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Philip Conaghan finished training in rheumatology and general medicine at the University of Melbourne in 1992 and moved to Sydney, learning about research: clinical trials, basic science and the perils of PhDs. In 1997 he moved to Leeds where he is currently a senior lecturer in rheumatology and an honorary NHS consultant.
His major research interests are in the overlapping areas of: MRI and arthritis; musculoskeletal medicine and osteoarthritis; outcome measurement.
He is academic liaison to the Leeds Musculoskeletal Service, the intermediary MSK service for the city of Leeds. He has over 70 publications (39 peer‐reviewed, 20 reviews, 12 book chapters/books), has presented more than 110 abstracts at scientific meetings, and is often an invited speaker both nationally and internationally.