Innovations in care and research
The Division of Rheumatology and Immunology offers a dynamic environment of academic excellence, high quality patient care and robust research activity. Our clinicians see a diverse spectrum of clinical disorders ranging from osteoarthritis, vasculitis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis and immunodeficiency to bursitis.
The division offers a productive learning environment for clinicians seeking a career in clinical and academic rheumatology. Basic science and clinical research experience are integral components of the fellowship training program. Faculty and clinicians in the division participate in active research programs in immunology and molecular genetics related to immunoregulation, receptors for Fc molecules and herparin binding growth factors.
Read about the latest clinical and research innovations taking place in the Division of Rheumatology and Immunology.
Researchers use mouse model to understand what drives lupus-related myocarditis
New rheumatology-dermatology clinic offered at Ohio State
Ohio State rheumatologist Dr. Ronald Whisler honored with lifetime achievement award
Researchers combine nanobiotechnology, neutrophils and nucleic acid to combat lupus
New rheumatology clinics focus on IBD and uveitis
New research shows autoantibodies may contribute to inflammatory myopathy (IMM)
Rheumatology team streamlines COVID-19 communication with SharePoint
Promising Study Explores Whether Insulin Resistance Impacts Skeletal Muscle Dysfunction in RA
Unique Research Examines Link Between Math Skills and Medical Outcomes
Leading the way