The “Latest on Lupus” Patient Conference will be held on Saturday, December 16th at the UCLA Medical Center in the Tamkin Auditorium.

Registration is now open and we invite you to join us as we learn more about living with lupus and the latest updates in research.


Latest on Lupus Patient Conference

December 16, 2017

10:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center | Tamkin Auditorium

757 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90095


Medical Presentations

What is New in Lupus – Dr. Daniel J. Wallace, Rheumatologist
Lupus and the Heart- Dr. Jay Schapira, Cardiologist
Retinal Toxicity Associated with Plaquenil Use- Dr. David Lazar, Vitreoretinal Surgery

Advocacy Presentation

Lunch Provided

Registration begins at 10:30 AM. Conference starts at 11:00 AM.

All attendees must be at least 12 years old.

Call Lupus LA at 310.657.5667 with any questions.

Registration is $10 per person*

*Scholarships are available for patients in need, contact

Katherine McMahon at 310-657-5667.*

The registration fee is non-refundable due to limited space.

Due to limited space, patients are able to bring 1 guest* to the conference. *Guests must also be registered.

*Seating will be based on a first-come, first-served basis. The first 179 people to arrive the day of the conference will sit in the auditorium, and the people who arrive after that will sit in rooms across from the auditorium where the presentations will be broadcast.

Parking will be validated.

Parking for the conference will be right in front of the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center at the Medical Center Valet Parking.

Please note that registration is REQUIRED!

Space is limited, so please reserve your seat(s) today.


*Servicios de traducción de inglés al español seran disponibles. Porfavor de contactarnos para obtener más información sobre cómo acceder a los servicios de traducción para este evento a 310-657-5667.*

We would like to thank our sponsors Aurinia, GSK, Mallinckrodt,and PhRMA, who enable us to host these informative conferences to patients and their families.