Groundbreaking research and improved training for rheumatology professionals leads to better patient outcomes.
We provide funding to help recruit medical and doctoral students into rheumatology, train rheumatologists in all stages of their career and support investigators conducting research that will lead us to more options for people with rheumatic disease.
Dr. Holoshitz's research could lead to new treatments for rheumatoid arthritis.
Dr. Bernstein is studying lung transplants for those with autoimmune diseases.
Dr. Markovitz's study could one day be used to treat childhood arthritis.
Dr. Ogdie's study could help optimize clinical trials for psoriatic arthritis.
Dr. Chan is studying how genetics impact arthritis.
Dr. Navarro-Millán's electronic tool improves communication between patients and rheumatologists.
Dr. Niewold's study could help patients find the right medication sooner.
Dr. Haque is training tomorrow's rheumatologists.
Dr. Jayatilleke is developing an innovative method for training future rheumatologists
Dr. Henderson is studying systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis.
Dr. Markovitz's study could reduce the mortality rate in lupus patients.
Dr. Suarez-Almazor created a private Facebook community for patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
Dr. Walsh is studying Axial Spondyloarthritis (AxSpA) diagnosis and treatment.
Dr. Silverman developed a tool to measure the underlying cause of rheumatoid arthritis.
Dr. Lefebvre is using stem cells to better understand joint damage caused by rheumatoid arthritis.
Dr. Firestein is studying the LBH gene to better understand the genetic mechanisms behind joint damage and synovial inflammation.
Dr. Weaver's study could guide future efforts to prevent juvenile arthritis.
Dr. Tarrant is studying a new technology that could deliver rheumatoid arthritis medication straight to the affected joints.
Dr. Rao is studying a newly discovered T-cell. His work could lead to new treatments with fewer side effects.
See who is building a better understanding of rheumatic disease.
Take an active role in the journey to cure rheumatic disease.
Show your support with one of our many giving options.
Get the latest news and updates on Foundation-funded research and training.
We need your expertise and passion to make a difference in the search for a cure.
Help raise awareness and support others. Share your story on our Facebook page.
Give today and help find a cure for rheumatic disease.
Rheumatology Research Foundation | 2200 Lake Boulevard NE | Atlanta, GA 30319 | (404) 365-1373