Member Webinar Series

Upcoming Webinar: Community/Direct Fundraising

We will hold our next Member Webinar in February 2023

Future webinars will cover topics, including the latest research, fundraising, emerging treatments, membership, advocacy and others.

If there are other topics that you would like to see covered, please email Jo de Bry at communicationsmanger@asif.info

We are keen to know what topics are of interest to you. Please take 2 minutes to complete this Google Form – thank you!

Upcoming Webinar: Community/Direct Fundraising

The topic will be direct/community fundraising, for example regular
donations, bequests, fundraising/sponsored events etc.

This interactive Webinar will be designed for all our Members -whether your organisation doesn’t currently fundraise from individuals; or you do, but you want to get more ideas and hear about what has worked for others.

Is there an area of community fundraising that you are particularly interested in that you would like to discuss?

If you would like to share your organisation’s experience in this area and join the panel, please contact Jo de Bry (communicationsmanger@asif.info).

Precision Medicine in axSpA

Precision Medicine in axSpA with Dr Proton Rahman MD FCAHS

Professor Proton Rahman has been a practicing clinical rheumatologist for over 20 years, in St Johns Newfoundland, Canada. He is a Professor of Rheumatology at Memorial University and has a long history of researching spondyloarthritis – in particular the genetics of psoriatic arthritis and AS.

Watch Professor Proton Rahman talk about how
Precision Medicine could impact axSpA.
Join Professor Rahman discuss Precision
Medicine, what it is, how it works and the
impact it could have on people living with

Thank you to Professor Rahman for speaking with ASIF’s members.

The potential to treat axSpA via the gut microbiome

Watch Dr Matthew Brown share his research into the link between axSpA and the gut microbiome in our inaugural Member Webinar.

Dr Matthew Brown MBBS MD FRACP FAHMS FAA, is the Director, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and King’s College London NIHR Biomedical Research Centre, and is pioneering this exciting area of research.

Watch Webinar  here

What a mind-blowing session. Thank you so much for this very interesting webinar”, Maranda van Dam, Axial Spondyloarthritis Association of South Africa.

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