Dr Furie Rheumatologist

Rich Furie, MD, chief of rheumatology at Northwell Health in Long Island, N.Y., loves the ocean. At age 16, Dr. Furie inherited a summer sailing business started by his two older brothers, which Dr. Furie kept profitable for nine years.

The young entrepreneurs named their fledgling company Furie Sailing, which offered sailing lessons and sailboat rentals.

Dr. Furie also practices at North Shore-Lij Health System in Manhasset, NY. He mentioned four main problems with lupus clinical trials.

He is a rheumatologist whose activities, for several decades, have focused on patient care, physician education and clinical research in the area of anti-rheumatic drug development. He directs The Program in Novel Therapeutics—the Health System’s clinical research programme in musculoskeletal disease. He also directs the hospital’s SLE and Autoimmune Disease Treatment Center, which has become internationally recognised for its role in the development of new therapies for SLE.

For one thing, especially when it comes to extra-renal disease, lupus activity is “often overstated,” he said. For another, patients are on several background therapies. “That blunts our ability to discriminate” the effect of one therapy from another, Dr. Furie said. The complexity of the disease is also a factor. “As opposed to rheumatoid arthritis and psoriatic arthritis, there may be more pathways active in lupus,” he said.

Rich Furie, MD, chief of rheumatology at Northwell Health in Long Island, N.Y., loves the ocean. At age 16, Dr. Furie inherited a summer sailing business started by his two older brothers, which Dr. Furie kept profitable for nine years.

He is a rheumatologist whose activities, for several decades, have focused on patient care, physician education and clinical research in the area of anti-rheumatic drug development. He directs The Program in Novel Therapeutics—the Health System’s clinical research programme in musculoskeletal disease. He also directs the hospital’s SLE and Autoimmune Disease Treatment Center, which has become internationally recognised for its role in the development of new therapies for SLE.

Dr. Furie, MD is a practicing Rheumatologist in Great Neck, NY. Dr. Furie graduated from Weill Cornell Medical College in 1979 and has been in practice for 40 years. He completed a residency at New York Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Furie also specializes in Internal Medicine.

He currently practices at North Shore University Rheumatology and is affiliated with Long Island Jewish Medical Center Northwell Health. Dr. Furie accepts multiple insurance plans including Aetna, Medicare, and ConnectiCare. Dr. Furie is board certified in Internal Medicine.

The young entrepreneurs named their fledgling company Furie Sailing, which offered sailing lessons and sailboat rentals.

Dr. Furie also practices at North Shore-Lij Health System in Manhasset, NY. He mentioned four main problems with lupus clinical trials.

The field also needs better endpoints in its clinical trials. Dr. Furie is a Professor at the Center for Autoimmune, Musculoskeletal and Hematopoietic Diseases within the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research. He's also Chief of the Division of Rheumatology at Northwell Health and Professor of Medicine, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell. Richard Furie is Chief of the Division of Rheumatology at Northwell Health, New York, and Professor of Medicine at the Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine.

Dr. Furie, MD is a practicing Rheumatologist in Great Neck, NY. Dr. Furie graduated from Weill Cornell Medical College in 1979 and has been in practice for 40 years. He completed a residency at New York Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Furie also specializes in Internal Medicine.

The young entrepreneurs named their fledgling company Furie Sailing, which offered sailing lessons and sailboat rentals.

He currently practices at North Shore University Rheumatology and is affiliated with Long Island Jewish Medical Center Northwell Health. Dr. Furie accepts multiple insurance plans including Aetna, Medicare, and ConnectiCare. Dr. Furie is board certified in Internal Medicine.

Dr. Furie also practices at North Shore-Lij Health System in Manhasset, NY. He mentioned four main problems with lupus clinical trials.

Rich Furie, MD, chief of rheumatology at Northwell Health in Long Island, N.Y., loves the ocean. At age 16, Dr. Furie inherited a summer sailing business started by his two older brothers, which Dr. Furie kept profitable for nine years.

