EULAR Congress Committee
The Committee supports EULAR's aims to reduce the impact of rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases (RMDs) on the individual and society and to improve the social position and the quality of life of people with rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases in Europe.
In furtherance of these aims, the Committee focuses on the organisation and guidance of the EULAR Congress, in particular:
- Developing a high quality programme;
- guiding the scientific abstract management process:
- guiding the overall organisation and set up of the EULAR Congress;
- having balanced content, speakers and representation.
- The Committee does not pursue gainful or self-help purposes.
Chair: Annamaria Iagnocco
Chair-elect: Daniel Aletaha
Programme Chair Marta Mosca, Italy
Abstract Chair Caroline Ospelt, Liechtenstein
Mariana Kaplan, United States of America
Carlo Vinicio Caballero Uribe, Colombia
Eric Morand, Australia
Marco Testa, Italy
Chak Sing Lau, Hong Kong
Peter Boyd, Ireland
Cosimo De Bari, Italy
Gabriel Herrero-Beaumont, Spain
Michael Beresford, United Kingdom
George Bertsias, Greece
Annelies Boonen, The Netherlands
Christopher Edwards, United Kingdom
Dirk Elewaut, Belgium
Ori Elkayam, Israel
Simon Fillatreau, France
Kassim Javaid, United Kingdom
Hendrik Schulze-Koops, Germany
Robert Landewe, Netherlands
Kim Lauper, Switzerland
Souzi Makri, Cyprus
Elsa Mateus, Portugal
Daniele Mauro, Italy
John McBeth, United Kingdom
Erika Mosor, Austria
Mwidimi Ndosi, United Kingdom
Denis Poddubnyy, Germany
Francisca Sivera, Spain
Zoltan Szekanecz, Hungary
Jette Primdahl, Denmark
EULAR Project Proposals
All EULAR project proposals are to be submitted by 15 January or 15 July of each year and is subject to the approval of the EULAR Council. The final decision and budget of a project will be determined by the EULAR Council each March and September.
Download the EULAR Project Proposal template
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EULAR European Congress of Rheumatology
Since its introduction in 2000, the EULAR European Congress of Rheumatology has become the primary platform for exchange of scientific and clinical information in Europe. It is also a renowned forum for interaction between medical doctors, scientists, people with arthritis / rheumatism, health professionals and representatives of the pharmaceutical industry worldwide. The EULAR congress is usually held in June in one of the major cities in Europe.
EULAR is governed by an elected board composed by 4 experts in rheumatology and one representative of each pillar (organisations representing other health professionals in rheumatology, patient organisations and scientific societies). Our activities are overseen by 5 content committees and 4 representation committees whose activities are delivered by several hundred expert rheumatology volunteers.
Established by the Board, Committees are set up to manage and perform the various activities of EULAR on behalf of the Council.