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Impact on Lupus

Research funding programs, such as the Lupus Canada Catalyst Grant, play a critical role in advancing the understanding and treatment of lupus in Canada. These programs facilitate groundbreaking research, enabling scientists and healthcare professionals to explore new concepts, improve diagnostic techniques, and develop more effective treatments for both discoid and systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE).
What is the ‘Catalyst Grant Program’?
This grant supports Canadian researchers in starting innovative ideas and projects, and is designed to complement, not compete with, traditional funding sources like the Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR).

Current Research Funding Program News

These articles and information are available from the Everything Lupus: Resource Hub.

Using CyTOF to dissect the interplay between Type I interferon and autoantibody production in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

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Now Enrolling People with Lupus Nephritis (LN) or Immunoglobulin A Nephropathy (IgAN) For A Research Study.

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One Catalyst Award for a total of $40,000 CDN to fund one project for a term of one year (Current year)

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Non-pharmacological interventions to improve the socioeconomic lives of individuals with SLE

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Immune and inflammatory mechanisms critical to the development of SLE, with a focus on RIPK3-dependent pathways

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Phenotyping SLE based on disease course: remitting-relapsing, persistently active and monophasic

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More Research & Clinical Trials

Past Winners Spotlight: Discover the innovative research behind Lupus Canada’s previous funding program winners.

Competition Catalyst Grant 2018-19

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Competition Catalyst Grant 2018-19

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Competition Catalyst Grant 2017-18

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Competition Catalyst Grant 2017-18

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Competition Catalyst Grant 2017-18

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Competition Catalyst Grant 2016

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Competition Catalyst Grant 2016

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