OARSI LIVE Webinar Series
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All OARSI Live webinars are available for your on demand viewing and listed below.
Please note: We are currently working on a fall OARSI Live webinar series. If you would like to present on an OARSI Live webinar, please contact Vincenzo Nelli at email@example.com.
OARSI LIVE WEBINAR RECORDINGS
Session Title: The Art and Science of Sample Size Estimation: Basic Science and Clinical Considerations
Session Description: Whether you are conducting animal research or plan a large Phase 3 randomized controlled trials, one of the key parts of planning, conducting and reporting research – is sample size! In this session, Statistical Editors of Osteoarthritis and Cartilage will offer their insights into ‘do’s and dont’s’ of sample size estimation for clinical and basic science research, discuss major pitfalls of sample size estimation, describe journal requirements regarding sample size justification and offer a few key practical lessons of how to ‘do it right’.
Moderator: Elena Losina, PhD Brigham & Women's Hospital
Jamie E Collins, PhD Brigham & Women's Hospital
Aleksandra Turkiewicz, PhD Lund University
Session Title: Succeeding in Scientific Publishing: what are our editors looking for?
Session Description: Have you ever wondered why that paper got published and you are struggling to get your manuscript accepted? Wonder no more. The editors of Osteoarthritis and Cartilage and Osteoarthritis and Cartilage Open are going to tell you what constitutes a good manuscript. This will be followed by 30 minutes of questions and answers, so come prepared to ask all those questions you have always wished you could ask a journal editor.
Moderator: Frank Beier, PhD, University of Western Ontario
Joel A Block, MD, Rush University, Editor-in-Chief Osteoarthritis & Cartilage
Henning Madry, MD, Saarland University, Editor-in-Chief Osteoarthritis & Cartilage Open
Session Title: New insights into the epidemiology of OA
Session Description: In this session, three OA researchers will present their abstracts on the epidemiology and clinical aspects of OA. They will provide insights into risk factors of OA and the impact of the disease.
Ida Haugen, PhD, Diakonhjemmet Hospital
Martin Englund, PhD, Lund University
Martin Thomas, PhD, Keele University
Karin Magnusson, PhD, Lund University
Session Title: Advancing our understanding of osteoarthritis through observational clinical studies
Session Description: In this session, we will hear from talented OA clinical researchers who have used longitudinal clinical data to examine the relationships between walking, obesity and pain mechanisms and OA structure and symptoms.
Moderator: Gillian Hawker, PhD, University of Toronto
Tuhina Neogi, MD, PhD, FRCPC, Boston University
Elizabeth Badley, PhD, University of Toronto
Session Title: Imaging
Session Description: Imaging is the hallmark of osteoarthritis diagnostics and follow-up after interventions. In this OARSI Live Hour, we will hear three highly interesting presentations focusing on compositional and structural osteoarthritic changes in joint tissues - evaluated by MRI - and their association with longitudinal outcomes.
Moderators: Simo Saarakkala, PhD, University of Oulu, Frank Roemer, PhD, University Hospital Erlangen
Mike Bowes, PhD, imorphics
Frank Roemer, PhD, University Hospital Erlangen
Jeffrey Driban, PhD, Tufts University
Session Title: Walk this way: Insights into knee osteoarthritis from gait mechanics
Session Description: Knee osteoarthritis is a biomechanically driven disease. In this edition of the OARSI Live Hour, we will learn about changes in gait mechanics after high-tibial osteotomy, advance our understanding of the role of gait mechanics in disease progression, and discuss how people with knee OA respond to perturbations during walking.
Moderators: Deepak Kumar, PT, PhD, OCS, Boston University, Katherine Boyer, PhD University of Massachusetts Amherst
Rebecca Moyer, PT, PhD, Dalhousie University
Cheryl Kozey, PhD, Dalhousie University
Patrick Corrigan, PhD, DPT, Northeastern University
Session Title: Fat metabolism and OA
Session Description: Obesity and metabolic syndrome are now accepted risk factors for osteoarthritis. Although weight increases the mechanical burden on joints, it is becoming clearer that fat tissues are strongly implicated in OA. In this session, three short talks will discuss recent studies describing mechanisms by which fat metabolism can promote OA development.
Moderators: Blandine Poulet, PhD, University of Liverpool
Mohammad Ansari, PhD, NEOMED
Raghunatha Yammani, PhD, Wake Forest University
Yvonne van Gemert, Radboud Institute for Molecular life Science
Session Title: Outcomes of rehabilitation in osteoarthritis
Session Description: Outcome measures for management programs in osteoarthritis rehabilitation will facilitate better comparison between programs in clinical settings and patient populations, and will improve researchers' ability to better evaluate their effects. These outcomes could cover different facets of the patient's symptoms and risk factors, such as pain, stiffness, physical inactivity. Intervention strategies should include a range of intervention strategies, such as patient education, physical activity, exercise, weight loss, and assistive devices. This session will focus on outcomes of management programs in osteoarthritis rehabilitation, including self-management, patient education, and exercise therapy.
