• Rheumatology Research

    Advancing Through Multidisciplinary Research and Collaboration

    The Division of Rheumatology strives to be a national and international leader in patient care, research and education in pediatric rheumatic diseases. We are home to several NIH-funded pediatric rheumatology centers and the Cincinnati Rheumatic Diseases Core Center. Research is an essential part of the mission of our division. We conduct basic science, translational and clinical research and continue to expand our research efforts. The Clinical Trials Unit within the Division of Rheumatology currently serves as the coordinating center of the Pediatric Rheumatology Collaborative Study Group (PRCSG), a group of pediatric rheumatology professionals dedicated to performing high-quality clinical research in pediatric rheumatic diseases.

    Rheumatology research is interconnected with the Rheumatology Clinic, which provides diagnosis, education, treatment and follow-up for children with various rheumatic diseases. Many of our patients participate in our clinical research projects. 

    Contact Us for More Information about Rheumatology Research

    For more information about the William S. Rowe Division of Rheumatology at Cincinnati Children’s, call 513-636-4676.

  • Clinical Activities

    The Division of Rheumatology is conducting research in many areas including genetics, outcomes and treatment of many pediatric rheumatic diseases, including juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA).

    Learn more about our clinical trials
  • Research and Training Details

    Joint Appointment Faculty2
    Research Students5
    Support Personnel16
    Direct Annual Grant Support$1,407,850
    Direct Annual Industry Support$839,732
    Peer Reviewed Publications27

    Clinical Activities and Training

    Clinical Staff1
    Clinical Fellows6
    Other Students63
    Inpatient Encounters615
    Outpatient Encounters5,594

  • CAGE

    The primary focus of the Center for Autoimmune Genomics and Etiology (CAGE) is to gain a better understanding of the genesis of lupus and other immunological diseases.

    Learn more about CAGE