Helen KeenMay 29, 2017
Catherine HillFebruary 26, 2017
Graeme Jones, Australia
Dr. Graeme Jones
attended Sydney University graduating with first class honours in Medicine in 1985. He then did training in Internal Medicine and Rheumatology in Sydney and Newcastle. He became a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians in 1991. While at Newcastle he also did a Masters degree in Clinical Epidemiology. He then moved to the Garvan Institute in Sydney where he completed a doctorate in Osteoporosis Epidemiology in 1994. He is also a fellow of the Australian faculty of Public Health Medicine. Since 1995 he has been in Hobart, Tasmania where he combines clinical practice and research. He is currently Professor of Rheumatology and Epidemiology and Head of the Musculoskeletal Unit at the Menzies Research Institute as well as Head of the Department of Rheumatology at Royal Hobart Hospital. An NHMRC Practitioner Fellowship funds his position. He is also the current Medical Director of the Arthritis Foundation of Australia. He has received grants from competitive and non-competitive sources totalling over $16 million dollars and has published >250 articles primarily on the epidemiology of osteoporosis and osteoarthritis. In more recent years he has concentrated on both industry sponsored and investigator initiated clinical trials. He has received awards and given numerous oral presentations at the annual scientific meetings of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, the American College of Rheumatology, OARSI and EULAR. His current research interests are the development of peak bone mass and fracture aetiology in children, genetic and environmental risk factors for osteoarthritis, health promotion, the role of environmental factors such as diet and physical activity in osteoporosis and fractures in the elderly, clinical trials and meta-analysis.