Member at Large

Dr. Glen Hazlewood is a rheumatologist and clinician scientist. He completed his rheumatology training in 2010 at the University of Calgary and his PhD in clinical epidemiology through the University of Toronto in 2015. He is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine in Calgary. Dr. Hazlewood's program of research is focused on understanding how to align treatment choices in rheumatoid arthritis with best evidence and patients' preferences. His research is guided by a belief that patients should have a central role in which treatments they take and which treatments we recommend for them. Dr. Hazlewood' has published his research in top-tier medical journals and his research has been funded through multiple peer-reviewed grants. Along with Dr. Vivian Bykerk and many other CATCH investigators, he recently was awarded a 4-year grant from the Canadian Institute for Health Research to conduct a clinical trial to understand how best to reduce treatment in patients with rheumatoid arthritis whose disease is under good control.