Lupus Clinical Trials Redefined: You Make the Difference
Lupus Clinical Trials Virtual Fair
Open Through November 14, 2020
Lupus clinical trials are still underway despite COVID-19. Making the process safer and easier for patients has never been more important.
What is a clinical trial exactly?
Why should I get involved in a lupus clinical trial?
How is the trial process changing?
How can I make a difference?
What lupus trials are offered near me?
While the Fair is no longer live, you can still view the program and find out the answers to these and your own questions!
- Hear from a panel of health professionals, researchers and innovation experts on how lupus trials are changing and becoming more patient-centric
- Learn what to expect from people with lupus who have been in trials
- Visit Exhibit Hall booths to learn about specific studies near you and how you can participate. Leave questions and you will receive a reply whenever possible.
- Have fun while learning. Earn points towards terrific prizes with each activity you do and every booth you visit.
Panel Speakers of Clinical Trial Experts:
Sam Lim, MD — Professor of Epidemiology at Emory University; Director of the Grady Lupus Clinic at Grady Memorial Hospital; Steering Committee member for Lupus Therapeutics’ Lupus Clinical Investigators Network (LuCIN)
Charmayne Dunlop-Thomas, MS, MPH — Associate Director of Research Projects, Emory University
Stacey Kennedy-Connor — Lupus representative, member of the Patient Advocates for Lupus Studies at Lupus Therapeutics
Kenneth A. Getz, MBA — Deputy Director & Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine; Founder and Board Chair of the Center for Information & Study on Clinical Research (CISCRP)
Lorena Kuri — Head of Diversity Strategy, Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS)
Visit lupustrialsoct.vfairs.com to view the program!
Hosted by the Lupus Research Alliance and its clinical arm, Lupus Therapeutics
The Lupus Research Alliance strongly encourages anyone considering a clinical trial to consult with their physician in order to make an informed decision about potential participation in any trial or study. Physicians can help to be sure to find the right study for you.