The Research Program seeks to maximize the impact of its research investment by focusing in three principle disease areas — OA, RA and JA.
The Research Grant Program seeks to maximize the impact of its research investment by focusing in three principal disease areas – Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Juvenile Arthritis.
The new scientific strategy provides direction for the Foundation’s scientific discovery of activities over the next five years and focuses on three major pillars.
To help you see and understand where your donations go and the impact of the Research Program, the foundation launched SciVal Experts, a research profiling and networking tool.
Arthritis researchers from North America and Europe will present new osteoarthritis research that could lead to better ways to detect, treat, prevent and cure osteoarthritis.
Arthritis Foundation funded researcher, Dr. Najia Shakoor, finds that flexible-soled shoes may work better than shoes with stiffer soles for people with osteoarthritis.
By studying anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears in the knee, a major risk factor for developing osteoarthritis, researchers seek to discover tools and treatments to detect and reverse OA before symptoms ever appear.
The Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance has created consensus treatment plans to improve and standardize care of pediatric rheumatic diseases.