Dr. Reimold holds a degree in biochemical sciences from Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he graduated magna cum laude. He earned his medical degree at the Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons in New York City. He completed internal medicine residency training at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, followed by advanced training through a clinical and research fellowship in rheumatology at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. He also participated in a postdoctoral research fellowship in cancer biology at the Harvard School of Public Health.
Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in rheumatology, Dr. Reimold joined the UT Southwestern faculty in 2000. At UT Southwestern, he is the Chief of Rheumatology at the North Texas VA Health Care System in Dallas. He is also the Investigator at the Simmons Arthiritis Research Center.
Dr. Reimold is a Fellow of the American College of Rheumatology.
Dr. Reimold's clinical and research interests include rheumatoid arthiritis, musculoskeletal medicine, clinical rheumatology, and psoriatic arthiritis.
- Medical School
- Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons (1984)
- Washington University School of Medicine (1987), Internal Medicine
- Harvard Medical School (1991), Rheumatology
- Harvard Medical School (1993), Immunology
- Mechanisms of B cell differentiation
- Transcriptional regulation of lymphocyte function
- New indications for treatment of chronic inflammation by TNFa blockade
- Reimold, A.M. American Journal of Medical Science 2003 325 75-92
- Plasma cell differentiation requires the trasncription factor XBP-1
- Reimold A.M., N.N. Iwakoshi, J. Manis, P. Vallabhajosyula, E. Szomolanyi-Tsuda, E.M. Gravallese, D. Friend, M.J. Grusby, F. Alt, L.H. Glimcher Nature 2001 412 300-307
- An essential role in liver development for transcription factor XBP-1
- Reimold A.M., A. Etkin, I Clauss, A. Perkins, D.S. Friend, J. Zhang, H.F. Horton, A. Scott, S. Orkin, M.C. Byrne, M.J. Grusby, L.H. Glimcher Genes and Development 2000 14 152-157
Honors & Awards
- Lyndon Baines Johnson Research Award
American Heart Association (2002)
- Arthritis Investigator Award
American College of Rheumatology (1997)
- American Association of Immunologists
- American College of Rheumatology
- Arthritis Foundation