The activities of EULAR, and hence of the Secretariat, have increased significantly in recent years. Today the Secretariat fulfils many functions: in addition to serving EULAR's member organisations and its Executive Committee, the Secretariat's main functions are to run the growing educational programme and to organise the Annual European Congress of EULAR together with an external agency.
The "EULAR House", as it is internally called, is located in Kilchberg near Zurich, Switzerland.
(For general inquiries)
T +41 44 716 30 30
Julia Rautenstrauch, Executive Director
Simona Lupatin, Executive Assistant
T +41 44 716 30 38
Anouk Hiltbrand, Advocacy Assistant
T +41 44 716 30 42
Lissette Gonzalez, Communications Manager
Dominique Alvarillo, Internal Communications and Communities Coordinator
Anastasia Liaskou, Digital Communications Coordinator
Caroline Nigoghosian, Communications Assistant
Janine Wehrli, Student Assistant
Florian Klett, Congress Manager
Kanyka Nam, Congress Coordinator
Katharina Ofner, Congress Coordinator
Lidiia Wendt, Congress Coordinator (Scientific)
Ginelle Doubek, Congress Coordinator
(On-line courses, training grants and bursaries)
Live courses: T +41 44 716 30 43
Online courses: T +41 44 716 30 40
Genevieve Schaerer, Strategy Implementation Manager & Education Manager
Yahui Henguely, Online courses Assistant
Nico Bowmen, Event Coordinator
Fabienne Pasche, Online Course Assistant
Lea Ryhanen, Administrative Assistant
Melissa Tan, Administrative Assistant
T +41 44 716 30 32
Carina Haupt, Research Manager
T +41 44 716 30 34
Andreas Ott, Finance Manager
Susanna Lieberherr, Finance Coordinator
Anke Maier, Finance Coordinator
EULAR PARE (People with Arthritis/Rheumatism in Europe)
T +41 44 716 30 47
Birte Gluesing, PARE Project Manager
Alzbeta Gohmann, PARE Coordinator
Diana Rodrigues, Scientific Project Coordinator
EULAR EMEUNET (Emerging EULAR Network)
All information on the EULAR website is freely and unrestricted available to everyone interested in the work of EULAR or in Rheumatic Musculoskeletal Disorders (RMD's) in general.
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We appreciate if other organisations propagate the information further, preferably using a link to the information on our website to ensure up-to-date information.
EULAR does not allow information to be published on websites requiring registration, whether paid nor free.
T +41 44 716 30 30
Mo - Fr 8.30 - 16.30
Who We Are
The European Alliance of Associations for Rheumatology, EULAR, is the organisation which represents the people with arthritis/rheumatism, health professionals in rheumatology (HPR) and scientific societies of rheumatology of all the European nations.