Thomas Renson (MD) graduated in 2013 from the University of Ghent with a master’s degree in medicine. Subsequently, he started his pediatric traineeship in the Sint-Jan Hospital in Bruges, Belgium, where he took his first steps into the field of general pediatrics and neonatology. Thereafter, Thomas worked one year in the Ghent University Hospital and one year in Brussels (Edith Cavell Hospital and Jette University Hospital) as a pediatric resident. Considering his ambition of becoming a pediatric rheumatologist, Thomas started a PhD program in 2016, under the supervision of Dirk Elewaut (MD, PhD), head of the department of rheumatology in the Ghent University Hospital. The research project focuses on diagnosis of spondyloarthropathy and juvenile spondyloarthritis, more specifically on magnetic resonance imaging.
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