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During Saturday’s Great Debate session, Michelle Petri, MD, MPH, made the case for belimumab, while Brad Rovin, MD, argued in favor of voclosporin.
Researchers reported results from six highly anticipated studies on Saturday during the first plenary session at ACR Convergence 2021.
In the Philip Hench, MD Memorial Lecture on Sunday, Peggy Crow, MD, reviewed several milestones in lupus research and discussed recent discoveries that hold promise for future advances.
Peter Gregersen, MD, recounted his 40 years working in a changing research landscape — from RA to endometriosis — during the Paul Klemperer, MD Memorial Lecture on Saturday.
Bioethicist Christine Grady, PhD, MSN, discussed ethical quandaries in vaccine development, rollout, and utilization, with a special focus on COVID-19 vaccines, during Saturday’s ARP keynote presentation.
Sampath Prahalad, MD, MSc, and Lainie Ross, MD, PhD, examined ethical issues surrounding genomic research and biobanking in pediatric rheumatology during a Sunday morning session.