Saturday, March 24, 2018
WALK AMBASSADOR: Jeff George
, KOKH, Fox 25
LOCATION & TIME:
Wiley Post Park, 2021 S. Robinson Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK, 73109
9 a.m. - 12 noon*** Online Registration has closed. In-person registration will begin at 9 a.m. on Saturday, March 24 at Wiley Post Park
Early Bird (thru February 28): $10
Regular (March 1-24): $25Children 12 and under Walk free.
Enter this promo code when registering children 12 and under: com1vNeed a registration waiver? Email email@example.com!
JOIN US FOR:
- A Walk along the River Trail
- Free resource and Information Tables in the Pavillion
- Bouncy House/Moonwalk for Children
- Speaker: Dr. Eliza Chakravarty grew up in Baltimore Maryland. Named after her grandmother who died from lupus before dialysis was available, she was drawn to rheumatology because it involved chronic care, immunology, and young women’s health. After completing medical school in Baltimore, she moved to San Jose California to complete internal medicine residency. She did her rheumatology fellowship and epidemiology training at Stanford University then was on the faculty there until being recruited to OMRF to continue her lupus research. She joined OMRF in 2011 and has continued to grow her clinical practice and her research. Her clinical and research interests focus primarily on pregnancy and other reproductive issues in women with chronic rheumatic diseases. She is passionate that people living with rheumatic diseases are able to continue to live full and complete lives, which means managing their medications to safely control underling disease during pregnancy, lactation, and raising of small children. She is a national recognized leader in reproductive rheumatology and her research has helped change clinical practice with respect to the use of medications to ensure the best outcome of pregnancy in women with lupus and rheumatoid arthritis.
Linking Together for a Cure
We walk to raise awareness, and to honor and support family members, friends and colleagues who are battling one or more of the more than 100 autoimmune disorders. We walk to give hope to the 50 million affected nationwide.
Funds raised through the Autoimmune Walk will be used by AARDA to support critical research aimed at solving the underlying immune issues that link ALL autoimmune disorders. Our mission is to eradicate these serious and life-threatening diseases while providing help and hope through patient education and support services.
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