How bacteria contribute to spondyloarthritis
Bacteria in your gut may contribute to spondyloarthritis. Research funded by Arthritis Australia seeks to find out if altering these bacteria could eliminate or reduce the severity of this condition.
This article first appeared in the limbic newsletter. Linda Rehaume’s research is supported by Arthritis Australia’s National Research Grants program.
$120,000 scholarship to combat ‘serious shortage’ of paediatric rheumatologists in Australia so kids with arthritis get the care they need
On offer is a two-year scholarship to support paediatricians and paediatric trainees interested in training in paediatric rheumatology. The scholarship will be equivalent to the...
PIDA Accessible Packaging Design Special Award 2019
The inaugural winner of PIDA Accessible Packaging Design Special Award 2019 was announced on Tuesday and we are excited to reveal the SPC ProVital Fruit...
Minister announces $4 million for the National Strategic Action Plan for Arthritis.
Arthritis Australia welcomes today’s announcement from the Minister for Health, the Hon. Greg Hunt MP, that the Commonwealth Government will invest $4 million towards the...
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