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Updated August 12, 2014

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Progress Made in Lupus Diagnosis and Treatment

Photos of Drs. Laurence, Kanno and O'Shea.

Drs. John O’Shea, Yuka Kanno and Arian Laurence of NIAMS have been included by Thomson Reuters in The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds 2014 report, in immunology, joining the ranks of researchers who are "publishing work that their peers recognize as vital to the advancement of their science" and "on the cutting edge of their fields."

Kaplan Named Chief of New NIAMS Intramural Branch

James Katz Named Director of the NIAMS Rheumatology Fellowship and Training Branch

NIAMS Postdoctoral Fellow Honored with International Dental Research Award

NIAMS’ O’Shea Named AAAS Fellow

NIH Scientists Shed Light on Mystery Surrounding Hepatitis B Virus

NIH scientists uncover how immune cells sense who they are

New rheumatoid arthritis drug targets NIH-discovered protein

Major cancer protein amplifies global gene expression, NIH study finds

Researchers Gain New Insights into How High Retinoic Acid Levels Affect Skin Development

Research Findings Challenge the Current Understanding of Cell Development Processes

Media Availability: NIH scientists resolve how chromosomal mix-ups lead to tumors

Drug halts organ damage in inflammatory genetic disorder

Cytokine Interest Group Symposium

NIH scientists identify novel approach to view inner workings of viruses

NIH Study Shows Benefits, Limits of Therapy for Rare Inflammatory Syndrome

Immune Cell Plays Dual Role in Allergic Skin Disease

New Technique Identifies First Events in Tumor Development

Autoimmunity, Autophagy, Muscle Disease, and Human Rights: A Symposium Honoring Paul H. Plotz, M.D.

Large-Scale Study Identifies Factors for Sleep Disturbance in Arthritis

Scientists Identify Gene that Could Hold the Key to Muscle Repair

Cells' Energy Factories Linked to Damaging Inflammation

Media Availability: NIH scientists discover secrets of helper T cells involved in autoimmunity

Highlights of Current NIAMS Pediatric Rheumatology Research

Study of MicroRNA Helps NIH Scientists Unlock Secrets of Immune Cells

Immune Cell's Role in Lupus Nephritis Demonstrated, Paves Way for Safety Testing of Potential New Use for Asthma Drug

NIAMS Researchers Solve Puzzle of Inflammation in TRAPS


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