Publications

Prof. Gloria Crispino is presenting at the RTI-UVG Drone Research Conference at the Universidad del Valle de Guatemala in Guatemala City, Guatemala, on April 20-21 2016

April,2016

The conference explores the research applications of unmanned aerial vehicles (drones). Prof. Crispino’s presentation focuses on the similarities between the clinical development plan for medical devices and the drone research development plan for application in health and security. Read the abstract.Further details on the conference are here.

Gloria Crispino, CEO of StatisticaMedica, is appointed Professor of Biostatistics at the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland

March,2016

Gloria Crispino will join the Division of Population Health Science as Associate Professor of Biostatistics and Director of the new Biostatistics Unit at RCSI. Her role will focus on biostatistics research in the field of clinical research and epidemiology. Gloria will lead the new biostatistics unit to support health research within RCSI in Ireland and internationally.

StatisticaMedica helps develop innovative treatments

January,2016

Kitov Pharmaceuticals has successfully combined non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs with drugs that lower blood pressure to treat pain without increasing the risk of heart attack or stroke

Gloria, Let me thank you and StatisticaMedica for the work you did for Kitov Pharmaceuticals. Your prompt and efficient analysis of our phase 3 clinical data were essential in the successful outcome of our study.

- J. Paul Waymack M.D., Sc.D. Chairman of the Board Kitov Pharmaceuticals
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Selection of Latest Publications

A Randomized Trial of Single-Dose Oral Dexamethasone Versus Multidose Prednisolone for Acute Exacerbations of Asthma in Children Who Attend the Emergency Department

by John J. Cronin, MB, AFRCSI, Siobhan McCoy, RGN, RCN, Una Kennedy, FRCEM, Sinéad Nic an Fhailí, PhD, MICR, Abel Wakai, MD, FRCEM, John Hayden, BPharm, Gloria Crispino, PhD, CStat, Michael J. Barrett, MB, MRCPI, Sean Walsh, FRCEM, Ronan O’Sullivan, FPAEDS, MBA, October, 2015

In acute exacerbations of asthma in children, corticosteroids reduce relapses, subsequent hospital admission, and the need for ß2-agonist bronchodilators. 

Respiratory Syncytial Virus Preterm (32-36 Completed Weeks Gestation) Risk Estimation Measure for RSV Hospitalization in Ireland: A Prospective Study

by Sheridan-Pereira, Margaret FRCPI; Murphy, Joan PhD; Sloan, Julie R.M; Crispino, Gloria PhD; Leahy, Anne FRCPI; Corcoran, J David FRCPI; Dempsey, Eugene FRCPI; Elnazir, Basil FRCPI; Gavin, Patrick FRCPI; Sharif, Farhana FRCPI; Gul, Rizwan FRCPI; Satas, Salius PhD; Murphy, John FRCPI; Gormally, Siobhan FRCPI; Shanaa, Issam FRCPI; Waldron, David FRCPI; Mc Mahon, Paul FRCPI; Carson, John FRCPI; Blanken, Maarten; Bont, Louis MD, PhD; Paes, Bosco FRCPC, October, 2015

In several countries RSV prophylaxis is offered to late preterm infants who are at escalated risk of respiratory syncytial virus hospitalization (RSVH). 

The Acoustic Features of Inhalation can be Used to Quantify Aerosol Delivery from a Diskus™ Dry Powder Inhaler

by Jansen N Seheult, P O'Connell, Kee Chun Tee, T Bholah, H Al Bannai, I Sulaiman, E MacHale, S D'Arcy, MS Holmes, D Bergin, E Reeves, RB Reilly, G Crispino-O'Connell, C Ehrhardt, A Healy, RW Costello , May, 2014

Some patients are unable to generate the peak inspiratory flow rate (PIFR) necessary to de-agglomerate drug particles from dry powder inhalers (DPIs). In this study we tested the hypothesis that the acoustic parameters of an inhalation are related to the PIFR and hence reflect drug delivery....

Incidence, Event Rates, and Early Outcome of Stroke in Dublin, Ireland: The North Dublin Population Stroke Study.

by P.J. Kelly, G Crispino, O Sheehan, L Kelly, M Marnane, A Merwick, N Hannon, D Ní Chróinín, E Callaly, D Harris, G Horgan, E B. Williams, J Duggan, L Kyne, P McCormack, E Dolan, D Williams, J Moroney, C Kelleher, and L Daly, 2012

The World Health Organization has emphasized the importance of international population-based data for unbiased surveillance of stroke incidence and outcome. To date, few such studies have been conducted using recommended gold-standard ascertainment methods. We conducted a large, population-based stroke study in Dublin, Ireland ...