Welcome to the Arthritis National Research Foundation’s arthritis video gallery. Check back often as we are constantly working to provide updated arthritis research information through our web series, Arthritis Now, as well as other arthritis awareness videos.
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|Translating Science Into Cures|
The Arthritis National Research Foundation is committed to finding new treatments and cures for the over 46 million people and over 300,000 children who suffer from arthritis and its related diseases.
|The Cure Arthritis Action Pak|
Announcing the Cure Arthritis Action Pak! You’re tool to tell the world it’s time to cure arthritis! You can be an ambassador for change! Get your pak at https://curearthritis.org/Action-Pak
Arthritis affects 50 million Americans, including 300,000 children. At the Arthritis National Research Foundation we believe arthritis research will be the key to a cure.
|Juvenile Arthritis Awareness|
Juvenile Arthritis Advocate and Arthritis National Research Foundation Advisory Board member, Christine Schwab, raises awareness for juvenile arthritis. Support ANRF as we continue to search for a cure for juvenile arthritis.
|Arthritis… Not Just What You Think|
Most people think of arthritis as an old person’s diseases. The reality is that arthritis affects people of all ages, including kids. An estimated 50 million Americans including 300,000 kids suffer from arthritis.
|Supporting Juvenile Arthritis Research|
LPGA tour pro, Kristy McPherson, has been dealing with juvenile arthritis since age 11. As a board member and spokesperson for ANRF she is speaking and meeting with kids to raise awareness that kids get arthritis.
|Osteoarthritis, Obesity and Free Radicals|
Dr. Timothy Griffin of the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation talks about his Arthritis National Research Foundation (ANRF) grant. Currently he is studying how obesity affects osteoarthritis and the balance of how free radicals play an important role in arthritis.
|Inflammatory Arthritis Therapy [Part 2]|
In Part 2 of his interview on Arthritis Now, Dr. Nigrovic talks about joining ANRF’s Scientific Advisory Board and what his lab is currently achieving in the field of inflammatory arthritis.
|Inflammatory Arthritis Therapy [Part 1]|
New ANRF Scientific Advisory Board Member and Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Peter Nigrovic, discusses his work regarding inflammatory arthritis. He goes on to explain his pioneering work in mouse models with arthritis, discovering neutrophils, and how his work may lead to possible new arthritis therapies in the future.
|Finding The Cause of Osteoarthritis [Part 2] |
In Part Two of her interview with Arthritis Now, Dr. Li, outlines the goals of her research, both long-term and short term and explains the results of her work after successfully inducing a transgenic mouse model with osteoarthritis.
|Finding The Cause of Osteoarthritis [Part 1]|
Yingcui Li, Ph.D. is a two-time ANRF Grant Recipient and currently a full-time professor at the University of Hartford. Her paramount research on osteoarthritis focuses on the simple sugar molecule, hyaluronan, and its presence in the synovial joint fluid. The absence of hyaluronan, she discovered, can bring about the onset of osteoarthritis.
|Groundbreaking Autoimmune Scientist Talks TNF & ANRF’s History |
As one of ANRF’s first grant recipients, Dr. Gale “Morrie” Granger speaks about his history with the foundation, his current involvement on the Board of Directors, and the mission of the nonprofit organization today.
|Robert Terkeltaub, M.D. |
Scientific Advisory Board member, Robert Terkeltaub, M.D., is the Chief of Rheumatology at the VA Medical Center as well as a Professor of Medicine in Residence at the UC San Diego.
|Bevra Hahn, M.D. |
Scientific Advisory Board member,Bevra Hahn, M.D., is a professor and former chief of the Division of Rheumatology at UCLA. She is also a former president of the American College of Rheumatology.
|Salvatore Albani, M.D., Ph.D. |
Dr. Albani is a world renowned pediatric rheumatologist and researcher originally from Italy. He was awarded grants from the Arthritis National Research Foundation in 1992 and 1996.
|Ankylosing Spondylitis Athlete | Helgi Olafson|
Helgi Olafson is a Racing For A Cure Athlete who is also afflicted with Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS). His AS can be debilitating, but his is determined to show the world that you can thrive despite having Ankylosing Spondylitis. Join Helgi & the Racing For A Cure team!
|Racing Boston for Juvenile Arthritis|
Dr. Fraser Perkins, a marathon athlete and supporter of juvenile arthritis, ran the 2014 Boston Marathon for the Arthritis National Research Foundation’s Racing For A Cure team in order to raise funds for arthritis research.
|Rheumatoid Arthritis Triathlete|
After being diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, Dina Neils was told she would be in a wheelchair by age 25. At 29 she has just completed her first triathlon and is inspiring the arthritis community to make a difference and join Racing For A Cure!