We are strongly committed to research.

The University of Washington is highly recognized for its global impact in teaching and research. UW was ranked #4 amongst U.S. Public Universities and #26 amongst world reputation rankings in 2020. In 2019, UW was ranked #5 on the Reuters Top 100: The World’s Most Innovative Universities, making it the top ranked U.S. public insititution in innovation. 

UW Research Stats

7 Nobel Prizes

284 Research Centers

$1.58 Billion Sponsored Grants and Contracts

Division Research

In the Division of Rheumatology, particular research emphasis is placed on the disease mechanisms in systemic lupus erythematosus, rheumatoid arthritis and myositis. The research conducted by the Division of Rheumatology faculty is funded by grants from the National Institutes of Health, foundations and the generosity of local donors. Research findings are published regularly in national and international scientific journals. In addition, faculty members have contributed to many textbooks on rheumatology and internal medicine.

Myositis/Myopathy

Doctors who study Myositis/Myopathy: 

Osteoarthritis

Doctors who study Osteoarthritis: 

Osteoporosis

Doctors who study Osteoporosis: 

Sjogrens-Syndrome

Doctors who study Sjogren's Syndrome:

Exploding immune cells throwing out their DNA (green) upon activation

Exploding immune cells throwing out their DNA (green) upon activation

Microscopic image of a kidney glomerulus damaged in lupus

Microscopic image of a kidney glomerulus damaged in lupus