Nailfold capillaroscopy equipment is used to assess the blood vessels and blood capillaries with view to measuring microvascular abnormalities, which would show a possible autoimmune rheumatic disease such as scleroderma.
Clinical Scientist and Honorary Research Associate
UCL Institute of Immunity and Transplantation
Royal Free Campus
Rowland Hill Street
London. NW3 2PF
|Hottest day of 2013 - Im wearing Ugg boots and gloves to try and prevent a Raynaud's attack!
|Dr Howell and I, Sept 2017
Planning for the Future, Click here
The Importance of Medical Research and Awareness to the Scleroderma, Raynaud's, Autoimmune Rare Disease patient, Click here
2018 Scleroderma Awareness Raising and Medical Research, Click here
|Huge Thanks to Ellen, Dianne and the Royal Free Charity team
Unmet clinical needs, Click here
Diet and nutrition, Click here
|Prof Chris Denton and I, Sept 2017
|Chat Magazine 16.5.19
|James Carver, myself, Prof Chris Denton, at The European Parliament 2015.
I am immensely grateful to James Carver MEP for organizing this event in memory of his late wife Carmen, who sadly passed from Scleroderma.
2016 Rare Disease Day Patient Voice
2017 Rare Disease Day Flashback
Although rare disease patients are few in number, eg. 2.5 million scleroderma patients worldwide, (the World Scleroderma Foundation), the commonalities and golden hallmark for each rare disease patient are the same: