The 2016 Lupus Insight Prize was awarded today to Ann Marshak-Rothstein, PhD, University of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Center and Professor of Medicine/Rheumatology, University of Massachusetts Medical School, for a project with great promise to improve the treatment of lupus-related skin disease.
Research shows that nearly two-thirds of the public knows little or nothing about lupus. However, when Keisha Nathan started experiencing pain in her joints and muscles in 2007, her mother—Althea Kemp—knew exactly what these symptoms could mean.
Hundreds of participants gathered at the Seattle Great Wheel to enjoy an evening of speakers and performances and rally public attention to lupus and its terrible impact on approximately 1.5 million Americans.
May is officially Lupus Awareness Month in Oregon. While it was Governor Kate Brown who signed the proclamation making it official, Oregon teen Taryn Miller was the driving force in making the proclamation a reality.
Lupus does not define me - HOPE does - Living the Life Of a Luppie #L.O.L. 2014
The awards are part of the Lupus Foundation of America’s national lupus research program, which offers support to lupus investigators at all stages of their careers.
Dr. Bruce Richardson discussing his work to help solve the cruel mystery of lupus.