Moderators: Jos Runhaar, PhD, Erasmus MC University Medical Center Rotterdam; Martin Van Der Esch, PhD, Reade Centre for Rehabilitation and Rheumatology
Linda Baumbach, University of Southern Denmark
Håkan Nero, PhD, Lund University
Ewa Roos, PT, PhD, University of Southern Denmark
Session Title: Assessing outcomes after osteoarthritis pharmacological and surgical interventions
Session Description: Attendees will be able to consider study designs and specific issues concerning outcome measures applied in recent clinical trials with a range of interventions including zoledronic acid, high tibial osteotomy and knee joint replacement for knee OA.
Moderators: Martin Lotz, MD, The Scripps Research Institute
Dawn Aitken, PhD, Menzies Institute for Medical Research
Codie Primeau, MSc, Western University
Lauren King, University of Toronto
Session Title: Osteoarthritis Genetics and Epigenetics
Session Description: In this OARSI Live session, we will hear from a range of investigators at the forefront of genetic and epigenetic research in osteoarthritis. Join us to hear how this knowledge can help us to elucidate the risk, progression, diagnosis and treatment of the disease.
Moderators: Sarah Rice, PhD, Newcastle University; Cindy Boer, PhD, Erasmus Medical Center
Purva Singh, PhD, Hospital for Special Surgery
Yulia Kehayova, Newcastle University
Terence Capellini, PhD, Harvard University
S. Amanda Ali, PhD, Henry Ford Health System
April Hartley, University of Bristol
Session Title: Hip and Knee OA: Diagnostic Considerations and Comorbidities
Session Description: This session will examine diagnostic aspects of knee OA and the role of comorbidities in hip and knee OA outcomes
Moderators: Gillian Hawker, MD, MSc, University of Toronto and Marienke van Middelkoop, PhD, Erasmus MC Medical University Rotterdam
Jos Runhaar, PhD, Erasmus MC University Medical Center Rotterdam
Philippa Nicolson, PhD, University of Oxford
Session Title: Imaging of osteoarthritis: CT and MRI
Session Description: In this second OARSI Live Hour on Imaging for Spring 2021, we will learn more about imaging and the prevalence of intra-articular mineralizations in osteoarthritis. We will also hear the recent findings on diagnostic performance of region- and layer-specific analysis of T2 relaxation of articular cartilage from MRI.
Moderators: Simo Saarakkala, PhD, University of Oulu, Frank Roemer, MD, University Hospital Erlangen
Mohamed Jarraya, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital
Wolfgang Wirth, PhD, Paracelsus Medical University, Salburg, Austria
Session Title: Collagen biomarkers in osteoarthritis
Session Description: Factors influencing collagen biomarkers in urine, and serum, and what this means for their use in osteoarthritis
Moderators: Gerjo Van Osch, Erasmus MC; Cristina Ruiz-Romero, PhD, Grupo de Investigación de Reumatología
Jonathan Bjerre-Bastos, MD, University of Copenhagen
Liisa Kuhi, University of Tartu
Session Title: Nuts & Bolts of Writing a Successful Grant: Perspectives from Early Career Investigators
Session Description: In this first of a series of webinars on the topic of grantsmanship and grant writing, the speakers will share their personal experience on what the key conceptual and strategic aspects are for writing grant components like the specific aims page, significance/innovation, and approach. They will provide you with tips and tricks, with plenty of time for questions and discussion during the extended panel discussion at the end of the session. This more general first webinar will be followed by region/country-specific meetings later this year. Topics in the series will include how to write specific components required for fellowship and career development awards and how to tailor grants to strategic priorities for national funding bodies and societies.
Moderators: Nancy Lane, MD, U.C. Davis Health; Jeroen Geurts, PhD, University Hospital Lausanne
Jamie Collins, PhD, Brigham and Women's Hospital
Blandine Poulet, PhD, University of Liverpool
Yvonne Golightly, PT, PhD, University of North Carolina
Kyle Allen, PhD, University of Florida
Session Title: The mechanobiology path towards joint health
Session Description: This session features top abstracts on mechanobiology in osteoarthritis across the spectrum from subcellular to organ-level dimensions
Moderators: Barbara Chan, The University of Hong Kong; Rik Lories, MD, PhD, KU Leuven
Michelle Teunissen, MSc, Utrecht University
Holly Philpott, MSc
Hayat Muhammad, PhD, University of Oxford
Session Title: Cell and Gene Therapy - Regenerative Medicine
Session Description: Articular cartilage has a limited capacity for self-regeneration after injury. Repair of lesions of the articular cartilage is, therefore, a major clinical challenge. In several preclinical and clinical studies, chondrocytes and/or stem cells, delivered in suspension or seeded into biomaterials, have been shown to repair cartilage defects. In this webinar, we will learn about novel translational stem cell-mediated approaches currently under investigation for the repair of articular cartilage and the treatment of osteoarthritis.
Moderators: Cosimo De Bari, MD, PhD, FRCP, University of Aberdeen; Yolande F. M. Ramos, Leiden University Medical Center
Rocío Castro-Viñuelas, PhD, Human Movement Biomechanics (HMB)
Denis Evseenko, MD, PhD, University of Southern California
Barbara Chan, The University of Hong Kong;
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