So, what exactly happens inside your body when things go bump in the night?
OMRF scientist Jonathan Wren has developed a computer program to sniff out a wide range of mistakes that commonly appear in scientific studies.
The foundation hopes to recruit up to 2,000 healthy individuals.
OMRF’s Holly Van Remmen is well served by her inquisitiveness.
OMRF’s Courtney Griffin is studying a form of cell death called necroptosis.
These new findings could play a key role in tailoring individual lupus treatments.