COLLEGE OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH
Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health Professions

Loading content
Dr Angus Jones

Dr Angus Jones

NIHR Clinician Scientist/Honorary Consultant Physician

 01392 408538

 RILD Building 

 

University of Exeter Medical School, RILD Building, RD&E Hospital Wonford, Barrack Road, Exeter, EX2 5DW, UK

Angus is a Clinical Senior Lecturer at the University of Exeter and an Honorary Consultant Physician in the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital. He trained in medicine in London and worked as a clinician in London, Southampton, Malawi and Southwest England before undertaking an NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship with Professor Andrew Hattersley in Exeter from 2011 to 2014. His research focuses on clinical questions directly relevant to the management of diabetes. Interests include developing a stratified (or personalised) approach to the management of Type 2 diabetes, diabetes classification and the assessment of endogenous insulin secretion (C-peptide) in the clinical management of diabetes.  He received an NIHR Clinician Scientist Fellowship in 2016 to investigate and integrate biomarkers and clinical features for diabetes classification in adults, research that is using a combination of existing datasets, electronic healthcare records and prospective studies to develop a fully validated prediction model (clinical calculator) for diabetes classification at diagnosis. He was awarded the Diabetes UK Type 2 Diabetes Research Prize in both 2014 and 2015 and a European Foundation for the Study of Diabetes Rising Star Award in 2016. 

Qualifications

  • 2000 BSc. Clinical and Biological Sciences (1st), University of London (Imperial) 
  • 2001 MBBS, University of London (St. Georges)
  • 2004 MRCP (UK)
  • 2005 DTM&H, University of Liverpool
  • 2008 Pg Cert Ed, Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry, Universities of Exeter and Plymouth
  • 2014 PhD, Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry, Universities of Exeter and Plymouth
  • 2016 CCT Endocrinology & General (Internal) Medicine

Research

Research projects

  • NIHR Global Health Research Group at the University of Exeter: Improving outcomes in sub-saharan african diabetes through better diagnosis and treatment (Deputy Director and Research Lead)
  • StartRight Prime (Diabetes UK, Lead Investigator) - Combining clinical features and biomarkers to identify patients with Type 1 diabetes in later life
  • StartRight (NIHR Clinican Scientist Award, Lead Investigator) - Getting the right classification and treatment from diagnosis in young adults with diabetes
  • Predicting Response to Incretin Based Agents (PRIBA) (NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship, Lead Investigator) - Identifying clinical and biomarker predictors of response to incretin based therapies for type 2 diabetes
  • Using a genetic risk score to identify patients with type 1 diabetes who will require early insulin therapy (EFSD Rising Star Fellowship, Lead Investigator)
  • Improving Clinical Care in Diabetes (ICCD) (Lead investigator), identifying determinants of variation in progression of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
  • MASTERMIND (MRC) - Stratification of treatment response in Type 2 diabetes
  • GREAT (NIHR Exeter Clinical Research Facility/Northcott Devon Foundation, Co-lead investigator) - C-peptide and hypoglcyaemia risk in Type 2 diabetes
  • DIRECT (EU IMI) - Stratification of treatment response and progression in Type 2 diabetes
  • DIVA (MRC) Defining the molecular and physiological mechanisms of pancreatic islet dysfunction which lead to type 2 diabetes

 

