Since the fall of 2018, the adult center for childhood onset rheumatic disease has attempted to resolve a unique challenge: with 20% of autoimmune diseases diagnosed in adolescence, how do we care for patients as they transition from children into adults? ... Read MoreInternal Medicine
Welcome to the Division of Rheumatology
The University of Utah Division of Rheumatology is active in the clinical investigation of new therapies for rheumatic disorders. We are recognized both nationally and internationally for our contributions and expertise in inception, design, conduct and reporting of clinical trials.
The Division of Rheumatology faculty members provide quality care at the University of Utah Health Sciences Center and the Veterans Affairs Medical Center. In addition to our patient care and research, we also provide training through our Fellowship Program and the Annual Utah Rheumatology Association Meeting.
The division seeks to provide exemplary patient care; empowering patient and medical education and collaborative clinical and translational research that will help better understand rheumatic diseases.
Congratulations to Daniel Clegg, MD (Rheumatology). for being designated as a Master of the American College of Rheumatology. ... Read MoreInternal Medicine
On Rheumatology Advisor, Karla Miller, MD (Rheumatology) co-author of a recent study on swallowing disorders offers up a clinician's perspective on dysphagia in RA. ... Read MoreInternal Medicine
On Healio Family Medicine, Karla L. Miller, MD (Rheumatology) is helping to raise awareness about the rise of osteoporosis in men and what patients and primary care providers need to know. ... Read MoreInternal Medicine
Study Suggests Glucosamine & Chondroitin Sulfate Efficacy May Depend on Level of Osteoarthritis Pain
The popular dietary supplements glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate proved no better than a placebo in relieving osteoarthritis knee pain in most participants of a major national trial.... Read MoreInternal Medicine