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Prof. William Dixon
• Professor of Digital Epidemiology & Director of the Centre for Epidemiology Versus Arthritis at the University of Manchester, and Honorary Consultant Rheumatologist at Salford Royal Hospital
Advancing clinical care and research in rheumatology using digital health data
Professor Dixon is a Professor of Digital Epidemiology at the University of Manchester and Director of the Centre for Epidemiology Versus Arthritis. He is also a practicing consultant rheumatologist at Salford Royal Hospital. His research interests are using digital health data for population health research, collected from both clinicians and patients.
Prof. João Eurico Fonseca
• Dean, Lisbon School of Medicine – University of Lisbon
• Group Leader, Instituto de Medicina Molecular, Lisbon School of Medicine – University of Lisbon
• Director, Rheumatology Department – North Lisbon University Hospital Centre
Lisbon Academic Medical Centre, Portugal
Innovation Over the Last 5 Years in Inflammatory Joints Diseases: Implications for Future Clinical Practice
Professor João Eurico Fonseca is the Dean of the Lisbon School of Medicine, University of Lisbon, Portugal. He is also group leader at the Instituto de Medicina Molecular and Director of the Rheumatology Department of the North Lisbon University Hospital Centre. The 3 institutions integrate the Lisbon Academic Medical Centre. His research focuses on markers for diagnosis, prognosis and treatment response in rheumatic diseases, with a special interest on synovial tissue. Professor Fonseca is a member of the editorial board of several medical journals and has authored more than 350 scientific papers.
Prof. Andrew Hassell
• Professor of Medical Education at Keele University
• Associate Non-Executive Director University Hospital of the North Midlands
Rheumatology Training and Assessment: The UK Experience
Professor Hassell was honorary consultant rheumatologist at the Haywood Hospital Hospital, Stoke-on-Trent, for 24 years, until his retirement in September 2021. He was Head of the School of Medicine at Keele University, and, before that, was lead for the UK Rheumatology curriculum for several years. Since retiring as a full time clinical academic, he has taken part time posts as Keele University Academic Liaison lead for Sunderland University medical school and as an associate non-executive director for the University Hospital of North Midlands, a large acute hospital trust in Stoke-on-Trent.