Division of Rheumatology | NYU Langone Health

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Division of Rheumatology

Our division is dedicated to providing exceptional education, research opportunities, and clinical services.

NYU Langone Health’s Division of Rheumatology, part of the Department of Medicine, is one of the leading rheumatology divisions in the country. Under the leadership of Jill P. Buyon, MD, division director, we pursue a tradition of excellence reflected in our tripartite mission of providing outstanding training of clinician–scientists; conducting innovative basic, translational, and clinical research; and offering the latest advances in clinical services.

Division Announcements

Jonathan Samuels, MD, participated in the development of updated treatment guideline for osteoarthritis recently released by the American College of Rheumatology in collaboration with the Arthritis Foundation. The guidelines reflect advances in disease management since the last guidelines were published in 2012.

NYU Winthrop Hospital is making its mark in autoimmune research, patient care, and education across the New York metropolitan region.

Ashira Blazer, MD, is the recipient of a grant from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis through a unique institute called Programs to Increase Diversity Among Individuals Engaged in Health-Related Research (PRIDE). The National Institutes of Health–funded program seeks to improve minority representation among faculty conducting biomedical research, as well as the diversity of the research itself.

Rheumatology Education

We train future academicians, researchers, and clinicians and provide continuing medical education.

Rheumatology Faculty

Our faculty consists of leading educators, researchers, and clinicians.

February 19, 2019

Lupus Strongly Linked to Imbalances in Gut Microbiome

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Rheumatology Research

We offer an extensive rheumatology research program focusing on the biology of inflammation and autoimmunity.