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Oliver FitzGerald

Oliver FitzGerald is a consultant rheumatologist and Newman Clinical Research Professor at St Vincent's University Hospital and the Conway Institute, University College Dublin (UCD). Professor FitzGerald has published over 250 peer-reviewed papers, many on the subject of spondyloarthropathy. His main research interests include clinical and therapeutic studies; the development of novel imaging techniques; analysis of synovial and skin cellular and cytokine profiles; and, more recently, studies of gene and protein expression in diseased tissue. He currently receives research funding support from the Health Research Board and a number of pharmaceutical companies.

Latest contributions from Oliver FitzGerald

12-11-2019 | Psoriatic arthritis | Video | Article

Expert commentary: The DISCOVER trials

Oliver FitzGerald comments on the findings from the DISCOVER-1 and DISCOVER-2 trials, which demonstrated the efficacy of guselkumab for the treatment of psoriatic arthritis (3:36).

01-11-2019 | Psoriatic arthritis | Podcast | Article

Discussing the guidelines for managing psoriatic arthritis: Part 2

In the second of a two-part series, Dafna Gladman, Philip Mease, and Oliver FitzGerald discuss the implications and limitations of the recent ACR–NPF guidelines for the management of psoriatic arthritis, together with key clinical trials that have been published since the guidelines were released.

18-10-2019 | Psoriatic arthritis | Podcast | Article

Discussing the guidelines for managing psoriatic arthritis: Part 1

In the first of a two-part series, Dafna Gladman, Philip Mease, and Oliver FitzGerald discuss the development of the recent ACR–NPF guidelines for the management of psoriatic arthritis, and the key differences between these and the EULAR and GRAPPA guidelines.

01-03-2019 | Osteoarthritis | Highlight | Article

Early-onset osteoarthritis in association with familial angel-shaped phalango-epiphyseal dysplasia previously referred to as peripheral dysostosis

Editorial board member Oliver FitzGerald presents a family with two siblings having features consistent with angel-shaped phalango-epiphyseal dysplasia (ASPED), and a mother with a normal phenotype but with severe, early-onset multi-joint osteoarthritis.