Our Chairs & Professorships
The McCaig Institute facilitates world-class bone, muscle, and joint health research, collaboration, education and training through the leadership and excellence of our chairs and proffessorships.
Arthritis Society Chair in Rheumatic Disease/Rheumatology
Purpose: The Arthritis Society Chair in Rheumatic Disease/Rheumatology is to develop and maintain a world-class arthritis and rheumatic disease research program that fosters community collaboration and attracts outstanding students, research associates and faculty.
Held by: Dr. Ann Clarke
Arthur J.E. Child Chair in Rheumatology Research
Purpose: The Arthur J.E. Child Chair in Rheumatology Research is to provide leadership in the development of translational research with a focus in clinical and health outcomes research in rheumatology.
Held By: Dr. Cheryl Barnabe
Bob and Nola Rintoul Chair in Bone and Joint Research
Purpose: The Bob and Nola Rintoul Chair in Bone and Joint Research is to improve diagnosis, treatment, and recovery for bone and joint health through research, collaboration, and mentorship.
Held by: Dr. Steven Boyd
The McCaig Chair in Bone and Joint Health
Purpose: Linked to the Director position of the Institute, the McCaig Chair supports research, education, collaboration, and knowledge translation ensuring the McCaig Institute for Bone and Joint Health’s work remains aligned with the institute’s strategic priories.
Held by: Dr. Steven Boyd, PhD, PEng
The Calgary Foundation – Grace Glaum Professorship in Arthritis Research
Purpose: The Calgary Foundation – Grace Glaum Professorship in Arthritis Research provides leadership in developing world-class arthritis research, effectuates collaboration across disciplines, attracts and maintains peer-reviewed funding, and aids in recruitment of outstanding students, researchers and faculty.
Held by: Dr. Roman Krawetz