Nathan Constantine-Cooke

Nathan Constantine-Cooke
The University of Edinburgh | UoE · MRC Human Genetics Unit

Master of Science

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Introduction
Predicting outcomes for inflammatory bowel disease patients. High-dimensional Bayesian hierarchical models will be used as a natural and powerful framework to combine information from multiple data sources, whist appropriately quantifying statistical uncertainty.
Education
September 2018 - September 2019
Aberystwyth University
Field of study
  • Statistics for Computational Biology

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Publications (13)
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Background High faecal calprotectin is associated with poor outcomes in Crohn's disease. Monitoring of faecal calprotectin trajectories could characterise disease progression before severe complications occur. Aims We undertook an unbiased assessment of a retrospective incident Crohn's disease cohort to assess for inter-individual variability in fa...
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Objective It is unclear how the compounding prevalence of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) has translated into the causes and rates of hospitalisation, particularly in an era of increased biologic prescribing. We aimed to analyse these trends in a population‐based IBD cohort over the last 10 years. Design The Lothian IBD registry is a complete, va...
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Background We are now in the multi-drug era for ulcerative colitis (UC). The use of advanced therapies for UC has dramatically increased over the last 6 years. NICE approvals of anti-TNF and anti-α4β7 therapy (both in 2015) were followed by IL12/23 (2019) and janus kinase inhibitors (2020). The aim of this study was to describe the impact of this c...
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Background and aims Tofacitinib is a Janus kinase inhibitor (JAKi) recently approved for the treatment of moderate to severe ulcerative colitis (UC) based on robust efficacy and safety data derived from OCTAVE clinical trials. Evidence on the outcomes of tofacitinib therapy in real-world UC patients is needed, as a number of these patients would be...
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Background and aims: Multiple adalimumab (ADA) biosimilars are now approved for use in IBD; however, effectiveness and safety data remain scarce. We aimed to investigate long-term outcomes of the adalimumab (ADA) biosimilar SB5 in IBD patients following a switch from the ADA originator (SB5-switch cohort) or after start of SB5 (SB5-start cohort)....
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Background Patient reported outcomes are important endpoints in IBD management, but patient perceptions of the causes of disease flare are unknown and thus may reveal novel areas for future study. Methods The PREdiCCt study (https://www.predicct.co.uk) is the largest prospective study of the causes of IBD flare. 2629 patients in clinical remission...
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Background Fatigue is one of the most common symptoms in IBD resulting in decreased quality of life, impaired work productivity, and higher societal costs. However, little is known about its etiology and pathophysiology. We aimed to estimate the prevalence of fatigue and to identify predictive factors for fatigue. Methods The PREdiCCt study (https...
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Background Multiple adalimumab (ADA) biosimilars, including SB5 (Imraldi) and ABP 501 (Amgevita), are now approved for use in IBD. Data about biosimilar ADA in IBD remain scarce. We therefore aimed to investigate long-term outcomes of the biosimilar SB5 in IBD patients following a switch from the ADA originator (Humira) or after start of SB5 as the...
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Background There is an established disconnect between intestinal inflammation and symptoms in patients with IBD. Faecal calprotectin (FCAL) is an excellent surrogate for mucosal healing and we have good data to support treat to target approaches based on FCAL. However, there is relatively little data analysing how well FCAL correlates with a fuller...
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Background and aims Evidence on the outcomes of tofacitinib therapy in real world ulcerative colitis (UC) patients is needed, as a number of these patients would not match the inclusion criteria for clinical trials. We have therefore summarised data derived from observational, real-world evidence (RWE) studies on the effectiveness and safety of tof...

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