Nelly Ziade, Saint Joseph University, Lebanon
Talk: What is the impact of the shifting rheumatologists' gender balance on the future of rheumatology as a specialty?
Dr. Nelly Ziadé, is a consultant rheumatologist at Hotel-Dieu de France Hospital and Assistant Professor of Rheumatology, Public Health, and Epidemiology at Saint-Joseph University, Beirut.
Dr. Ziadé holds an MD degree and a Rheumatology specialist degree from Saint-Joseph University, Beirut. She earned an MPH and a PhD degree in Public Health from Paris Universities. She has been elected as Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London.
Dr. Ziadé is the president-elect of the Lebanese Society of Rheumatology, president of the ArLAR Research Group (the ARCH), a member of the French Society of Rheumatology and a full ASAS member.
Dr. Ziadé’s main clinical research interests target epidemiology, spondyloarthropathies, rheumatoid arthritis and patient education.
She has published her research in several peer-reviewed international journals and serves as reviewer and editorial board member in international medical scientific journals.
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