Clinical Trials Resource Center

Welcome to the Lupus Research Institute Clinical Trials Resource Center, presented in partnership with CenterWatch, the leading publisher of information on clinical research for patients and their advocates and healthcare professionals. Please click on the links below to learn more about clinical research and new medical therapies for treating lupus and related conditions.

About Clinical Research

This section provides background information about the clinical trials process and what to expect when you volunteer to participate in a clinical trial. Here, you'll find answers to frequently asked questions about clinical trials and also suggestions for where to find more information.

Listing of Lupus Trials

This is a database of clinical trials for lupus that are actively recruiting patients in the U.S. and internationally. Please check back regularly since this database is updated daily.

New Medical Therapies (NMT) Trial Results

NMT Weekly Trial Results database provides information about the results of recently completed and ongoing clinical trials. The summaries typically include the name and phase of the therapy, the company sponsoring the research, a description of the trial design, and drug performance information.

Patient Bookstore

Contains a variety of reports, brochures and publications that patients and their advocates can use to learn more about the clinical trials industry and how to identify and volunteer for clinical trials.

This information does not represent a Lupus Research Institute endorsement of any listed study. It is merely a notice that the study is available. If you are presently under the care of a physician for lupus or other conditions, you should not disrupt your current program without discussing it with your doctor(s). Do not contact the Lupus Research Institute for information on these studies. Only contact the listed numbers. The Lupus Research Institute does not have any jurisdiction over or further involvement with these studies, other than to make people aware that they are being conducted.