CDC–Funded Lupus Activities
Epidemiology of Lupus: Longitudinal Studies in Population-Based Cohorts, also known as the CDC-RFA-DP19-003, is a Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for three-year cooperative agreements to be supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Learn more about this NOFO.
CDC supports epidemiologic research on lupus (systemic lupus erythematosus or SLE and skin lupus), carries out research into lupus interventions, and undertakes pilot programs to inform lupus public health practice. Learn more about CDC-Funded Lupus Research Studies.
CDC works with national organizations to raise awareness, increase knowledge, and enhance the skills of those with lupus and their health care providers. Learn more about CDC-Funded Lupus Awareness, Education, and Management Activities.
A National Public Health Agenda for Lupus (the Agenda) was released in late 2015 to help prioritize public health efforts to improve the care and quality of life for people living with lupus. The first of its kind, the Agenda was developed with the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors, the Lupus Foundation of America, and other stakeholders, that include public health professionals, lupus experts, clinicians and individuals living with the disease. The Agenda outlines a broad public health approach to lupus diagnosis, disease management, treatment, and research. Read A National Public Health Agenda for Lupuspdf iconexternal icon.
Find publications that are the result of CDC-funded activities and authored or co-authored by CDC staff on the Lupus Publications page.