Winners of EULAR Abstract Award 2015

PARE

James Rickmann, Denmark

RHEUMABUDDY, A SMARTPHONE APP, USED TO EMPOWER PATIENTS WITH RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

 

Health Professionals

Roos Arends, Netherlands

THE LONGITUDINAL RELATION BETWEEN PATTERNS OF GOAL MANAGEMENT AND ADAPTATION TO ARTHRITIS

Anna Ericsson, Sweden

RESISTANCE EXERCISE IMPROVES MULTIDIMENSIONAL FATIGUE IN WOMEN WITH FIBROMYALGIA. A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

Linda Kwakkenbos, Canada

IDENTIFYING CLINICALLY SIGNIFICANT FATIGUE IN RHEUMATIC DISEASES: A CASE-DEFINITION APPROACH

 

Basic Science

Mojca Frank Bertoncelj, Switzerland

POSITIONAL CODING AND NONCODING TRANSCRIPTOMES OF SYNOVIAL FIBROBLASTS IN JOINT SPECIFIC PATTERNS OF ARTHRITIS

Mohit Kapoor, Canada

SOLUBLE EPHRIN-B2 ECTODOMAIN CONTRIBUTES TO THE PATHOGENESIS OF SYSTEMIC SCLEROSIS

Simon Mastbergen, Netherlands

INTRINSIC CARTILAGE REPAIR BY JOINT DISTRACTION IS TRIGGERED BY A REGENERATIVE TRANSCRIPTIONAL RESPONSE

Darren O'Rielly, Canada

GLOBAL DNA METHYLATION PATTERNS DIFFER BETWEEN RESPONDERS AND NON-RESPONDERS IN PSORIATIC ARTHRITIS PATIENTS TREATED WITH TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR-Α INHIBITORS

Philip Robinson, Australia

EXOMEWIDE ASSOCIATION STUDY OF ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS IDENTIFIES ADDITIONAL CODING REGION GENETIC ASSOCIATIONS WITH AS AND STRENGTHENS EVIDENCE OF SHARED GENETIC BACKGROUND WITH INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE

Joan Wither, Canada

PRESENCE OF AN INTERFERON SIGNATURE IN ANTI-NUCLEAR ANTIBODY POSITIVE INDIVIDUALS PRIOR TO THE ONSET OF SYSTEMIC AUTOIMMUNE RHEUMATIC DISEASE

 

Clinical Science

Pilar Brito Zeron, Spain

CATEGORIZATION OF BASELINE SYSTEMIC ACTIVITY AT DIAGNOSIS USING THE ESSDAI DISEASE ACTIVITY STATES (DAS) IN PRIMARY SJÖGREN SYNDROME: ASSOCIATION WITH POOR OUTCOMES

Kateri Lévesque, Canada

DETERMINANTS OF SURVIVAL OF FETUSES WITH AUTOIMMUNE CONGENITAL HEART BLOCK AND FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH NEONATAL AND LATE-ONSET DILATED CARDIOMYOPATHY: 214 CASES FROM THE FRENCH REGISTRY OF NEONATAL LUPUS

Leo Lu, United States

IMPROVED SURVIVAL IN RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS: A GENERAL POPULATION-BASED STUDY

Joost Swart, Netherlands

THE ADDITION OF ONE OR MORE BIOLOGICS TO METHOTREXATE IN CHILDREN WITH JUVENILE IDIOPATHIC ARTHRITIS INCREASES THE INCIDENCE OF INFECTIONS AND SERIOUS ADVERSE EVENTS. THE 5882 PHARMACHILD COHORT

Elke Theander, Sweden

SMOKERS HAVE REDUCED RISK OF PRIMARY SJÖGREN’S SYNDROME (PSS), AND SMOKE CESSATION MAY TRIGGER DEVELOPMENT OF THE DISEASE

William Tillett, United Kingdom

WORK DISABILITY AFTER INITIATION OF ANTI-TNF AND DMARD TREATMENT IN PSORIATIC ARTHRITIS; INVESTIGATOR LED, UK, MULTICENTRE OBSERVATIONAL COHORT STUDY (LOPAS II)

 

Undergraduate Awards

Daniele Ferrari, Italy
SAFETY OF ANTI-TNFΑ AGENTS FOR THE TREATMENT OF JUVENILE IDIOPATHIC ARTHRITIS-RELATED UVEITIS: DATA FROM THE ORCHIDEA REGISTRY
Camelia Frantz, France
IMPAIRED QUALITY OF LIFE IN SYSTEMIC SCLEROSIS AND PATIENT PERCEPTION OF THE DISEASE : A LARGE INTERNATIONAL SURVEY
Annemirthe van Zanten, Netherlands
PRESENCE OF ACPA IN A LARGE (>40.000) POPULATION BASED COHORT FROM THE NETHERLANDS