Rosalind Ramsey-Goldman, MD
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Dr. Rosalind Ramsey-Goldman is the Solovy Arthritis Research Society Professor at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, IL and she directs the Patient-Oriented Clinical Research Program in lupus having funding from NIH, foundations, philanthropy, and industry.    Her research program examines risk factors to minimize complications in lupus including osteoporosis, malignancy, and cardiovascular disease.  Through national and international collaborations, she studies genetic risk factors for disease severity/susceptibility; collaborates on investigations studying pathogenesis of disease; develops disease classification criteria, flare assessments, nephritis guidelines, and assessment of patient outcomes (fatigue)Many of these clinical investigations incorporate analysis of lupus in multiethnic cohorts examining clinical, laboratory, and health related outcomes. She is active in designing, monitoring and performing clinical trials, identifying novel biomarkers, and testing innovative therapies.   She was co-chair of the clinical lupus abstract selection committee for the ACR annual meeting, was a previous Chair of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus International Collaborating Clinics (SLICC), and was a co-editor for Arthritis & RheumatologyShe has had multiple service and leadership positions for the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) including Chair of the Profession Meetings Committee, Chair of the Committee on Education, COE, member of the Board of Directors, member on the Nominations and Appointments Committee, and member of the Scientific Advisory Council for the Rheumatology Research Foundation.  She has published over 300 manuscripts (239 peer reviewed and 82 invited papers).  Dr. Ramsey-Goldman received the 2016 Lawren H. Daltroy award for health communication during the LUPUS 2016 meeting, the 2017 Evelyn V. Hess award from the Lupus Foundation of America presented during the ACR annual meeting in 2017, and she was the second recipient of the Paula Stern Award for Outstanding Women in Science and Medicine presented by the Women Faculty Organization (WFO), Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in June 2018.