Rosalind Ramsey-Goldman MD, DrPHSolovy Arthritis Research Society Research Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine/Division of Rheumatology, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois
Dr. Rosalind Ramsey-Goldman is the Solovy Arthritis Research Society Professor at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, Illinois, and she directs the Patient-Oriented Clinical Research Program in lupus having funding from NIH, foundations, philanthropy, and industry. She is a leader in clinical investigation locally, nationally and internationally. Her research program examines risk factors to minimize complications in lupus including osteoporosis, malignancy, and cardiovascular disease. Through national and international collaborations, she studies genetic risk factors for disease severity/susceptibility; collaborates on investigations studying pathogenesis of disease; develops disease classification criteria, flare assessments, nephritis guidelines, and assessment of patient outcomes (fatigue). Many of these clinical investigations incorporate analysis of lupus in multiethnic cohorts examining clinical, laboratory, and health related outcomes. She is active in designing, monitoring and performing clinical trials, identifying novel biomarkers, and testing innovative therapies. Dr. Ramsey-Goldman received the 2017 Evelyn V. Hess award from the Lupus Foundation of America, the Paula Stern Award for Outstanding Women in Science and Medicine presented by the Women Faculty Organization (WFO), Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in June 2018, and she was designated a Master of the ACR in 2019.