Information for Researchers

The Arthritis Foundation has many opportunities for research scientists and clinical researchers to participate in advancing the state of the art and helping achieve our mission to prevent, control and cure arthritis.

Funding Opportunities – Grants for seasoned investigators as well as for young scientists in training.

Conferences – Attend a meeting of scientists to collaborate with other arthritis researchers.

Arthritis Internet Registry – Our disease registry data and biosamples are available to qualified scientists for research projects. Learn more about AIR and how investigators can access the data.

Information for Awardees – Once you’ve received an Arthritis Foundation research grant, you will need to file paperwork and keep us informed of your progress. All the documents you need are here.

Awards and Recognitions – The Arthritis Foundation recognizes scientists who have contributed significantly to arthritis research. Read about the winners, or nominate a candidate.

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