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Professor Zoe Paskins has received a prestigious award of Professor of Rheumatology from Keele University’s School of Medicine.

Professor Zoe Paskins, Honorary Consultant in Rheumatology at MPFT has been promoted to Professor of Rheumatology at Keele University. 

Zoe joined Keele University as a Clinical Lecturer in 2009, was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2016, and Reader in 2021. Zoe also leads the Midland Metabolic Bone Centre, is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and is a valued member of the Keele Haywood Academic Rheumatology Group which is a partnership between MPFT’s rheumatology, general musculoskeletal, spinal pain and chronic pain management clinicians at the Haywood Hospital, and Keele University’s School of Medicine.

Zoe leads applied health research which involves patients, as research users, at every stage and investigates the impact and treatment of common musculoskeletal disorders: osteoporosis and osteoarthritis.

Ruth Lambley-Burke, Director of Research and Innovation at the Trust said

“MPFT, working in partnership with Keele University, has established world-leading research groups in rheumatology. This professorial promotion is a testament to Zoe’s hard work and dedication to her field of research and much deserved, congratulations Zoe.”