“Living with Scleroderma: Dealing with the Impact of Illness on Your Personal Life"
Lenore M. Buckley,
Patient Educational Forum, Yale West Campus
Sept. 27, 2016
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About Dr. Buckley:
I am in my fourth year as a student at ACPHS. I have always
had a Dr. Buckley is an adult and pediatric rheumatologist
with special interests in the treatment of lupus and
inflammatory arthritis, glucocorticoid osteoporosis, and the
transition of teenagers and young adults with rheumatic
diseases to adult care.
She is a past member of the FDA
Arthritis Advisory Committee and the oars of the American
College of Rheumatology and the Arthritis Foundation. She
is the director of the section of Rheumatology’s Transition
of Care Programs for young adults with Rheumatic Diseases.
Dr. Buckley earned her Master’s from Harvard School of
Public Health and her MD from the University of Rochester.
She performed fellowship training at the University of
Vermont College of Medicine and residency at North Carolina
Memorial Hospital. Dr. Buckley holds these certifications:
AB of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine; AB of Pediatrics,
Pediatrics; AB of Internal Medicine, Rheumatology and AB of Pediatrics, Pediatric Rheumatology.