Rheumatoid Arthritis Research

Rheumatoid arthritis is estimated to affect 1.5 million Americans, with 75% of those being women. It usually begins between the ages of 40-60. RA is known by sufferers to cause flares of intense inflammation and pain, mobility problems, and disfigurement. Four ANRF researchers are taking...

This November, thousands of medical professionals in the field of rheumatology gathered in Atlanta, Georgia to collaborate, learn, and celebrate the achievements of their colleagues. Each year, from a cohort of thousands of ACR physicians, health professionals, and scientists, a handful of exceptional people have the...

ANRF Alumni, Dr. Betty Tsao, Dr. Jian Zhao and their colleagues identified a genetic risk factor for autoimmune disease found in an under-explored genomic region Last year, Nature Genetics published findings by a team of ANRF Alumni at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) uncovering a...