The EuroTEAM project has been funded by the European Union for 4 years and started in November 2012.
Through EuroTEAM, approaches will be developed to predict the onset of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) in people who do not yet have the disease.  Ultimately, this will help in the development of treatments to prevent people from getting RA in the first place.  The EuroTEAM project is supported through the European Union's FP7 Health Programme, under the grant agreement FP7-HEALTH-F2-2012-305549.  

EuroTEAM annual meeting 12-13 February 2015


A family affair: identifying people at risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis in the future

Improving communications between patients and researchers

Birmingham, Glasgow and Newcastle universities launch new RA centre of excellence

New ARUK Centre for Genetics & Genomics EuroTEAM @British Science Festival Watch our new video EuroTEAM annual meeting 2014
New ARUK Centre for Genetics & Genomics
at the University of Manchester
EuroTEAM @British Science Festival
11th September 2014
Watch our new video
on patient research partner involvement
EuroTEAM annual meeting 2014
6-7 Feb 2014

The journey from health to the development of RA

Phases in the development of rheumatoid arthritis

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