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Professor Stone is a Consultant Rheumatologist at HCA, London Bridge Hospital who is an internationally recognised key opinion leader in the treatment of inflammatory back pain. She obtained her medical degree from National University of Ireland where she trained in General Internal Medicine, Rheumatology and Ophthalmology, followed by a Fellowship in Toronto in Spondyloarthropathy. She is a trained clinical epidemiologist and held an academic appointment as Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto, Consultant Rheumatologist St Michaels Hospital.

On her return from North America she was appointed as Consultant Rheumatologist at Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. She recently left her NHS post to pursue her entrepreneurial activities as founder of an award-winning digital health care solution having completed a Master’s in in Business -Entrepreneurship at Cambridge University focusing on digital healthcare with novel pathways of care especially for those with inflammatory back pain.

he has published in high impact peer review journals and been the recipient of major grant awards.

She has a special interest in patients with inflammatory back pain osteoporosis.


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Professor Stone enjoys her work and in her free time loves to spend time with her children. She is a keen runner. She finds it relaxing and challenging all in one. "Running is fun, keeps me fit and healthy!"


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Professor Stone is co-founder of iOWNAwHEALTH. iOWNA is an innovative digital healthcare platform/ delivery tool that enables clinicians to create and deliver integrated recovery plans to their patients, particularly those with chronic disease, in order for them to live well. The plans are set by the iOWNA medical board of leading UK consultants but can be easily tailored to suit individual patient needs by any clinician who subscribes to iOWNA



Webinar: Hosted by Alimera Sciences

Managing High Risk Uveitis Patients During the COVID-19 Pandemic Recorded on Thursday 9th April 2020.
This session focuses on three important aspects related to the care of patients with uveitis during the COVID-19 pandemic. Listen to this webinar for latest guidance on how to manage patients at this time with posterior uveitis credit the company who hosted it Speakers -  Dr Carlos Pavesio, Professor Millicent Stone, Dr Harry Petrushkin and Dr Laura Steep here