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Systemic Lupus Research Studies

Training

Postdoctoral Fellowship Training

Academic clinical and clinical research training in rheumatology is offered through the Rheumatology Fellowship Program at Northwestern University.

Fellows affiliated with the Lupus Program have worked on clinical and translational research projects related to:

  • Associations between gene expression profiles and cardiovascular disease progression among lupus patients

  • The relationship between Vitamin D and markers of subclinical cardiovascular disease in women with lupus

  • Telomere length as a marker of cardiovascular aging among lupus patients

  • Pre-eclampsia and Risk for Cardiovascular Disease Among Women with Lupus 

Resident Physicians

We frequently offer research elective opportunities for resident physicians.  For more information, e-mail your resume and availability for research to solvable@northwestern.edu

Undergraduates and Medical Students

We currently offer research opportunities for undergraduates and medical students interested in rheumatology and lupus.  For more information, e-mail your resume and a description of your interests and availability to solvable@northwestern.edu 

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This page last updated 

May 8, 2012
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Lupus Research Group
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Division of Rheumatology
240 E. Huron, McGaw M300
Chicago, IL 60611

Research Group Phone: 312-503-0247

For clinic appointments, call 312-695-8628


solvable@northwestern.edu

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