ACR Annual Conferences

2022 ACR Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, November 2022
UCSD fellows T. Lwin, R. Dhital, M. Kaur and Dr. N. Singh, at ACR conference 2022 in Philadelphia.
UCSD fellows T. Lwin, R. Dhital, M. Kaur and Dr. N. Singh, at ACR conference 2022 in Philadelphia.

Rheumatology fellow Dr. Rashmi Dhital is presenting oral abstract at ACR 2022 conference in Philadelphia

Dr. Rashmi Dhital receiving 2022 Marshall J. Schiff, MD Memorial Fellow Research Award, ACR 2022, Philadelphia

2019 ACR Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, November 2019

ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting - San Diego, 2017
UCSD Rheumatology Fellows and Residents at the ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting San Diego, 2017

 ACR 2017 Poster presentation
Jonathan Mills, MD, Rheumaotogy fellow
bstract presentation: Differentially utilized transcription factors and enhancers in Rheumatoid Arthritis Fibrolast-like synoviocytes

ACR 2017 Poster presentation
Brittanny Frankel, MD, recent UCSD residency graduate together with Angela Christensen, MD, recent UCSD Fellowship graduate ( not in the picture...)
Adherence to American College of Rheumatology guidelines for prevention of glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosis in patients with polymyalgia rheumatica

ACR 2017 Poster presentation
Ena Sharma, MD, Senior Fellow (2nd yr)
A case control study of Anakinra use for acute gout in a VA patient cohort reveals association with east Asian descent, high urate burden, and increased co-morbidities, and all-cause mortality



Chelsey Smith, MD,
Senior Fellow (3rd year, research path)
ACR 2017 Presenter for Clinicopathologic Conference (CPC) session: “Fever and Cytopenia in a Lupus Patient: Nothing is assimple as it seems (Nov 6, 2017)" 

ACR 2017 Poster and Oral presentation
Aladdin Shadyab, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow
Poster Presentation: Association of leisure-time physical activity with late-life mobility limitation among women with total joint replacement for hip or knee osteoarthritis

Oral Presentation: General and abdominal obesity as risk factors for late-life mobility limitation among women with total knee or hip replacement for osteoarthritis