For one thing, especially when it comes to extra-renal disease, lupus activity is “often overstated,” he said. For another, patients are on several background therapies. “That blunts our ability to discriminate” the effect of one therapy from another, Dr. Furie said. The complexity of the disease is also a factor. “As opposed to rheumatoid arthritis and psoriatic arthritis, there may be more pathways active in lupus,” he said.

The field also needs better endpoints in its clinical trials. Dr. Furie is a Professor at the Center for Autoimmune, Musculoskeletal and Hematopoietic Diseases within the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research. He's also Chief of the Division of Rheumatology at Northwell Health and Professor of Medicine, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell. Richard Furie is Chief of the Division of Rheumatology at Northwell Health, New York, and Professor of Medicine at the Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine.

He currently practices at North Shore University Rheumatology and is affiliated with Long Island Jewish Medical Center Northwell Health. Dr. Furie accepts multiple insurance plans including Aetna, Medicare, and ConnectiCare. Dr. Furie is board certified in Internal Medicine.

The field also needs better endpoints in its clinical trials. Dr. Furie is a Professor at the Center for Autoimmune, Musculoskeletal and Hematopoietic Diseases within the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research. He's also Chief of the Division of Rheumatology at Northwell Health and Professor of Medicine, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell. Richard Furie is Chief of the Division of Rheumatology at Northwell Health, New York, and Professor of Medicine at the Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine.

The young entrepreneurs named their fledgling company Furie Sailing, which offered sailing lessons and sailboat rentals.

For one thing, especially when it comes to extra-renal disease, lupus activity is “often overstated,” he said. For another, patients are on several background therapies. “That blunts our ability to discriminate” the effect of one therapy from another, Dr. Furie said. The complexity of the disease is also a factor. “As opposed to rheumatoid arthritis and psoriatic arthritis, there may be more pathways active in lupus,” he said.

He is a rheumatologist whose activities, for several decades, have focused on patient care, physician education and clinical research in the area of anti-rheumatic drug development. He directs The Program in Novel Therapeutics—the Health System’s clinical research programme in musculoskeletal disease. He also directs the hospital’s SLE and Autoimmune Disease Treatment Center, which has become internationally recognised for its role in the development of new therapies for SLE.

Dr. Furie, MD is a practicing Rheumatologist in Great Neck, NY. Dr. Furie graduated from Weill Cornell Medical College in 1979 and has been in practice for 40 years. He completed a residency at New York Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Furie also specializes in Internal Medicine.

For one thing, especially when it comes to extra-renal disease, lupus activity is “often overstated,” he said. For another, patients are on several background therapies. “That blunts our ability to discriminate” the effect of one therapy from another, Dr. Furie said. The complexity of the disease is also a factor. “As opposed to rheumatoid arthritis and psoriatic arthritis, there may be more pathways active in lupus,” he said.

He is a rheumatologist whose activities, for several decades, have focused on patient care, physician education and clinical research in the area of anti-rheumatic drug development. He directs The Program in Novel Therapeutics—the Health System’s clinical research programme in musculoskeletal disease. He also directs the hospital’s SLE and Autoimmune Disease Treatment Center, which has become internationally recognised for its role in the development of new therapies for SLE.

Dr. Furie also practices at North Shore-Lij Health System in Manhasset, NY. He mentioned four main problems with lupus clinical trials.

He currently practices at North Shore University Rheumatology and is affiliated with Long Island Jewish Medical Center Northwell Health. Dr. Furie accepts multiple insurance plans including Aetna, Medicare, and ConnectiCare. Dr. Furie is board certified in Internal Medicine.

The field also needs better endpoints in its clinical trials. Dr. Furie is a Professor at the Center for Autoimmune, Musculoskeletal and Hematopoietic Diseases within the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research. He's also Chief of the Division of Rheumatology at Northwell Health and Professor of Medicine, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell. Richard Furie is Chief of the Division of Rheumatology at Northwell Health, New York, and Professor of Medicine at the Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine.

Rich Furie, MD, chief of rheumatology at Northwell Health in Long Island, N.Y., loves the ocean. At age 16, Dr. Furie inherited a summer sailing business started by his two older brothers, which Dr. Furie kept profitable for nine years.