Author Interview: Dr Kehinde Sunmboye, 2024

Join Professor Peter Nash from the Griffith University in Brisbane, and Dr Kehinde Sunmboye, a consultant rheumatologist at the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, in this episode of the Author Interview series. Dr Sunmboye discusses his recent paper 'Cardiovascular safety of Janus Kinase inhibitor therapy in a multi-ethnic population' with Professor Nash in this exclusive interview.

Discussing Rheumatology: January 2024

Join Professor Iain McInnes for the first episode on The Immune-Mediated Inflammatory Disease Forum, where he discusses the latest information and data in rheumatology. In this episode, he discusses two papers that aimed to advise on treatment of rheumatic diseases in a real-world setting. In our first paper, Emma Dures and her colleagues compiled the 2023 EULAR recommendations for the management of fatigue in people with inflammatory rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases. Our second paper is from Kehinde Sunmboye and his colleagues, where they investigated the incidence of MACE in a multi-ethnic population that were treated with JAK inhibitors. To access detailed summary slides for the papers discussed today, visit imidforum.com.

AxSpA Podcast: Long-Term Outcomes of Secukinumab & JAKis in Clinical Practice

Join us for the latest axSpA podcast brought to you by the Immune-mediated Inflammatory Disease forum! This month Dr Sofia Ramiro is joined by Professors Hideto Kameda and Xenofon Baraliakos to discuss the long-term impact of secukinumab treatment on bone-related outcomes and BTMs in r-AxSpA patients over two years. Our faculty then move on to discuss another publication, which presents JAKi treatment recommendations for IMIDs from a two-round modified RAM study with 21 subject matter experts.

Author Interview: Professor Andrea Rubbert-Roth, 2023

Join Professor Peter Nash from the Griffith University in Brisbane, and Professor Andrea Rubbert-Roth, a doctor of rheumatology and internal medicine at the Kantonsspital St Gallen in Switzerland, as they discuss her recent paper 'Malignancy in the Upadacitinib Clinical Trials for Rheumatoid Arthritis, Psoriatic Arthritis, Ankylosing Spondylitis, and Non-radiographic Axial Spondyloarthritis'.

PsA Podcast: Secukinumab & The Effect of Sex on the Long-Term Persistence of Targeted Therapies

Join Professors Peter Nash, Philip Mease, Frank Behrens, and Laura Coates as they discuss the top publications in the world of PsA. They discuss two highly relevant topics in the field, namely the effect of sex on the long-term persistence of targeted therapies, as well as the impact of secukinumab on synovitis and enthesitis.

AxSpA Podcast: Bimekizumab in AxSpA & Secukinumab Patient Clustering

Join us for the latest axSpA podcast! This month Dr Sofia Ramiro, consultant rheumatologist and senior researcher at Leiden University Medical Centre and Zuyderland Medical Centre, is joined once again by experts with a wealth of clinical knowledge. Joining her is Hideto Kameda, Professor of Internal Medicine at Toho University as well as Atul Deodhar, Professor of Medicine and Medical Director of Rheumatology Clinics in the Division of Arthritis & Rheumatic Diseases at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, USA. Also joining this insightful group is Xenofon Baraliakos, Professor of Internal Medicine and Rheumatology at the Ruhr-University in Bochum, and Medical Director of the rheumatology centre Rheumazentrum Ruhrgebiet in Herne, Germany.

In the first paper discussed, the authors compared the efficacy and safety of bimekizumab with biologic/targeted synthetic disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs in nr-axSpA and AS. Our second paper then goes on to identify distinct clinical clusters based on patient demographics and baseline clinical indicators from the clinical development programme of secukinumab in patients with a variety of rheumatological conditions.