Philip Seo, MD, MHS, is the director of the Johns Hopkins Vasculitis Center, director of the Johns Hopkins Rheumatology Fellowship Training Program and an associate professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. He has been a member of the ACR’s Committee on Training and Workforce Issues and the Annual Meeting Planning Committee, and he was a co-chair of both the ACR’s In-Training Examination Taskforce and the Annual Meeting Review Course. Currently, he is a voting member of the ACR’s Vasculitis Guidelines Committee and a co-chair of the Non-ANCA Vasculitis Abstract Selection Committee for the ACR’s annual meeting. He is the medical editor of The Rheumatologist and an associate editor of Seminars in Arthritis and Rheumatism. He also serves on the ABIM Specialty Board in Rheumatology and the Vasculitis Foundation’s Advisory Board.
Keri Losavio has been a professional editor and writer in the medical and financial fields for 20 years and joined the Wiley team in February 2014. She has written for and edited magazines, newsletters, textbooks, personal memoirs, dissertations and more.
Ethan Craig, MD, MHS, is an assistant professor of clinical medicine with the Division of Rheumatology at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, and a rheumatologist at the Corporal Michael J. Crescenz VA Medical Center. He completed his medicine residency at the University of Minnesota, where he served as a chief resident at Regions Hospital in St Paul, Minn. He then completed his rheumatology fellowship and MHS at Johns Hopkins University and Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore. At the University of Pennsylvania, he is a member of the Penn Inflammatory Arthritis Center, where his focus has been on spondyloarthritis. He is active in advocacy through the ACR and serves as a member of the ACR’s Government Affairs Committee and as a liaison to the ACR’s Insurance Subcommittee of the Committee on Rheumatologic Care.
Victoria Ruffing, RN-BC, is the director of patient education at the Johns Hopkins Arthritis Center and adjunct faculty at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. She has been a member of the ARP since 2000. She was a founder of the Rheumatology Nurses Society and served as a past president. She was an editor of the Core Curriculum for Rheumatology Nursing (2015) and section and chapter editor for the Lippincott Manual of Nursing Practice (2014, 2018). Ms. Ruffing’s patient education ranges from self-injection techniques to biologic safety.
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