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Arthritis Foundation Funded Research

Drawing proposals from the most talented scientists across the country, the Arthritis Foundation will provide over $1,185,000 in funding for juvenile arthritis (JA) research in 2013. Our funded researchers come to us from institutions such as Stanford University, Emory University, Seattle Children’s Hospital, University of California-San Francisco and Duke University to name just a few.  

These researchers are investigating a wide range of topics, from how environmental and genomic factors might play a role in triggering JA, to collecting data and evaluating the efficacy of standardized treatment plans, to the development and testing of a smartphone app to help children cope with pain. Each of the researchers behind these studies has one thing in common: a desire to advance treatments and find a cure.

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Arthritis Foundation Funded Research


Drawing proposals from the most talented scientists across the country, the Arthritis Foundation will provide over $1,185,000 in funding for juvenile arthritis (JA) research in 2013. Our funded researchers come to us from institutions such as Stanford University, Emory University, Seattle Children’s Hospital, University of California-San Francisco and Duke University to name just a few.  

These researchers are investigating a wide range of topics, from how environmental and genomic factors might play a role in triggering JA, to collecting data and evaluating the efficacy of standardized treatment plans, to the development and testing of a smartphone app to help children cope with pain. Each of the researchers behind these studies has one thing in common: a desire to advance treatments and find a cure.

Meet Our Researchers