Featured Research Studies
We believe that one of the most effective ways to improve the lives of people with lupus is through research. Research holds the keys to discovering what causes lupus, to creating better treatments, and ultimately, to finding a cure.
There are more than 50 clinical trials for lupus. All of these studies depend on volunteers to make discoveries and find new treatments.
Scientists are studying more new treatments than ever before. If you want to get involved, we explain how clinical trials work and give you the information you need every step of the way.
Featured Study: Sanctuary
The purpose of this clinical trial is to evaluate the safety and efficacy (effectiveness against disease) of the study medication (ALXN1210 also known as ravulizumab or ULTOMIRIS ®) in participants with lupus nephritis (LN) or immunoglobulin A nephropathy (IgAN), a rare chronic kidney disease. Read More
Featured Study: IM014-029
The IM014-029 Study is a research study evaluating an oral investigational drug to see if it may reduce symptoms of active lupus. If you have been diagnosed with active lupus for 6 months or more, you may qualify to take part in this study. During the study, you may be able to continue taking your current medication in addition to the oral investigational drug. Read More
RAY: Research Accelerated by You is a lupus data platform where people with lupus and caregiversprovide information about their lupus experience. Help brighten the future of lupus research.Find Out More