Ten Topics in Rheumatology Conference

Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd July 2020,  London

Ten Topics in Rheumatology Conference

Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd July 2020,  London

Notice of Cancellation

 

Due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic within the UK the Ten Topics in Rheumatology Conference will no longer take place on the 2nd – 3rd July 2020.

We plan to run this conference in July 2021. Please check the web site for further details later in the year.

Any queries please contact at the organisers on the below email address.

About Ten Topics in Rheumatology

A friendly and intimate Conference focused on sharing with delegates the latest clinical advances in Rheumatology and discussing emerging and exciting treatments. Ten Topics features compelling presentations from leading national & international experts

 “A Fantastic Meeting! An outstanding mixture of clinical medicine and the latest scientific updates.”

National and Internationally Renowned Speakers

Hear from world renowned  experts in their field. Meet and spend time with them during the Conference at our Networking and Social events.

Informal Interactive Style

All talks are limited to 20 minutes each, guaranteeing focused, high quality content.

Case Studies and Debates 

Take part in fascinating interactive case studies led by experts in their field, and debate the hottest topics in Rheumatology.

Featured Talks & Speakers

Ten Topics in Rheumatology features a national and international collection of star speakers, all with the ability to engage their audience and impart brilliant insights. Short, pithy updates on the emerging science and latest clinical advances, together with debates on hot topics, interactive case studies and our now famous ‘Nightmare on Tooley Street’ deliver a Conference like no other you will have attended. 

Professor Christopher Edwards

University Hospital Southampton

Professor Munther Khamashta

King’s College London

Professor Graham
Hughes

London
Lupus Centre 

Dr
Arvind
Kaul

St. George’s Hospital, London

Professor
David
D’Cruz

Guy’s St Thomas’ Hospital

Professor Christopher Edwards

University Hospital Southampton

Professor Munther Khamashta

King’s College London

 

Professor Graham
Hughes

London
Lupus Centre

 

Dr
Arvind
Kaul

St. George’s Hospital, London

Professor
David
D’Cruz

Guy’s St Thomas’ Hospital

Our 2019 Sponsors

If you would like to information about sponsorship or speaker opportunities for Ten Topics 2020, please email tentopics@imageevents.org.uk or call 01372 458777

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Ten Topics in Rheumatology 2020 takes place at the Tower Bridge Hilton Hotel, London on 2nd and 3rd July 2020

For delegate enquiries, please contact us on 020 7034 8306 or send us a message below.

Professor Christopher Edwards

Professor Edwards is a Consultant Rheumatologist and Associate Director of the Southampton NIHR Clinical Research Facility within the University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust. As Associate Director of the Southampton NIHR Clinical Research Facility he is engaged with the running of a large translational research facility with phase I experience. Professor Edwards is Clinical Director of the Southampton Musculoskeletal Research Unit, a recognised EULAR centre of excellence.

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Professor Munther Khamashta

Professor Munther Khamashta MD,FRCP,PhD is Professor / Consultant Physician and Director of the Lupus Research Laboratory at St Thomas’ Hospital, London. He studied in Barcelona and Madrid, where he received his PhD. He joined the Lupus Unit in London 30 years ago and has been instrumental in developing it into an internationally recognised tertiary centre. He is currently on sabbatical leave, setting up lupus services at Dubai Hospital, UAE. He is a founding member of the Lupus Academy and APS-ACTION, receiving several international awards for his work, including the European, and International League Against Rheumatism prizes, (EULAR and ILAR respectively). He has a strong research interest in lupus and connective tissue diseases, with a special interest in pregnancy and antiphospholipid syndrome. He has been published extensively with more than 700 original papers.

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Professor Graham Hughes

Graham Hughes trained at The London Hospital. He spent 2 years in New York working on the introduction of the DNA-binding test, under the leadership of Dr Charles Christian. In 1971, he opened a specialist clinic in London, dealing uniquely with lupus and related diseases. He instituted an annual postgraduate meeting “Ten Topics in Rheumatology”, with satellite “Ten Topics” meetings in 6 countries. Professor Hughes is Founder and Editor of the international journal LUPUS. In 1983, he described the antiphospholipid syndrome, now known as Hughes Syndrome, and in 1991 was awarded the ILAR (world research) prize for this work. Other honours include Doctor Honoris Causa in the Universities of Marseille and Barcelona, and ‘Master’ of the American College of Rheumatology. In December 2018, Professor Hughes was honoured to receive the “Hamdan Award for Medical Research Excellence”, presented by Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum at a ceremony in Dubai.

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Dr Arvind Kaul

Dr. Kaul is a Consultant Rheumatologist at St. George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He has been actively involved in service development in Psoriatic Arthritis running combined Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis clinics. 
He is a member of the Group for Research and Assessment of Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis (GRAPPA) and has been involved in clinical trials and chaired and spoken extensively at numerous meetings on Psoriatic Arthritis.

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Dr David D'Cruz

Professor David D’Cruz MD FRCP. Consultant Rheumatologist, Louise Coote Lupus Unit, Guys and St Thomas’ Hospitals, London. Professor D’Cruz is the Clinical Team Lead of this internationally renowned tertiary referral centre for autoimmune rheumatic disorders. His major clinical and research interests are systemic lupus erythematosus, the antiphospholipid syndrome and systemic vasculitis. He leads the Louise Coote Lupus Clinical Trials Unit which has a portfolio of investigator and industry led trials. His research portfolio includes a translational medicine programme in collaboration with basic science laboratories in the Division of Immunology, Inflammation and Infectious Diseases, King's College School of Medicine. He is one of the Managing Editors of the journal Lupus. He is a past President of the Rheumatology Section of the Royal Society of Medicine.

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