Lupus Research Update
2016-17 Research Portfolio Summary

The Lupus Research Alliance stands United to Free the World of Lupus Through the Power of Science. Formed by families determined to find a cure, the organization merges the Alliance for Lupus Research, the Lupus Research Institute, and the S.L.E. Lupus Foundation. The Lupus Research Alliance is driven by one central goal — to improve the lives […] READ MORE

Microchip Technology Charts New Ground

The study of T cells and B cells, their function, and the interaction between them that causes runaway inflammation and the progression of disease have been the subjects of numerous groundbreaking lupus investigations over the past decade. Today, Rong Fan, PhD, from Yale University, is building on these discoveries by using his Target Identification in […] READ MORE

Dr. Gerald Nepom Bringing Expertise and a Fresh Perspective

The future of the Lupus Research Alliance is bright with Gerald Nepom, MD, PhD in the critical role of Co-Chair of our Scientific Advisory Board. Over the past three decades, his work has focused on the underlying principles of autoimmunity, biomarkers, and therapy for autoimmune diseases. In the 1980s, Dr. Nepom played a major role […] READ MORE

Exploring Complexities of Cell Death as a Trigger for Lupus

The innovative work of Douglas Green, PhD, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, probes the minute inner workings of the world of cells: their functions, their deaths — and their inextricable link to lupus. Every day billions of cells die within the human body. The balance between cell survival and cell death is crucial to all […] READ MORE

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