SLRA Presentation & Dinner – May 2019
May 9 @ 6:15 pm – 9:00 pm CDT
St. Louis Rheumatology Association
Thursday, May 9th, 2019
Neuropsychiatric Lupus – Updates on Diagnosis and Therapy
Presenter: Hermine I Brunner, MD MSc MBA, FAAP, FACR
Hermine Brunner, MD, MSc, MBA, is a pediatric rheumatologist with a special clinical and research interest in pediatric lupus. Her research is focused on biomarker discovery and the testing of new medications for lupus.
She is also involved in trial design and provides statistical support at Cincinnati Children’s. As head of the Lupus Center, she is involved in the conduction of the Lupus Clinic and the organization of Lupus Support Groups.
She also pioneers the development of outcome measures and improving the quality of clinical of children with lupus and other rheumatic diseases.
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