Professor Robert Moots


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About me

Robert is Professor of Rheumatology at the University of Liverpool. He trained in medicine London, earned his PhD at the University of Oxford and, after working as Lecturer in Birmingham, moved to Harvard Medical School to continue his research. He subsequently returned to the UK to establish a new academic rheumatology group in Liverpool. This group is now a EULAR Centre of Excellence for rheumatology research in Europe, UK Centre of Excellence for Behçet’s syndrome and part of the ARUK/MRC Centres for Research into Musculoskeletal Ageing and for Musculoskeletal Diseases and Work.

Whilst a large proportion of his time is involved in research, with programmes of translational work that focus on inflammatory rheumatic diseases with a special interest in neutrophils, clinical service remains important. He receives referrals from around the UK and abroad, is consultant to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, medical advisor to UK patient groups, past Editor-in-Chief of Rheumatology and has a special interest in supporting the development of rheumatology in developing countries.

Areas of interest

Rheumatoid arthritis
Ankylosing spondylitis
Behçet's Syndrome
Musculoskeletal diseases
Complex inflammatory disease
Connective tissue diseases
Systemic lupus erythematosis

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    Injection into subcutaneous tissue/painful trigger point under local anaesthetic - (1-5)

    The Sefton Suite (1-5)

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