At this 4-day Annual Meeting hosted by the American College of Rheumatology in Atlanta, Georgia, thousands of individuals will gather for an educational experience focused on rheumatology. With over 450 sessions led by rheumatology experts, attendees will have access to the latest clinical and rheumatology research.
Join us on Twitter on May 19th at 3 PM Eastern Time for an insightful discussion on clinical and translational research. Together we'll explore both the current and future state of research and highlight prospective initiatives we envision on the horizon for Lupus.
This event will highlight the outstanding programs in Lupus clinical research made by the National Institute of Health over the last quarter century, featuring testimonials from research participants, updates on current Lupus research activities at National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, and discussions on the future direction of research at the NIH.
To register for this event please send an RSVP by email to Susan Bozack at firstname.lastname@example.org by May 10th.
Join us on Twitter on May 5th at 3 PM Eastern Time as we kick off #LupusAwarenessMonth with a conversation highlighting what #LupusFeelsLike. Together, we'll share our experiences and spread awareness by uplifting the voices of everyone living with Lupus.
This meeting, “LUPUS: Gateway to the Future”, highlighted advances and insights from recent SLE research into the causes and outcomes of SLE, explored the promise of implementing a personalized approach to diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment, and provided a forum to hear exciting and innovative research from a new generation of investigators.