Prof. Graham Hughes London Lupus Centre, UK

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Professor Graham Hughes trained and qualified at The London Hospital. In 1969, he spent two years completing a Postgraduate Fellowship in New York at Dr Charles Christian’s Rheumatology and Lupus Centre. Professor Hughes became a Consultant Physician at Hammersmith Hospital, where he set up Europe’s first dedicated Lupus Clinic in... read more1973. In 1983, he described the clotting disorder now known as Hughes Syndrome. In 1985, he set up the Lupus Unit at St Thomas’ Hospital. In 1993, he received the World Rheumatology (ILAR) Research Prize for the description of Hughes Syndrome. He is a member of the American Lupus ‘Hall of Fame’, and Doctor Honoris Causa at the Universities of Marseille and Barcelona, a Master of the American College of Rheumatology and founder and editor of the International Journal LUPUS.