Lupus Research Alliance Investment in Innovation Delivers Results
This new issue of the Lupus Research Update (LRU) takes you behind the scenes of some of the most groundbreaking research and how the Lupus Research Alliance raises the funds that enable diverse and accomplished scientists to pioneer new studies in the field.
Featured in this LRU, Penn State researcher Dr. Laura Carrel explains how the differences in the female and male chromosomes may be the reason 90% of people with lupus are women.
Dr. Jill Buyon at NYU Langone Health gives an update on the Accelerating Medicines Partnership (AMP), a public-private partnership that accelerates the development of new ways to diagnose and treat lupus. You’ll hear from Dr. Buyon how this collaboration is employing cutting-edge technology to more thoroughly conduct lupus studies.
We have made great strides in learning how to more effectively treat lupus — because of your generous and committed support.
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