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Three new studies have been added to our pinboard.
B. Möller hat uns die Powerpoint Folien zu folgender Studie zur Verfügung gestellt:
Anlässlich des Bechterew-Symposium presentierte Adrian Ciurea in seinem Referat die SCQM-Resultate. Von SVMB haben wir freundlicherweise dieses Referat als Video bekommen.
Analysing the data of SCQM cohort Burkhard Möller and his collegues suggest that anaemia may add information to predict radiographic damage in rheumatoid arthritis.
Please, find our complete list of scientific publications.
In the Ars Medici of October 2012 Renate Weber reports on the results Axel Finckh presented at the Congress of the Swiss Society of Rheumatology.
The results of Dr. Pascal Zufferey were presented in the 2012 Eular Congress News.
On November 3rd the 6th Swiss Bechterew Symposium for patients and their family as well as for doctors took place. SCQM contributed to this symposium with the following talks:
At this year's ACR/ARHP annual meeting, taking place from the 9th until the 14th of November in Washington, D.C., the following studies based on the data of the SCQM cohort will be presented:
Three research projects based on SCQM data have been approved from the SCQM Foundation Board.
In fall of 2011 we established the infrastructure and the operating procedures of SCQM biobank and we started with the collection of the biosamples. Currently, serum and DNA from more than 600 patients have been stored in the biobank, collected from more than 30 hospitals and clinics in seven cantons.
Dr. Almut Scherer, our longstanding scientific manager, has successfully completed her Master of Biostatistics. We heartily congratulate Mrs. Scherer on this achievement!
At this year's SSR congress, taking place 19 - 21.9.2012 in Geneva, the following studies, based on the data of the SCQM cohort, will be presented:
In the Rubrik "News from Eular" of the Rheuma Schweiz (4/2012), Adrian Ciurea discusses the influence of smoking on the disease activity of patients with axial Spondyloarthritis. At this year's EULAR he presented some preliminary data on this subject from the SCQM register. According to these data, smoking was associated with a less favorable course of disease activity in patients with elevated baseline CRP.