Arthritis and Aging Research

Brian Diekman, PhD is an assistant professor of biomedical engineering at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. He conducts his research at the Thurston Arthritis Research Center in the Rheumatology, Allergy and Immunology department. His areas of speciality include Tissue-engineering, stem cells,...

Aging is the primary risk factor for the development of osteoarthritis (OA). Every day, more than 27 million Americans suffer from grinding bone-on-bone pain, chronic stiffness, cartilage damage and the nagging ache of degenerative joint disease. An aging America is fueling a push for more research...

LONG BEACH, CA – Arthritis National Research Foundation (ANRF), a nonprofit dedicated solely to arthritis research, today announced new members to its world-renowned Scientific Advisory Board. Betty Diamond, M.D. and Paul J. Utz, M.D., Ph.D. will bring their expertise and experience to help fund research...

LONG BEACH, CA - Arthritis National Research Foundation (ANRF) announced grant awards totaling over $1.2 million, its largest to date, committed towards finding a cure for arthritis. ANRF funds grants to innovative researchers studying new treatments and cures for arthritis and related autoimmune diseases. Tweet This The...

In Part 2 of her interview on Arthritis Now, Gout researcher, Dr. Mara McAdams-Demarco of Johns Hopkins, continued to explain her research that was jointly funded by the Arthritis National Research Foundation and the American Federation For Aging Research. In the video above, Dr. McAdams-DeMarco talks...

Gout researcher, Dr. Mara McAdams-Demarco of Johns Hopkins, is the first ever grant recipient of the ANRF-AFAR award on aging. The Arthritis National Research Foundation and the American Federation For Aging Research understand that by collaborating on aging research, and more specifically for this project,...