Research programs span the spectrum from the studies in the fundamental biology of immunologic and inflammatory diseases to clinical trials that test novel therapies in patients. Our internationally-recognized research programs are funded by a wide range of sources including the National Institutes of Health, the Arthritis Foundation, philanthropic efforts, and industry.
Faculty in the Division of Rheumatology, Allergy and Immunology are involved in the following research areas:
Allergy & Immunology Research
| Antigen Presentation|| Allergic Inflammation|
| B-cell Function and Autoantibodies|| Angioedema|
| Biomarkers|| Autoinflammatory Diseases|
| Cell Adhesion|| Eosinophils|
| Clinical Trials|| Innate Immunity|
| Crystal-Mediated Disease|| Mucosal Immunity|
| Innate Immunity|| |
| Pathogenesis of Rheumatoid Arthritis|| |
| Pathogenesis of SLE|| |
| Signal Transduction|| |
Learn more about individual faculty research interests on their webpages.