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Full NameProfessor John J. Carey
Organisation:National University of Ireland Galway
- bioengineering/medical devices
- epidemiology/population health research
Postgrad Medical Specialties
- Public Health
- Geriatric Medicine
- Health Informatics
- Orthopaedic surgery
Other Medical Specialties:
Osteoporosis and Metabolic Bone Disease
We are currently working with several groups including cell biology (REMEDI, Prof. T. O’Brien), mechanical and tissue engineering (Prof. L. McNamara), Orthopaedic Surgery (Prof. John mcCabe), Centre for Pain Research (Prof. B. McGuire), Health Economics (Dr. Edel Doherty) and Rheumatology (Prof. John Carey), and the Clinical Research Facility (Prof. Martin O’Donnell) on 4 project areas:
1) Epidemiology and outcome of musculoskeletal diseases in Ireland.
2) Novel markers of osteoporosis and cardiovascular diseases in rheumatic diseases.
3) Cellular, tissue and clinical comparisons of osteoporosis, osteoarthritis and diabetes.
4) Systematic Reviews and Meta-analyses of clinically relevant medical interventions
- Leflunomide Use and Risk of Lung Disease in Rheumatoid Arthritis: A Systematic Literature Review and Metaanalysis of Randomized Controlled Trials. J Rheumatol 2016.
- Methotrexate use and risk of lung disease in psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, and inflammatory bowel disease: systematic literature review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials. BMJ 2015.
- Cognitive coping style and the effectiveness of distraction or sensation focused instructions in chronic pain patients PLoS One 2016.
- ANCA-associated vasculitis: a comparison of cases presenting to nephrology and rheumatology services. QJM 2016.
- Long-term safety and efficacy of biosimilar infliximab among patients with inflammatory arthritis switched from reference product. Open Access Rheumatol 2017.
There are several available projects:
1) Epidemiology, healthcare costs and outcome of patients with specific musculoskeletal diseases in Ireland
2) Large database cleaning, merging, analysis and validation
3) Observational studies of musculoskeletal diseases
4) Multidisciplinary translational research between clinical, imaging and engineering departments of bone and other tissues.
5) Use of electronic health information to improve, accelerate and optimise care of patients with musculoskeletal diseases.