Dr. O’Shea has served on the editorial boards of multiple journals, including: Immunity, Journal of Experimental Medicine, Journal of Biological Chemistry, Journal of Immunology, and Blood. He has been an invited lecturer at numerous universities.

NIAMS Awards Five Centers of Research Translation

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Continuing its commitment to support translational research, the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS) of the National Institutes of Health announces five Centers of Research Translation (CORT) (P50) awards. CORTs foster the application of basic research to human diseases within the NIAMS mission. Synergistic teams of scientists carry out these programs to address significant translational research challenges. Each CORT contains a minimum of three highly meritorious research components: one or more translational research projects, one or more research cores, and an administrative core. Through the CORTs, investigators identify new therapeutic targets, develop treatments or diagnostics, or

NIAMS Awards Five New Core Centers for Clinical Research

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The National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS) of the National Institutes of Health announces five new Core Centers for Clinical Research (CCCR) (P30) awards. The CCCRs provide avenues to advance the methodological sciences that support clinical research within and across the NIAMS' scientific portfolio. The overall goal of the CCCRs is to develop and apply methods, metrics, and outcome measures that address existing and emerging clinical research needs to advance the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of musculoskeletal, rheumatologic, and skin diseases. Based on internal review, along with inputs from an externally convened Centers Evaluation Working Group

NIAMS Community Outreach Bulletin — Winter 2018

https://www.niams.nih.gov/newsletters/community-outreach-newsletter/2018/niams-community-outreach-bulletin-winter-2018

*/ /*--> */ /*--> */ Feature Story New Year, New Website: Fresh Resources for Your Community Visit the new NIAMS redesigned website to find reliable health information even faster! The new site uses a responsive design so that it can be easily viewed on a phone, tablet or computer. The Health Topics are listed in an A-Z directory and by general categories. Many topics are also available in Spanish , Chinese , Korean and Vietnamese . Some of the new features include: Health Topics that are available in modules with featured sections, such as symptoms, causes and treatment, to allow

NIAMS Update — December 14, 2017

https://www.niams.nih.gov/newsletters/niams-update/2017/niams-update-december-14-2017

*/ /*--> */ /*--> */ SPOTLIGHT Letter From Dr. Stephen I. Katz: Strengthening Our Partnership With the NIAMS Coalition Dear Colleagues, The 2017 NIAMS Coalition Outreach and Education Day marked a decade since the inaugural event. From its inception, we have worked diligently to build innovative partnerships and research programs to connect science with the public. The NIAMS Coalition is a consortium of more than 90 professional and voluntary organizations that are national in scope. These groups serve as key partners in advancing our mission, and we rely on them to help further public understanding about diseases and conditions of

Strengthening Our Partnership With the NIAMS Coalition

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Dear Colleagues: The 2017 NIAMS Coalition Outreach and Education Day marked a decade since the inaugural event. From its inception, we have worked diligently to build innovative partnerships and research programs to connect science with the public. The NIAMS Coalition is a consortium of more than 90 professional and voluntary organizations that are national in scope. These groups serve as key partners in advancing our mission, and we rely on them to help further public understanding about diseases and conditions of the bones, joints, muscles and skin. This biennial event provides a forum for our Coalition members to share best

Honoring Health — November Is National Healthy Skin Month — November 2017

https://www.niams.nih.gov/newsletters/aian-newsletter/2017/aian-newsletter-november-2017

*/ /*--> */ /*--> */ November Is National Healthy Skin Month! Skin health is essential to overall health. The skin is the largest organ of the body and plays an important role in protecting it. The skin holds in body fluids, prevents dehydration and keeps out harmful germs. It’s important to keep your skin healthy to prevent sickness or damage to the bones, muscles and internal organs. This issue, featuring information on how to maintain healthy skin, is brought to you by the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS) and the National Cancer Institute (NCI), part

Guest Director’s Letter: Advancing Prevention Research at the NIH

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I am delighted to introduce David M. Murray, Ph.D., Associate Director for Prevention and Director, Office of Disease Prevention. Dr. Murray oversees the lead office at NIH responsible for assessing, facilitating, and stimulating research on disease prevention and health promotion, and disseminating the results of this research to improve public health. Stephen I. Katz, M.D., Ph.D. Director, National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases Guest Director’s Letter: Advancing Prevention Research at the NIH Dear Colleagues: Prevention has been an important part of the NIH's mission since 1798, when NIH began as the Marine Hospital Service established to screen
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