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Grubb A, McDonald T, Rutters F, Donnelly L, Hattersley A, Oram R, Palmer C, van der Heijden A, Carr F, Elders P, et al (In Press). A Type 1 Diabetes Genetic Risk Score can identify patients with GAD65 autoantibody positive type 2 diabetes that rapidly progress to insulin therapy. Diabetes Care Full text.
Jones AG, McDonald TJ (2018). Comment on: “Dulaglutide treatment results in effective glycaemic control in latent autoimmune diabetes in adults (LADA): a post-hoc analysis of the AWARD-2, −4 and −5 trials”. Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism, 20(6), 1549-1550.
Dennis JM, Shields BM, Hill AV, Knight BA, McDonald TJ, Rodgers LR, Weedon MN, Henley WE, Sattar N, Holman RR, et al (2018). Precision Medicine in Type 2 Diabetes: Clinical Markers of Insulin Resistance Are Associated with Altered Short- and Long-term Glycemic Response to DPP-4 Inhibitor Therapy. DIABETES CARE, 41(4), 705-712. Author URL.  Full text.
Hope SV, Knight BA, Shields BM, Hill AV, Choudhary P, Strain WD, McDonald TJ, Jones AG (2018). Random non-fasting C-peptide testing can identify patients with insulin-treated type 2 diabetes at high risk of hypoglycaemia. Diabetologia, 61(1), 66-74. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Dennis JM, Henley WE, Weedon MN, Lonergan M, Rodgers LR, Jones AG, Hamilton WT, Sattar N, Janmohamed S, Holman RR, et al (2018). Sex and BMI Alter the Benefits and Risks of Sulfonylureas and Thiazolidinediones in Type 2 Diabetes: a Framework for Evaluating Stratification Using Routine Clinical and Individual Trial Data. DIABETES CARE, 41(9), 1844-1853. Author URL.  Full text.
Curtis HJ, Dennis JM, Shields BM, Walker AJ, Bacon S, Hattersley AT, Jones AG, Goldacre B (2018). Time trends and geographical variation in prescribing of drugs for diabetes in England from 1998 to 2017. Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism, 20(9), 2159-2168. Abstract.  Full text.
Chakera AJ, McDonald TJ, Knight BA, Vaidya B, Jones AG (2017). Current laboratory requirements for adrenocorticotropic hormone and renin/aldosterone sample handling are unnecessarily restrictive. Clin Med (Lond), 17(1), 18-21. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Preiss D, Dawed A, Welsh P, Heggie A, Jones AG, Dekker J, Koivula R, Hansen TH, Stewart C, Holman RR, et al (2017). Sustained influence of metformin therapy on circulating glucagon-like peptide-1 levels in individuals with and without type 2 diabetes. DIABETES OBESITY & METABOLISM, 19(3), 356-363. Author URL.
Oram RA, Patel K, Hill A, Shields B, McDonald TJ, Jones A, Hattersley AT, Weedon MN (2016). A Type 1 Diabetes Genetic Risk Score can Aid Discrimination Between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes in Young Adults. Diabetes Care, 39(3), 337-344. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Jones AG, McDonald TJ, Shields BM, Hill AV, Hyde CJ, Knight BA, Hattersley AT, PRIBA Study Group (2016). Markers of β-Cell Failure Predict Poor Glycemic Response to GLP-1 Receptor Agonist Therapy in Type 2 Diabetes. Diabetes Care, 39(2), 250-257. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Hope SV, Wienand-Barnett S, Shepherd M, King SM, Fox C, Khunti K, Oram RA, Knight BA, Hattersley AT, Jones AG, et al (2016). Practical Classification Guidelines for Diabetes in patients treated with insulin: a cross-sectional study of the accuracy of diabetes diagnosis. Br J Gen Pract, 66(646), e315-e322. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Hope SV, Knight BA, Shields BM, Hattersley AT, McDonald TJ, Jones AG (2016). Random non-fasting C-peptide: bringing robust assessment of endogenous insulin secretion to the clinic. DIABETIC MEDICINE, 33(11), 1554-1558. Author URL.  Full text.
Jones AG, Lonergan M, Henley WE, Pearson ER, Hattersley AT, Shields BM (2016). Should Studies of Diabetes Treatment Stratification Correct for Baseline HbA1c?. PLoS One, 11(4). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Shields BM, Peters JL, Cooper C, Lowe J, Knight BA, Powell RJ, Jones A, Hyde CJ, Hattersley AT (2015). Can clinical features be used to differentiate type 1 from type 2 diabetes? a systematic review of the literature. BMJ Open, 5(11). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Jones AG, McDonald TJ, Hattersley AT, Shields BM (2014). Effect of the holiday season in patients with diabetes: Glycemia and lipids increase postholiday, but the effect is small and transient. Diabetes Care, 37(5).
