Division of Rheumatology - Welcome
The Division of Rheumatology specializes in the care of both adults and children with rheumatic diseases with an emphasis on rheumatoid arthritis (RA), juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), and other connective tissue diseases (CTD). The Division has consistently been ranked in the top 25 of Rheumatology Fellowship Training Programs. The Division consists of five full-time faculty members (MDs), one part-time faculty member (MD), four Fellows in training, one Ph.D. in the laboratory, and one laboratory associate (M.S.).
The Division offers the largest rheumatology clinics in the Midwest for children and adolescents and the largest adult clinic in Missouri.
The Division also includes a rheumatology laboratory that offers a wide variety of immunological testing.
The research laboratory’s priority projects are on
Studies on Systemic Lupus on Regulatory T-cells,
Studies in Systemic Lupus on Interferon Signatures,
Studies in Systemic Lupus on Syk and Immune Complexes, and
Studies in Juvenile Idiopathic Arthitis on Isotypes of Anti-CCP Antibodies and Rheumatoid Factors and Glycosylation.
Saint Louis FC, Saint Louis's men's professional soccer team, and SLU Rheumatology
have teamed up for a special group night on August 31st as STLFC takes on the USL Rival Oklahoma City at 7:00pm at World Wide Technology Soccer Park.
Please use promo code: SLUR (Not case sensitive) to receive your special $23 West Reserved seat for the game.
A portion of ticket sales will be donated to the Saint Louis University Division of Rheumatology to support their education program for Rheumatology trainees.
***If you have any questions or need help purchasing tickets please contact Sean Fuller at 636-680-0997 or email@example.com***
The Oklahoma City Energy, an affiliate of FC Dallas, will look to add to what is becoming a competitive series between the two sides when they visit World Wide Technology Soccer Park for the second time this year.
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