Updated September 1, 2015

Latest News

NIAMS Awards Supplements to Advance Research (STAR) to Support Early Stage Scientists: New Program is Part of Broader NIH Efforts to Foster the Next Generation of Biomedical Researchers

NIAMS Update — August 20, 2015

Special Announcement — August 20, 2015, Guest Director's Letter: Considering Sex as a Biological Variable in NIH-Funded Preclinical Research

In uveitis, bacteria in gut may instruct immune cells to attack the eye

Inn Celebrates 25 Years of Helping Pediatric Patients

Proteinís Role in Inflammation Offers Novel Drug Development Strategy for Lupus

Potential Therapy for Osteoporosis Shows Promise for Treating Rare Brittle Bone Disease

NIAMS Director Participates in Hill Visits to Highlight Dermatology Research

Congressman Joins Constituents on Visit to NIAMS

High-resolution 3D images reveal the muscle mitochondrial power grid

NIAMS Update — July 23, 2015

Special Announcement — July 23, 2015, Letter from Dr. Stephen I. Katz: Investing in the Early Stages of the Scientific Pipeline

Early antiretroviral therapy prevents non-AIDS outcomes in HIV-infected people

Honoring Health — Healthy Body, Healthy Mind…Healthy Aging — July 2015

NIAMS Staff Join in the Fight Against Ebola

Proteinís Role in Rheumatoid Arthritis-Induced Bone Loss Revealed

NIAMS Update — June 18, 2015

Special Announcement — June 18, 2015, Letter from Dr. Stephen I. Katz: Partnering To Broaden Our Impact

NIH Common Fund launches physical activity research program

Five named to NIAMS Advisory Council

NIAMS Update — May 21, 2015

Special Announcement — May 21, 2015, Letter from Dr. Stephen I. Katz: An Update on the NIH Initiative to Enhance Research Rigor and Reproducibility

Protein Linked to Dermatomyositis Found to Have Role in Regenerating Muscle

Bioengineered Compound May Aid in Treating Osteoarthritic Joints

NIAMS Multicultural Outreach News — May 7, 2015

NIAMS Division Director Presents at Congressional Briefing on Rare Bone Diseases

Potential Biomarker for Treatment Response in Vasculitis Patients Identified

Health Research off the Earth, For the Earth

NIAMS Update — April 23, 2015

Special Announcement — April 23, 2015, Letter from Dr. Stephen I. Katz: The Importance of Acknowledging NIAMS/NIH Support

Stem Cell-Based Strategies Offer Personalized Approaches For Treating Inherited Skin Disease

NIAMS Takes On ĎLanguage Accessí

Atkinson Honored as NIH Distinguished Scholar, Educator

Scientists Make No Bones About First Study of Osteocyte Cultures on Space Station

NIAMS, NIAID and FNIH Host AMP Investigators (scroll to fourth item)

NIAMS Discusses 3-D Human Tissue Models (scroll to end)


Long-term Follow-up Data From Large Orthopaedic Studies May Help Guide Clinical Practice

NIAMS Update — March 19, 2015

Special Announcement — March 19, 2015, Letter from Dr. Stephen I. Katz: The Value of Clear Science Communications

NIAMSí Intramural Research Programs Foster Spirit of Discovery External Web Site Policy

Autoimmune Disease Super-Regulators Uncovered

NIAMS Hosts Career Development Forum (scroll to end)

Be a Partner in Clinical Research, Help Others, Help Yourself

Changing the Face of Cherubism: Preclinical development of potential therapies for a rare and untreatable inflammatory bone condition

Shared Pathways: Innovative studies of cherubism may aid development of therapies for common inflammatory bone diseases

NIAMS Update — February 19, 2015

Special Announcement — February 19, 2015, Letter From Dr. Stephen I. Katz: Highlights from the NIAMS Intramural Research Program

Research With Space Explorers May One Day Heal Earthís Warriors

NIH researchers reveal link between powerful gene regulatory elements and autoimmune diseases

Fixing Flawed Body Parts, Engineering New Tissues and Organs

February 2015 Shorttakes

Congressional Staff See ĎInside NIAMS Labsí

NIAMS Multicultural Outreach News — January 29, 2015

NIAMS Update — January 22, 2015

Special Announcement — January 22, 2015, Letter From Dr. Stephen I. Katz: NIAMS Continues Efforts to Reach Multicultural Communities

Siblings Help Advance CANDLE Syndrome Research External Web Site Policy