Oram RA, Jones AG, Besser RE, Knight BA, Shields BM, Brown RJ, Hattersley AT, McDonald TJ (2014). Erratum to: the majority of patients with long-duration type 1 diabetes are insulin microsecretors and have functioning beta cells. Diabetologia, 57(1). Author URL.
Jones AG, Shields BM, Hyde CJ, Henley WE, Hattersley AT (2014). Identifying good responders to glucose lowering therapy in type 2 diabetes: implications for stratified medicine. PLoS One, 9(10). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Oram RA, Jones AG, Besser REJ, Knight BA, Shields BM, Brown RJ, Hattersley AT, McDonald TJ (2014). The majority of patients with long-duration type 1 diabetes are insulin microsecretors and have functioning beta cells. Diabetologia, 57(1), 187-191. Abstract.
Jones AG, Hill AV, Stewart J, Githens-Mazer G, Shields BM, McDonald TJ, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2013). Baseline HbA1c is the major clinical predictor of glycaemic response to incretin based agents in Type 2 diabetes. DIABETIC MEDICINE, 30, 164-164. Author URL.
Jones AG, Knight BA, Baker GC, Hattersley AT (2013). Practical implications of choice of test in National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidance for the prevention of Type 2 diabetes. Diabet Med, 30(1), 126-127. Author URL.
Jones AG, Hattersley AT (2013). The clinical utility of C-peptide measurement in the care of patients with diabetes. Diabetic Medicine, 30(7), 803-817. Abstract.  Full text.
Hope SV, Jones AG, Goodchild E, Shepherd M, Besser REJ, Shields B, Mcdonald T, Knight BA, Hattersley A (2013). Urinary C-peptide creatinine ratio detects absolute insulin deficiency in Type 2 diabetes. Diabetic Medicine, 30(11), 1342-1348. Abstract.
Hope SV, Jones AG, Goodchild E, Shepherd M, Besser REJ, Shields B, McDonald T, Knight BA, Hattersley A (2013). Urinary C-peptide creatinine ratio detects absolute insulin deficiency in Type 2 diabetes. Diabet Med, 30(11), 1342-1348. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Jones AG, Besser REJ, Shields BM, McDonald TJ, Hope SV, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2012). Assessment of endogenous insulin secretion in insulin treated diabetes predicts postprandial glucose and treatment response to prandial insulin. BMC Endocrine Disorders, 12 Abstract.  Full text.
Jones AG, Evans PH, Vaidya B (2012). Phaeochromocytoma. BMJ, 344 Author URL.
Thomas NJ, Shields BM, Besser REJ, Jones AG, Rawlingson A, Goodchild E, Leighton C, Bowman P, Shepherd M, Knight BA, et al (2012). The impact of gender on urine C-peptide creatinine ratio interpretation. Ann Clin Biochem, 49(Pt 4), 363-368. Abstract.  Author URL.
Besser REJ, Jones AG, McDonald TJ, Shields BM, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2012). The impact of insulin administration during the mixed meal tolerance test. Diabet Med, 29(10), 1279-1284. Abstract.  Author URL.
McDonald TJ, Perry MH, Jones AG, Donohoe M, Salzmann MB, O'Connor J (2011). A novel case of a raised testosterone and LH in a young man. Clinica Chimica Acta, 412(21-22), 1999-2001. Abstract.
Jones A, Bull M, Vaidya B (2011). A woman with episodic headaches, sweating, and palpitations. BMJ, 342 Author URL.
Jones A, Bull M, Vaidya B (2011). PICTURE QUIZ a woman with episodic headaches, sweating, and palpitations. BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, 342 Author URL.
Besser REJ, Ludvigsson J, Jones AG, McDonald TJ, Shields BM, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2011). Urine C-peptide creatinine ratio is a noninvasive alternative to the mixed-meal tolerance test in children and adults with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes Care, 34(3), 607-609. Abstract.  Author URL.
Jones AG, Besser REJ, McDonald TJ, Shields BM, Hope SV, Bowman P, Oram RA, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2011). Urine C-peptide creatinine ratio is an alternative to stimulated serum C-peptide measurement in late-onset, insulin-treated diabetes. Diabet Med, 28(9), 1034-1038. Abstract.  Author URL.
Jones AG, Hattersley AT (2010). Reevaluation of a case of type 1 diabetes mellitus diagnosed before 6 months of age. Nat Rev Endocrinol, 6(6), 347-351. Abstract.  Author URL.
Edwards RJ, Taylor GW, Ferguson M, Murray S, Rendell N, Wrigley A, Bai Z, Boyle J, Finney SJ, Jones A, et al (2005). Specific C-terminal cleavage and inactivation of interleukin-8 by invasive disease isolates of Streptococcus pyogenes. J Infect Dis, 192(5), 783-790. Abstract.  Author URL.

