The Brigham and Women’s Hospital Lupus Center provides expert collaborative care from experienced and dedicated rheumatologists who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of lupus and antiphospholipid syndrome, a related clotting disorder.
The Lupus Center incorporates the strengths of eight board-certified rheumatologists to care for more than 500 patients with lupus each year. All the members of this dedicated team are researchers with a specialized interest in advancing the diagnosis and treatment of lupus, and they all serve as faculty at Harvard Medical School.
Our Lupus Center staff also works collaboratively with BWH specialists in neurology, dermatology, nephrology and cardiology.
There currently is no cure for lupus, but it can be controlled. After providing our patients with a comprehensive evaluation, we develop an appropriate treatment plan. At Brigham and Women’s Hospital Lupus Center, patients have access to the latest treatment options for lupus, including:
- Immunosuppression (suppressing immune system abnormalities responsible for tissue inflammation)
- Targeted B-cell therapies (medications directed against white blood cells that produce antibodies)
Profiles of the physicians on the Lupus Center team, including their clinical and research specialties.
Facts about lupus, symptoms and treatment of lupus, how to get an appointment at the Center and other useful links, including the Lupus Center fact sheets.
Information about the intensive lupus research taking place at BWH.
Our Referral Information
For more information about the hospital or to schedule an appointment with one of our lupus specialists, patients and physicians should visit our Referral Information Page.
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