Updated February 11, 2013

Latest News

NIAMS Scientific Director Honored For His Immunology Research

February 2013 Shorttakes

NIH Research Matters: Protein Linked to Atopic Dermatitis

NIAMS Multicultural Outreach News — January 24, 2013

NIAMS Update — January 17, 2013

Special Announcement — January 17, 2013, Letter From Dr. Stephen I. Katz: NIAMS 2013 A Year of Health Planners

NIH scientists shed light on mystery surrounding hepatitis B virus

NIAMS’ O’Shea Named AAAS Fellow

NIAMS Health Information Goes Mobile

NIAMS Update — December 20, 2012

Special Announcement — December 20, 2012, Letter From Dr. Stephen I. Katz: NIAMS Develops Mobile Website

NIH scientists uncover how immune cells sense who they are

New rheumatoid arthritis drug targets NIH-discovered protein

NIAMS Update — November 29, 2012

Special Announcement — November 29, 2012, Letter From Dr. Stephen I. Katz: Evaluation of NIAMS Centers Programs

Your Microbes and You: The Good, Bad and Ugly

Bilingual Booklet on Sports Injuries

NIAMS Update — October 29, 2012

Burton Is NIAMS Chief Information Officer Scroll to second.

Major cancer protein amplifies global gene expression, NIH study finds

NIAMS Update — September 26, 2012

NIH introduces bilingual booklet on sports injuries

Obesity and Population Increases Not Solely Responsible for Knee Replacement Upswing

Potential Cause, Therapy Target for Male Pattern Baldness Uncovered

NIAMS Multicultural Outreach News — September 20, 2012

Special Announcement — September 19, Letter From Dr. Stephen I. Katz: Grantee Funding Acknowledgment

NIAMS Awards Four Centers of Research Translation

September 2012 Shorttakes

Katz Highlights NIH Imaging Research at Congressional Briefing Scroll to third.

NIAMS’s Katz Presents Lupus Leadership Award Scroll to end.

NIAMS Update — August 30, 2012

Scientists Identify Agent That Protects Against Organ-Damaging Fibrosis

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

NIAMS Update — July 26, 2012

NIH funds development of tissue chips to help predict drug safety

Hip replacement information now on NIHSeniorHealth.gov