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Request for Postdoctoral Applications in Rheumatic and Musculoskeletal Diseases Research. Click here for information


Request for Predoctoral Applications in Rheumatic and Musculoskeletal Diseases Research. Click here for information


UAB 2016 Microbiome Resource Workshop
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September 14 - 15, 2016


UAB REACT aims to catalyze high-impact clinical trials in medical rehabilitation. CAMBAC members Drs. Bamman, Bridges, Saag, McGwin, McLain, Standaert, Cutter and Curtis are members of the REACT Center Executive Leadership team. Click here for information


UAB Rheumatology Insight

 

“To get the immune system to respond to the vaccine, you have to think about its response to the adapted form of HIV, and focus on those parts of the virus that are most difficult to undergo adaptation”, says Paul Goepfert, MD, member of CAMBAC. More


An $1.8 million Department of Defense grant just awarded to S. Louis Bridges, JR, MD, PhD and Chander Raman, Ph.D., to uncover molecular changes explaining how rheumatoid arthritis leads to joint damage. For details, click here.


The 2015 CAMBAC Research Day


UAB researchers, led by CAMBAC member David Standaert, M.D., Ph.D., professor and chair of the UAB Department of Neurology, show that a microRNA is involved in early Parkinson’s disease pathogenesis. Click here for more


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CAMBAC Research Day - 2015

 

Goals of the Center

  • To generate new understanding of the mechanisms of arthritis, musculoskeletal, bone, and autoimmune diseases and apply this knowledge to improve the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of these conditions.
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  • To promote and integrate fundamental, translational, and clinical research with clinical care of patients with arthritis, musculoskeletal, bone, and autoimmune diseases.
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  • To educate the public about arthritis, musculoskeletal, bone, and autoimmune diseases and how they can partner with us to achieve our goals of better ways to diagnose, treat, and prevent these conditions.
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  • To train future investigators and health care professionals in arthritis, musculoskeletal, bone, and autoimmune diseases.