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The Web Seminar Series is a medium for live and recorded webinars from world leading experts in the field of bone and joint-related pathologies and rheumatic diseases. The series started on May 19, 2020 and is co-chaired by Dr. Mohit Kapoor and Dr. Robert Inman, Schroeder Arthritis Institute, University Health Network, Toronto, Canada.
Lecture 1: Aging Mechanisms Associated with Joint Tissue Destruction in OsteoarthritisRichard F. Loeser, Jr., MDDirector, Thurston Arthritis Research CenterUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Lecture 2: COVID-19: An Update from the Arthritis PerspectiveGillian Fitzgerald, MB, BCh, BAO, PhD, MRCPIRheumatologist and Spondylitis FellowToronto Western Hospital
Lecture 3: Novel Therapies in Systemic SclerosisDinesh Khanna, MD, MScProfessor of Medicine, Frederick G. L. Huetwell Professor of Rheumatology and Director, Scleroderma ProgramUniversity of Michigan
Lecture 4: Endogenous Mechanisms Associated with SynovitisThomas Pap, MDProfessor of Experimental Medicine and Director, Institute of Musculoskeletal MedicineUniversity Hospital Munster
Lecture 5: New Aspects of Gut-Joint InteractionsGeorg A. Schett, MDProfessor of Internal Medicine and Head of Department, Department of Medicine 3 – Rheumatology and ImmunologyFriedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg
Lecture 6: Stem Cell Applications in Joint Development, Disease and RepairFrank Barry, PhDProfessor, Cellular Therapy at the Regenterative Medicine Institute (REMEDI)National University of Ireland Galway
Lecture 7: My Journey as a Scientist: Well Travelled (and still 'traveling')Aileen M. Davis, BScPT, MSc, PhDSenior Scientist, Krembil Research InstituteUniversity Health NetworkProfessor, Departments of Phsyical Therapy and Surgery; Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation; Dalla Lana School of Public Health; Institute of Medical Science; Rehabilitation Sciences InstituteUniversity of Toronto
Lecture 8: Pain Mechanisms and Implications for Pain PhenotypingTuhina Neogi, MD, PhDProfessor of Medicine and Chief of RheumatologyBoston University School of Medicine and Boston Medical CenterProfessor of EpidemiologyBoston University School of Public Health
Lecture 9: Metabolic Dysfunction in Joint and Intervertebral Disc DegenerationAli Mobasheri, DPhil (Oxon)Professor of Musculoskeletal Biology, Faculty of MedicineUniversity of Oulu
Lecture 10: Interferon in Lupus as a Mechanism and a TargetMary K. Crow, MDPhysician-in-Chief, Chair, Department of Medicine and Benjamin M. Rosen Chair in Immunology and Inflammation ResearchHospital for Special Surgery
Lecture 12: Recent Advances in Lupus and PregnancyJill Buyon, MDProfessor of Rheumatology, Department of MedicineNYU Grossman School of MedicineDirector, Division of RheumatologyDirector, Lupus Center
Lecture 13: Disease Modification in OsteoarthritisDavid Hunter, MD, PhDFlorence and Cope Chair of RheumatologyProfessor of Medicine, University of SydneyRoyal North Shore Hospital
Lecture 14: Current Understanding of Hand OsteoarthritisMargreet Kloppenburg, MD, PhDProfessor of RheumatologyDepartments of Rheumatology and Clinical EpidemiologyLeiden University Medical Center
Lecture 15: Tendon Inflammation and RepairEric Gracey, PhDPostdoctoral FellowFlanders Institute for Biotechnology (VIB)The University of Gent and Gent University Hospital (UZ Gent)
Lecture 16: A Personalized Approach to Rheumatoid Arthritis FlaresDana Orange, MD, MScAssistant ProfessorRockefeller UniversityAssistant Attending of RheumatologyHospital for Special Surgery
Lecture 18: Early Stage Osteoarthritis: A Window of Opportunity?Frank Luyten, MD, PhDProfessor Emeritus, Faculty of MedicineKU Leuven, BelgiumMedical/Scientific Director, REGMED-XB
Lecture 19: Translational Genomics: From Personal to Populations and Back AgainVinod Scaria, MBBS, PhDSenior Scientist, CSIR Institute of Genomics and Integrative BiologyAdjunct Professor, Indraprastha Institute of Technology DelhiVisiting Faculty, CSIR Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology
Lecture 20: Pain in Osteoarthritis: Pathways and PlasticityAnne-Marie Malfait, MD, PhDThe George W. Stuppy, MD, Chair of Arthritis, Rush UniversityProfessor of Medicine, Division of Rheumatology, Rush University Medical Center
Lecture 21: Current Concepts in the Pathogenesis of Psoriatic ArthritisChristopher T. Ritchlin, MD, MPHProfessor and Chief, Department of Medicine, Allergy/Immunology and Rheumatology (SMD)University of Rochester Medical Center
Lecture 22: Chondrocyte Epigenetics, Metabolism and OsteoarthritisRegis O'Keefe, MD, PhDFred C. Reynolds Professor and Chair, Department of Orthopaedic SurgeryWashington University School of Medicine
Lecture 23: Deep Phenotyping in OsteoarthritisFrancis Berenbaum, MDHead of Department, Rheumatology DepartmentSaint-Antoine Hospital
Lecture 24: Osteoarthritis and GeneticsJohn Loughlin, PhD, MAProfessor of Musculoskeletal ResearchNewcastle University
Lecture 25: Targeting the CD40 Pathway in Sjögren's SyndromeBenjamin Fisher, MD(Res)Senior Lecturer in Clinical Rheumatology, Institute of Inflammation and AgeingUniversity of Birmingham, UK
Lecture 26: "Into the Breach ..." Rheumatology Confronts COVID-19 InflammationRichard Bucala, MD, PhDChief, Rheumatology, Allergy & Immunology, Yale School of MedicineRheumatologist-in-Chief, Yale New Haven HealthVon Zedtwitz Professor of Medicine, Pathology, Epidemiology & Public Health, Yale University
Lecture 27: CMC-OA: From Relaxin to Population DataJennifer Wolf, MD, PhDProfessor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation MedicineThe University of Chicago Medicine
Lecture 28: Imaging of Arthritis: Current and novel conceptsAli Guermazi, MD, PhDDirector of the Quantitative Imaging Centre, Professor of Radiology, Boston University School of MedicineChair of Radiology, VA Boston Healthcare System