Dr. Gregg Silverman of the University of California, San Diego, discusses how the field of lupus genetics has evolved and where the field is headed in the next several years.
Dr. Gregg Silverman discusses B-cells and how they contribute to the development of lupus and offers insight on the future direction of lupus research.
Dr. David Pisetsky of Duke University Medical Center discusses the role of apoptosis (programmed cell death) and microparticles in triggering lupus.
Dr. David Pisetsky of Duke University Medical Center discusses immune response to DNA and its role in stimulating lupus.
Dr. Emily Von Scheven, Director of Pediatric Rheumatology at the University of California San Francisco Medical Center, discusses the issues surrounding bone health in children with lupus and other health issues associated with treatment of lupus.
Dr. Isenberg discusses several of the new agents under evaluation for lupus and looks to ways lupus treatment will change with evolving technology and new scientific findings.
Dr. Ram Raj Singh of the University of California Los Angeles discusses findings from studies that may provide clues into the possible causes of lupus skin disease.
Dr. John Harley, Director of Rheumatology at the Cincinnati Children's Hospital, discusses the genes investigators believe may play a role in the underlying cause of lupus.