Chapters

Jones AG, Vaidya B (2014). Preoperative endocrine function and fluid electrolyte balance. In  (Ed) Pituitary Apoplexy, 95-105.  Abstract.
Jones AG, Hattersley AT (2011). Monogenic causes of diabetes. In Holt RIG, Cockram C, Flyvbjerg A, Goldstein BJ (Eds.) Textbook of Diabetes, John Wiley & Sons.

Conferences

Grubb AL, Donnelly LA, Slieker RC, McDonald TJ, Rutters F, 't Hart LM, Pearson ER, Hattersley AT, Shields BM, Jones AG, et al (2018). A Type 1 diabetes genetic risk score can identify patients with glutamic acid decarboxylase (GAD) antibody-positive Type 2 diabetes with and without rapid progression to insulin therapy.  Author URL.
Dennis JM, Henley WE, Weedon MN, Rodgers LR, Jones AG, Pearson ER, Hattersley AT, Shields BM (2018). Are the new drugs better? Changing UK prescribing of Type 2 diabetes medications and effects on HbA1c and weight, 2010 to 2016.  Author URL.  Full text.
Grubb AL, Patel K, Oram RA, Hill AV, Angwin C, McDonald TJ, Weedon MN, Hattersley AT, Owen KR, Shields BM, et al (2018). Development and validation of a clinical prediction model to identify adult patients (aged 18-50) with type 1 diabetes requiring early insulin therapy.  Author URL.
McGovern A, Dennis J, Shields B, Pearson E, Hattersley A, Jones A (2018). HbA(1c) is highly variable in people with type 2 diabetes on stable therapy in both trial and real-world settings: implications for clinical practice.  Author URL.
Kimmitt RA, Dennis JM, Weedon M, Rodgers LR, Jones AG, Pearson ER, Hattersley AT, Oram RA, Shields BM (2018). Higher estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) is associated with improved glycaemic response to sodium-glucose co-transporter-2 (SGLT2) inhibitors in patients with Type 2 diabetes and normal renal function: a MASTERMIND study.  Author URL.
Garbutt JDW, England C, Papadaki A, Andrews RC, Jones AG, Johnson L (2018). Is adherence to a Mediterranean diet associated with progression of Type 2 diabetes?.  Author URL.
Mcgovern AP, Rogers L, Weedon M, Shields B, Pearson E, Hattersley AT, Jones A (2018). Is there benefit from continuing glucose lowering therapies which have a poor initial response in Type 2 diabetes?.  Author URL.
Shakweh EY, Shields BM, Angwin CD, Rodgers LR, McDonald TJ, Pearson ER, Hattersley AT, Jones AG, Consortium M (2018). Precision medicine in Type 2 diabetes: is variation in response to sitagliptin and gliclazide therapy related to drug levels?.  Author URL.
Marren SM, Hammersley S, Knight B, Bolt R, Hill A, Hattersley AT, McDonald TJ, Jones AG, Oram RA (2018). Preserved beta cell function in long-duration Type 1 diabetes is associated with markedly lower hypoglycaemia and insulin dose but no improvements in HbA1c, suggesting the need to intensify therapy.  Author URL.
Tippett PW, Hill AV, McDonald TJ, Hattersley AT, Jones AG (2018). Prevalence and clinical associations of ZnT8 islet autoantibodies in the first year of adult diabetes.  Author URL.
Oram RA, Hammersley S, Knight BA, Bolt R, Hill A, Jones AG, Hattersley AT, McDonald TJ (2018). Proinsulin measurement suggests persistent beta cells even in those with undetectable c-peptide in long-duration Type 1 diabetes: Evidence for disordered insulin processing.  Author URL.
Huber JW, Fox C, Hill A, McDonald T, Shields B, Jones A (2018). Psychological resilience in Type 1 diabetes carries independent benefits for blood glucose control.  Author URL.
Dennis JM, Shields BM, Henley WE, Jones AG, Hattersley AT (2018). Trial data show the proposed 5 diabetes subgroups from cluster analysis do predict drug response and diabetes progression but simple clinical measures are stronger predictors.  Author URL.
