NOT A CME CONFERENCE
What a Difference a Year can Make: 12 Months of Osteoarthritis Research Progress
Matlock Jeffries, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine/Rheumatology-Immunology-Allergy
Upon completion of this session, participants will improve their competence and performance by being able to: Recognize the burden and cost of osteoarthritis in the United States. Outline epigenetic changes that occur both in joint tissues and in peripheral blood cells. Describe the associations of a cartilage tissue microbiome and the presence and severity of OA. Describe the role of the gut microbiome in cartilage regeneration in mice. Outline next-generation epigenetic editing approaches for the treatment of osteoarthritis.
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