Arthritis Now

Two time grant recipient (1992 & 1996), Dr. Salvatore Albani, will be the next featured guest on Arthritis Now. Dr. Albani has been all over the world conducting research, from Italy to Singapore, to gain a global approach on how to find a cure. As...

Arthritis Now sat down with Ziaur Rahman, MD, PhD, and talked about the research position he currently holds and the exciting research he's doing regarding lupus. Dr. Rahman was an Arthritis National Research Foundation grant recipient from 2010-2011 when he began investigating the tolerance of lupus, which is what he is still currently focusing on.

In Part 2 of our interview with Dr. Bottini of the La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology, we continued talking about his rheumatoid arthritis research and the current state of federal funding and why private fundraising is important to fueling young scientists with innovative, new ideas.

Arthritis Now spoke with Dr. Nunzio Bottini, Associate Professor of Cellular Biology at the La Jolla Institute of Allergy and Immunology, about his work in arthritis research and what his latest project involves. Dr. Bottini is also an attending physician in the Division of Rheumatology at the University of California San Diego and received a grant from ANRF six years ago. The doctor also graced the cover of the latest issue

Arthritis Now sat down with Dr. P.J. Utz, Professor of Medicine in Rheumatology and Immunology at Stanford University. Dr Utz serves as the Medical Scientist Training Program Director at Stanford as well, where he trains up-and-coming scientists in a laboratory setting and helps them to formulate their research projects in a way that puts them on the path for success.

Each month Arthritis Now brings to light the cutting edge projects of the scientists currently and previously funded by the Arthritis National Research Foundation. It is from their investigations at institutions across the country that we become that much closer to finding a cure for arthritis and related autoimmune diseases. Our next guest will be Dr. Ziaur Rahman of Penn State University.

As part of the Arthritis National Research Foundation’s effort to educate and spread awareness on the various forms of Arthritis, we have created the interview series, Arthritis Now, in which different guests in the arthritis community will speak on recent news and developments.