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“What’s Up With RA” (webinar)
On Tuesday, June 7th, NYU Langone hosted a webinar, “What’s up with RA: living today and looking forward,” for a select group of rheumatoid arthritis community bloggers. The webinar addressed the latest developments in RA – from the labs and exam room – coming from NYU Langone.
This invitation-only event engaged several leaders in the rheumatoid arthritis community and offered three presentations and a brief Q&A session with experts from the medical center. The presentations may be viewed by clicking below.
The State of Ache: Welcome and overview of the world of autoimmune disease. By Steven Abramson, MD, professor and chief of rheumatology and co-director of the Center of Excellence on Musculoskeletal Disease
Clinician update: a new perspective. By Soumya Reddy, MD, assistant professor of rheumatology and dermatology and co-director of the Psoriasis and Psoriatic Program
From the Bench: Pathogenesis of RA. By Gregg Silverman, MD, professor of rheumatology and pathology and co-director of the Center of Excellence on Musculoskeletal Disease
View the webinar below or download the presentation here.
NYU Langone Medical Center has extensive expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, as well as being a leader in translational research in this area. We are excited to share with you some of our newest treatment approaches and research advances. The same labs that developed the proteins resulting in development of Remicade are now working with our clinicians, cell biologists and musculoskeletal experts at our Hospital for Joint Diseases to leverage advances in biogenetics to identify the next generation of treatments. But our ultimate goal is to find and eliminate the root inflammatory actions at the source.