For over two decades, the Thurston Arthritis Research Center has been at the forefront of both basic science and clinical research in rheumatic disease and immunologic disorders.
The Thurston Arthritis Research Center has been ahead of the curve by integrating such diverse research components as statistical and data analysis, bioinformatics, genomic and proteomic research, clinical and social research. Thurston has developed with the working knowledge that for a research environment to be viable and effective it can't be one dimensional but must be comprised of research components that share data, knowledge and resources to create an effective research center.
|Leigh F. Callahan||Health Outcomes Research in Arthritis|
|Robert DeVellis||Social Impact of Autoimmune Disease|
|Mary Anne Dooley||Systemic Lupus Erythematosus(SLE or Lupus)|
|Maya Jerath||Alpha Gal|
|Joanne M. Jordan||Johnston County Osteoarthritis Project|
|Peng Liu||Inflammation in Atherosclerosis and Autoimmune Arthritis|
|Robert Roubey||Clinical and Basic Aspects of Antiphospholipid Syndrome|
|Maureen Su||Autoimmune Polyendocrinopathy Syndrome (APS) Type I|
|Teresa Tarrant||Studies in Leukocyte Trafficking-RA, SLE, WHIM, Cancer|