Our research aims to improve understanding of rheumatic diseases and develop new treatments and diagnostic tools.
Our research team conduces studies both in the field of basic research, translational research and clinical research. This activity aims to improve our understanding of various rheumatic diseases and to develop new diagnostic tools and treatment.
Focuses of our research are:
•Bonepathology (osteoporosis, crystallization, metabolic and immunological bone changes)
•Crystal-associated arthropathy (e.g. gout, chondrocalcinosis and hydroxyapatite disease)
•Osteoarthritis (hip, knee, facet joint and hands)
•Genetic connective tissue disorders (e.g. Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome)