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  • Symbol opinion vote Comment: We need more reliable and independent sources that cover the subject of this article significantly. :) Please try taking a look at this useful little page. The first and second reference should be properly linked. "1. "Metrics In Rheumatology For Rheumatology Research Another Vocabulary", Rheumatologist, the, VOLUME 3 NUMBER 10, OCTOBER 2009, By Gretchen Henkelag2e. [1] 2. f1000.com[2] 3. Harvard.edu[3] 4. arthritisresearch.ca[4] 5. PubMed.gov [5] 6. The New York Times [6]" is unnecessary and should be removed, and you don't need to sign your name in articles. ;) Hope this helps! Love, Clementina talk 07:39, 27 October 2010 (UTC)

Matthew H. Liang, MD, MPH, FACP, FACR is a Boston-based physician specializing in rheumatology and a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. He has been called the "founder of social rheumatology"[1] (sometimes the "father of social rheumatology") for his contributions to action-research and health services research. On October 26, 2010, "The Matthew H. Liang Distinguished Chair in Arthritis and Population Health" was created at Brigham and Women's Hospital to honor Dr. Liang. Dr. Liang was awarded the "Lee C. Howley Sr Prize for Research in Arthritis" and the "American College of Rheumatology Award of Distinction for Clinical Research"[2], two of the most important awards in the field. He has been named one of the Best Doctors in America since 1996[3]. He founded[4] the Robert B. Brigham Multipurpose Arthritis Center in Boston, Massachusetts[5]. Dr. Liang has published hundreds[6] of articles over his career and is considered an authority[7] in the field of arthritis.

Born in Santa Monica, CA, in 1944, Dr. Liang immigrated to the US from China with his father in 1949[8]. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts and is the father of three adult children.



Sources

  1. media.wiley.com/assets/2108/72/RHEUM1009WebSmall.pdf
  2. media.wiley.com/assets/2108/72/RHEUM1009WebSmall.pdf
  3. http://f1000.com/thefaculty/member/1644205277105909
  4. http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/faculty/matthew-liang/
  5. http://www.arthritisresearch.ca/research-scientists-page/55-liang.html
  6. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed
  7. http://www.nytimes.com/1991/07/11/us/pain-pills-found-effective-in-arthritis.html?scp=1&sq=matthew%20liang&st=cse
  8. media.wiley.com/assets/2108/72/RHEUM1009WebSmall.pdf

1. "Metrics In Rheumatology For Rheumatology Research Another Vocabulary", Rheumatologist, the, VOLUME 3 NUMBER 10, OCTOBER 2009, By Gretchen Henkelag2e. [1] 2. f1000.com[2] 3. Harvard.edu[3] 4. arthritisresearch.ca[4] 5. PubMed.gov [5] 6. The New York Times [6]

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