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Learn about research opportunities for children and teens impacted by lupus.Research Update
A son remembers -- and gives back
Learn why 25-year-old Elijah White decided to participate in a clinical trial.Personal Story
Three ways you can improve lupus research
Both researchers and patients have an essential role to play for research to succeed.Research Update
Enroll in a lupus registry
Learn about the new Research.forME Lupus Registry and how to be included.article
About the PARTNERS research network
Learn about the PARTNERS network structure, member organizations, funding, and research.article
Join the PARTNERS Network
Learn how to participate in research through PARTNERS as a patient family member or as a volunteer.article
Who funds PARTNERS?
PARTNERS is funded by an independent, non-profit health research organization.article
What kind of network is PARTNERS?
Learn about PCORnet, a patient data network funded by PCORI.article
What kind of research do PARTNERS do?
PARTNERS work to provide patients with the information they need to make treatment choices.article
Who are the PARTNERS organizations?
Learn about each participating PARTNERS organization.article
Join a patient-powered research network
Learn about the PARTNERS network and how to join.article
Enroll in a lupus research interest group
Learn about the Research.forME Lupus Interest Group and how to sign up.article
What you need to know about health information privacy
Learn what is considered personal health information and how it is protected.article
Search for clinical trials in your area
Search these sites to find information about clinical trials near you.article
Frequently asked questions about participating in clinical trials
Learn what to look for and what to expect when participating in research.Q & A