ACTSI Investigator Dr. Sampath Prahalad in the News

Sampath Prahalad, MD, MSc, ACTSI investigator, professor of pediatrics and human genetics, and director, Translational Research in Pediatric Rheumatology, Emory University School of Medicine

Lab Land | Autoimmune gene link for subtype of juvenile arthritis
December 7, 2015

Lab Land | Dissecting a pediatric autoimmune disease
July 5, 2013

ABC News | Juvenile idiopathic arthritis linked to elevated cancer risk
February 13, 2012

Pralahad was named division chief of pediatric rheumatology in June 2012 and full professor in 2015. He came to Emory in 2009 and holds appointments in pediatrics and human genetics.

Recent Pediatric Research Centers Pilot Funded Projects
Center for Clinical Outcomes Research & Public Health
Mobile Health (mHealth) Tools to Improve Patient Engagement, Research and Disease Management of Children with Rheumatological Disease

Center for Pediatric Innovation
Sounds of the Joints: A New Biomarker for Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis

Pediatric Healthcare Innovation: Advancing Technologies to Improve Child Health Conference
April 22, 2014
3rd Place: Clinical Research Poster
RheumMate: An mHealth Application to Improve Patient Engagement, Research and Disease Management of Children with Rheumatological Disease

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