Category: Research

FSR Announces New Small Grant Awardee

FSR Announces New Small Grant Awardee

FSR’s Small Grant Program The FSR Small Grant aims to support smaller scale or pilot research projects, which can be supported either singularly by FSR or through a partnership with additional funders. The goal of this program is to provide bridge funding for...
FSR Announces New Small Grant Awardee

New FSR Fellowship Awardee

FSR launched its Clinical and Research Fellowship Program in Fall 2017. We’ve invested over $1 million into this program, which aims to increase the number of specialized doctors and researchers in the sarcoidosis space. This investment in early career...
Advancing how we Diagnose and Treat Sarcoidosis

Advancing how we Diagnose and Treat Sarcoidosis

Sarcoidosis is difficult to treat for many reasons. Mainly, there is not one clear way to treat sarcoidosis because it manifests in many forms and the cause is unknown. For this reason, there are also many ways to diagnose sarcoidosis, making it a diagnosis of...
A New Study on Smoking and Sarcoidosis

A New Study on Smoking and Sarcoidosis

Scientists are working diligently to find the cause of sarcoidosis, but the answer is still unclear. They have uncovered evidence that suggests certain genetic and environmental factors are involved, but with so many factors coming into play, it is difficult to tell...
How Real-World Data Can Advance Research

How Real-World Data Can Advance Research

Patients are often looking for ways they can contribute to the advancement of research for their disease. Luckily, clinical trials are a great way for patients to get involved in the research process. As of now, clinical trials are the most effective way to obtain new...
Using Patient Perspectives to Improve Care

Using Patient Perspectives to Improve Care

Since sarcoidosis is a rare disease, doctors often lack the information they need in order to properly care for sarcoidosis patients. Scientists are working diligently to uncover the cause of sarcoidosis and develop a cure, but in the meantime, options for sarcoidosis...