Thomas N, Grubb A, McDonald T, Hill A, Weedon M, Oram R, Hattersley A, Jones A (2018). Type 1 diabetes leading to severe insulin deficiency occurs after 30 years of age and is commonly treated as type 2 diabetes in clinical practice.  Author URL.
Grubb AL, Patel KA, Oram RA, Hill AV, Angwin C, McDonald TJ, Weedon MN, Hattersley AT, Shields BV, Jones AG, et al (2017). Development of a risk calculator to identify patients with Type 1 diabetes who will require early insulin therapy.  Author URL.
Hope SV, Knight BA, Shields BM, Hill A, Choudhary P, Strain WD, Hattersley AT, McDonald TJ, Jones G (2017). RANDOM NON-FASTING C-PEPTIDE CAN BE USED AS a RISK ASSESSMENT TOOL FOR HYPOGLYCAEMIA IN ELDERLY NSULIN-TREATED PATIENTS WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES.  Author URL.
Patel KA, Hill A, Shields BM, Oram RA, Jones A, Hattersley AT (2017). Type 2 diabetes and severe insulin deficiency.  Author URL.
Dawed AY, Jones AG, McDonald TJ, Walker M, Mari A, Franks PW, Pearson ER, Project IMI-DIRECT (2016). Determinants of glucagon secretion in prediabetes and recently diagnosed type 2 diabetes: an IMI-DIRECT study.  Author URL.
Hope SV, Knight BA, Shields BM, Strain WD, Hattersley AT, Choudhary P, Jones AG (2016). Low c-peptide is associated with high glycaemic variability and hypoglycaemia in insulin-treated patients with Type 2 diabetes.  Author URL.
Shields BM, Dennis JM, Henley W, Weedon M, Lonergan M, Rodgers L, Jones AG, Holman RR, Pearson ER, Hattersley AT, et al (2016). Personalising therapy in type 2 diabetes: the effect of BMI and sex on glycaemic response and side effects to sulphonylureas and thiazolidinediones.  Author URL.
Dennis JM, Henley WE, Weedon MN, Lonergan M, Rodgers LR, Jones AG, Holman RR, Pearson ER, Hattersley AT, Shields BM, et al (2016). Personalizing Therapy in Type 2 Diabetes: the Effect of BMI and Gender on Response and Side Effects to Sulfonylureas and Thiazolidinediones.  Author URL.
Hope SV, Knight BA, Shields BM, Hattersley AT, McDonald TJ, Jones AG (2016). Random non-fasting c-peptide provides an accurate measure of endogenous insulin secretion for clinical practice.  Author URL.
Dennis JM, Hattersley AT, Henley WE, Jones AG, Pearson ER, Shields BM (2016). Stratification using gender and body mass index (BMI) can predict side-effect risk in people with Type 2 diabetes initiating thiazolidinediones but not sulphonylureas: a MASTERMIND study.  Author URL.  Full text.
Craig ZV, Hill AV, McDonald TJ, Hattersley AT, Jones AG, Shields BM (2016). Time to change the HbA1c cut-off for prediabetes.  Author URL.
Weedon MN, Hill AV, McDonald TJ, Patel KA, Jones A, Hattersley AT, Oram R (2015). A novel inexpensive test can discriminate between Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.  Author URL.
Jones AG, Lonergan M, Rodgers LR, Henley WE, Pearson EW, Hattersley AT, Shields BM, Consortium M (2015). Studies of diabetes treatment stratification should correct for baseline HbA1c: a MASTERMIND study.  Author URL.
Jones AG, McDonald TJ, Hill AV, Stewart J, Shields BM, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2014). Markers of beta cell failure are associated with reduced glycaemic response to GLP-1 agonists in Type 2 diabetes.  Author URL.
Knight BA, Shields BM, Baker GC, Hattersley AT, Jones AG (2013). Effectiveness of screening questionnaires to detect HbA1c defined abnormal glycaemia in a UK White population.  Author URL.
Jones AG, Hill AV, Stewart J, Shields BM, McDonald TJ, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2013). Markers of insulin resistance and beta cell function do not predict response to incretin based treatments in type 2 diabetes.  Author URL.
Oram RA, McDonald TJ, Jones AG, Besser REJ, Hattersley AT (2013). The majority of patients with over five years of Type 1 diabetes are insulin microsecretors and have functioning beta cells.  Author URL.  Full text.
