Dr Andrew Gough
Dr Mike Green
Dr Cathy Lawson
Dr Helen MacIver
Esther Gordon , Research Nurse: [email protected]
Nadira Singh, Research Nurse: [email protected]
Alison Miernik, Clinical Trials Assistant: [email protected]
Debbie Elliott, Clinical Trials Assistant: [email protected]
How to contact us:
Harrogate District Hospital
Lancaster Park Road
Direct Telephone: 01423 555617
Welcome to the Rheumatology Research page.
The Rheumatology Research team at Harrogate Hospital consists of Doctors, Research Nurses, Clinical Trials Assistants, Pharmacy, Labs and the Research and Development Department.
They provide the opportunity for patients to participate in new trials for all different types of Rheumatology conditions.
Please contact the team on the details above if you need any further information.
Rheumatology Research Trials:
A study for Rheumatoid Arthritis patients newly starting Methotrexate.
The purpose of the study is to see whether we can predict who will do well and who will have to stop taking using methotrexate.
A study for patients with Giant Cell Arteritis and Polymyalgia Rheumatica.
Retrospective study looking at causes of GCA and PMR and how to predict whether a person with these condition will be more severely affected or only mildly affected.
For patients with Interstitial lung disease and connective tissue disease.
To identify and characterise disease susceptibility genes and autoantibodies associated with the development and clinical characteristics of ILD in patients with and without CTDs.
This is a study for relatives of patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis looking at genetic, environmental and other factors to understand what makes people more/less likely to develop rheumatoid arthritis.
A study conducted by Manchester University for Rheumatoid Arthritis patients starting Biologics treatment.
An observational study for patients with Connective Tissue Disease
The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trusts aims to develop a comprehensive research program to investigate the clinical characteristics of patients attending the clinic. This would be of great benefit in providing further insights into the differing diseases in order to assist with future treatments.
COMPLETED STUDY AND AWAITING RESULTS
This is a trial conducted by the University of York for people with Osteoarthritis of the Knee.
The study was a 52 week trial and patients were randomised to either methotrexate or Placebo.