Dr. Suzanne Moore, rheumatologist with St. Bernards Clopton Clinic, is serving a three-year term on the Committee of Rheumatologic Care of the American College of Rheumatology.
That particular committee deals with economic, technical and ethical issues that bear on the practice of rheumatology and the allied health professionals related to rheumatology.
She participated in Advocates for Arthritis, the ACR’s annual Capitol Hill fly-in, a September event that took professionals and patients to the nation’s capital to advocate on behalf of the rheumatology community.
The St. Bernards physician was one of six authors who recently had an article published in the Journal of Clinical Rheumatology. The scholarly article was “Signal Recognition Antibody – Positive Myopathy and Response to Intravenous Immunoglobulin G (IVIG).”
Moore is a holds fellow status in the ACR.