosis.


Dr. Silverman, a rheumatologist at NYU Langone who developed a tool to measure B cells in immunologic memory.

From the Researcher

See how funding enabled Dr. Gregg Silverman to discover a tool that will reshape the search for a cure.


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

Stories of the Journey

Building Rheumatologists

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


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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