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Pathways April 2017

Foundation Facts

A rheumatoid arthritis patient is examined by a Rheumatologist.Foundation Facts
Get the breakdown of what the Foundation does and how it will help patients live healthier lives.


Press Releases

$61.4 Million Raised for Rheumatology Research, TrainingFireworks to celebrate the Foundation’s largest campaign in history, which went over goal by $1.4 million.
Foundation surpasses Journey to Cure goal



Nicole Bertolino, OTS (top left) and her colleagues at the Foundation's 2016 Student and Resident Experience.Dire Need for More Rheuamtologists Being Addressed
Foundation actively recruits medical students into the field


Dr. Gregg Silverman Foundation Funded Project Provides New Metric in Search for RA Cure
Gregg Silverman, MD, explains how study advances patient care


Charity Navigator 4-star logoCharity Navigator Awards Foundation Eighth 4-Star Rating
The Foundation continues to outperform most other charities in America 


Dr. and Mrs. Malawista standing side by side smilingDr. and Mrs. Malawista Honored by the Foundation
Tobé and the late Stephen Malawista recognized for support of early career researchers


Former American College of Rheumatology President Dr. Weaver.Arthur Weaver, MD Honored by the Foundation
Dr. Weaver honored for his leadership and commitment to the field of rheumatology


Former American College of Rheumatology President Dr. CohenStanley B. Cohen, MD Honored by the Foundation
Dr. Cohen recognized for his leadership of the Rheumatology Research Foundation


Former American College of Rheumatology President Dr. Mary Crow.2016 Awardees Announced
Funding will help train future rheumatologists and support innovative research


Pathways Newsletter

An image of a research lab with four rheumatologists working on  	Breakthroughs in medicineDiscovery a Potential Driving Force for More Precise Treatment
Researchers are using funding from the Rheumatology Research Foundation to explore a newly discovered type of T-cell that drives inflammation in the joints of people with rheumatoid arthritis. 


A rheumatology investigator handling vials in lab, working towards RA cures.#RheumLife: A Candidate for Reducing Inflammation
A rheumatic disease diagnosis is life-changing. Patients manage not only an often debilitating disease but their treatment options too. Researchers investigating novel therapies could inform new methods for treatment that simplify patients' lives.


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