Winners of EULAR Abstract Award 2018

PARE

Martina Simone Engel, Switzerland

DEVELOPMENT OF THE SWISS NATIONAL STRATEGY “MUSCULOSKELETAL DISEASES” 2017-2022                                                               BY THE SWISS LEAGUE AGAINST RHEUMATISM

Health Professionals

Alison Hammond, United Kingdom

THE EFFECTS OF ARTHRITIS GLOVES ON HAND PAIN IN PEOPLE WITH RHEUMATOID OR                                                                            INFLAMMATORY ARTHRITIS: A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL (A-GLOVES TRIAL).

Julia S Malmborg, Sweden

SLEEPING PROBLEMS AND ANXIETY IS ASSOCIATED TO CHRONIC MULTISITE MUSCULOSKELETAL                                                     PAIN IN SWEDISH HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Ann Bremander

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN ESTABLISHED RA AND VARIABLES ASSOCIATED WITH PHYSICAL                                                                           ACTIVITY MAINTENANCE OVER A SEVEN YEAR PERIOD

Basic Science

Anne Musters, Netherlands

DOMINANT B CELL RECEPTOR CLONES IN PERIPHERAL BLOOD PREDICT ONSET OF ARTHRITIS                                                                 IN INDIVIDUALS AT RISK FOR RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS – A VALIDATION COHORT

Mohammad Hussein Al-Mossawi, United Kingdom

GENOTYPIC EFFECTS OF ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS ASSOCIATED IL7R POLYMORPHISMS ARE                                                             MEDIATED THROUGH MONOCYTES IN INFLAMMATION

Elena López-Isac, Spain

NEW SYSTEMIC SCLEROSIS RISK LOCI IDENTIFIED THROUGH A META-GWAS STRATEGY

Marialbert Acosta-Herrera, Spain

CROSS-DISEASE META-ANALYSIS IN FOUR SYSTEMIC AUTOIMMUNE DISEASES TO IDENTIFY                                                          SHARED GENETIC ETIOLOGIES

Sam Robert Finlay, United Kingdom

ACTIVATION OF MERTK+CD206+ SUBPOPULATION OF HUMAN SYNOVIAL TISSUE-RESIDENT                                                         MACROPHAGES LIMITS INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE.

Louise Mary Topping, United Kingdom

TARGETING NEUTROPHIL MICROVESICLES TO DAMAGED CARTILAGE USING ANTIBODIES TO                                                               POST-TRANSLATIONALLY MODIFIED COLLAGEN II

Clinical Science

Cecilie Heegaard Brahe, Denmark

DOSE TAPERING AND DISCONTINUATION OF BIOLOGICAL THERAPY IN RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS                                                                PATIENTS IN REMISSION IN ROUTINE CARE –
2-YEAR OUTCOMES AND IDENTIFICATION OF PREDICTORS

Ippei Miyagawa, Japan

PRECISION MEDICINE USING DIFFERENT BIOLOGICAL DMARDS BASED ON CHARACTERISTIC                                                                       PHENOTYPES OF PERIPHERAL T HELPER CELLS IN PSORIATIC ARTHRITIS

Guoqi Cai, Austrialia

A MULTICENTRE RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF ZOLEDRONIC ACID FOR OSTEOARTHRITIS                                                          OF THE KNEE WITH BONE MARROW LESIONS

Pomme Bibiche Marinelle Poppelaars, Netherlands

MORTALITY OF THE COBRA EARLY RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS TRIAL COHORT AFTER 23 YEARS FOLLOW UP

Gloria Lliso-Ribera, United Kingdom

SYNOVIAL CELL INFILTRATION IN ACPA-VE PATIENTS DISPLAYS SIMILAR SIGNATURES TO OTHER                                                               SERONEGATIVE INFLAMMATORY ARTHRITIS. RESULTS FROM THE PATHOBIOLOGY OF                                                                                    EARLY ARTHRITIS COHORT (PEAC).

Kenneth Frank Baker, United Kingdom

PREDICTORS OF DRUG-FREE REMISSION IN RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS: RESULTS FROM THE                                                                           PROSPECTIVE BIOMARKERS OF REMISSION IN RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS (BIORRA) STUDY.

Undergraduate Awards

Amr Mohammed, United Kingdom

DEVELOPMENT OF METABOLIC SYNDROME IN PATIENTS WITH SLE: RESULTS FROM AN INCEPTION COHORT

Julie Gandrup, United States

EFFECT OF THREE HEALTH IT INTERVENTIONS ON RA DISEASE ACTIVITY SCORE DOCUMENTATION IN                                                  AN ACADEMIC RHEUMATOLOGY CLINIC

Widian Laaraj, Germany

SOLUBLE VASCULAR ADHESION MOLECULE-1 IS OVEREXPRESSED IN PATIENTS WITH VASCULITIS,                                                    RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS AND ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS