About ICAPA 2019

About the Organising Committee

Local – UK Organising Committee

Ian Bruce (Chair), University of Manchester
Maria Laura Bertolaccini, Guy’s King’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust
Ian Crocker, University of Manchester
Maria Cuadrado, Guy’s King’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust and Madrid
Hannah Cohen, University College London
David D’Cruz, King’s College London
Maria Efthymiou, University College London
Ian Giles, University College London
Graham Hughes, HCA London Bridge Hospital
Beverley Hunt, King’s College London
David Isenberg, University College London
Ian Mackie, University College London
Eoghan McCarthy, Manchester University Foundation Trust
Ben Parker, Manchester University Foundation Trust
Charis Pericleous, Imperial College London
Anisur Rahman, University College London
Giovanni Sanna, Guy’s King’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust
Jecko Thachil, Manchester University Foundation Trust
Clare Tower, Manchester University Foundation Trust
David Werring, University College London

International Scientific Committee

Ian Bruce (Chair), Manchester, UK
Mary-Carmen Amigo, Mexico City, Mexico
Laura Andreoli, Brescia, Italy
Tatsuya Atsumi, Sapporo (Hokudai), Japan
Ricard Cervera, Barcelona, Spain
Danieli De Andrade, Sao Paolo, Brazil
Katrien Devreese, Ghent, Belgium
Doruk Erkan, New York, USA
Paul Fortin, Quebec City, Canada
E Nigel Harris, University of the West Indies
Munther Khamashta, Dubai, UAE
Jason Knight, Ann Arbor, USA
Steven A Krilis, Kogarah, Australia
Steven Levine, New York, USA
Roger Levy, Rio de Janiero, Brazil
Pier Luigi Meroni, Milan, Italy
Vittorio Pengo, Padova, Italy
Michelle Petri, Baltimore, USA
Jacob Rand, New York, USA
Joyce Rauch, Montreal, Canada
Robert Roubey, North Carolina, USA
Guillermo Ruiz-Irastorza, Bilbao, Spain
Lisa Sammaritano, New York, USA
Yehuda Shoenfeld, Tel Aviv, Israel
Maria Tektonidou, Athens, Greece
Angela Tincani, Brescia, Italy
David Ware Branch, Salt Lake City, USA
Denis Wahl, Nancy, France

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A key focus of the congress will be to involve young investigators and the next generation of leaders from clinical and non-clinical disciplines. We believe that capacity building and encouraging new investigators will helps us drive this area forward over the next few years. We also have an exciting patient programme in the congress to help us better understand fully the unmet needs and plan and prioritise future research.