Arthritis Now

Arthritis Now sat down with Dr. Iannis Adamopoulos, Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of California, Davis, and spoke about his research regarding rheumatoid arthritis. After receiving his first grant as The Sontag Foundation Fellow of the Arthritis National Research Foundation from 2011-2012, he...

We continued our interview with Dr. Damini Jawaheer of Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute, where she is an assistant scientist studying the genetic correlation between pregnancy and rheumatoid arthritis and how the disease goes into remission when women become pregnant. She further explains her research...

Damini Jawaheer, PhD is an assistant scientist at Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute where she is currently helming a research project that looks at the influence of genes on rheumatoid arthritis during pregnancy; specifically, how the disease goes into remission when women become pregnant. The...

As a 2006-2007 grant recipient of the Arthritis National Research Foundation, Damini Jawaheer, PhD will be the next featured Arthritis Now guest. Women with rheumatoid arthritis suffer fewer symptoms during pregnancy; in fact, many consider their RA “in remission” during this time. As an Assistant...

Dr. Albani, Director of the Singhealth Center for Translational Immunology in Singapore, sits down with ANRF to discuss his juvenile arthritis research. As a rheumatologist and immunologist, Dr. Albani has focused his work on manipulating immunology functions and has developed a new drug that has been...