Hope SV, Jones AG, Shepherd M, Shields B, Strain D, McDonald T, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2013). Urinary C-peptide creatinine ratio to detect absolute insulin deficiency in type 2 diabetes.  Author URL.
Knight BA, Shields B, Baker G, Hattersley A, Jones A (2012). Screening questionnaires are useful in identifying undiagnosed HbA(1c) diagnosed diabetes in a Caucasian population.  Author URL.
Jones AG, Besser REJ, McDonald TJ, Shields BM, Hope SV, Bowman PA, Oram RA, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2011). Measuring endogenous insulin secretion: does it matter in insulin treated patients?. Diabetes UK Annual Professional Conference 2011. 30th Mar - 1st Apr 2011.
Jones AG, Besser REJ, Shields BM, McDonald TJ, Hope SV, Oram RA, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2011). Practical alternatives to the mixed meal tolerance test in insulin treated diabetes. Diabetes UK Annual Professional Conference 2011. 30th Mar - 1st Apr 2011.
Thomas NJM, Besser REJ, Jones AG, McDonald TJ, Shields BM, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2011). Simple and convenient alternatives to the mixed meal tolerance test.  Author URL.
Hope SV, Jones A, Goodchild E, Shepherd M, Besser REJ, Shields B, McDonald T, Knight BA, Hattersley A (2011). URINARY C-PEPTIDE CREATININE RATIO (UCPCR) CAN BE USED AS a SCREENING TOOL TO DETECT ABSOLUTE INSULIN DEFICIENCY IN PEOPLE WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES.  Author URL.
Hope SV, Jones AG, Goodchild E, Shepherd M, Besser REJ, Shields BM, McDonald TJ, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2011). Urinary C-Peptide Creatinine Ratio (UCPCR) can be used as a screening tool to detect absolute insulin deficiency in type 2 diabetes. Diabetes UK Annual Professional Conference 2011. 30th Mar - 1st Apr 2011.
Shields BM, Shepherd MH, McDonald T, Besser REJ, Jones AG, Raju NB, Wensley KJ, Githens-Mazer G, Knight BA, Hattersley AT, et al (2010). Clinical Criteria Are Poor at Identifying Type 1 Diabetes. Should We be Measuring Insulin Deficiency Directly?.  Author URL.
Jones AG, Hope SV, Shepherd M, Shields BM, Besser REJ, Wensley KJ, Githens-Mazer G, McDonald TJ, Knight BA, Hattersley AT, et al (2010). Do patients with Long-Standing Type 2 Diabetes Develop Absolute Insulin Deficiency?.  Author URL.
Jones AG, Besser REJ, McDonald TJ, Wensley KJ, Githens-Mazer G, Shields BM, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2010). Serum Measurement of Endogenous C-Peptide after a Mixed Meal can be Replaced with a Single Post Meal Urine C-Peptide Creatinine Ratio (UCPCR).  Author URL.
Shields BM, McDonald TJ, Bowman P, Jones AG, Besser REJ, Wensley KJ, Githens-Mazer G, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2010). Urinary C-Peptide Creatinine Ratio (UCPCR) is a Reliable Measure of Endogenous Insulin Secretion, Even in Patients with Renal Impairment.  Author URL.
Besser REJ, Jones AG, McDonald TJ, Shields BM, Githens-Mazer G, Wensley K, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2010). Urinary C-Peptide Creatinine Ratio is a Novel Non Invasive Alternative to the Inpatient Mixed Meal Tolerance Test in Young Onset Type 1 Diabetes.  Author URL.

Publications by year


In Press

Grubb A, McDonald T, Rutters F, Donnelly L, Hattersley A, Oram R, Palmer C, van der Heijden A, Carr F, Elders P, et al (In Press). A Type 1 Diabetes Genetic Risk Score can identify patients with GAD65 autoantibody positive type 2 diabetes that rapidly progress to insulin therapy. Diabetes Care Full text.

2018

Grubb AL, Donnelly LA, Slieker RC, McDonald TJ, Rutters F, 't Hart LM, Pearson ER, Hattersley AT, Shields BM, Jones AG, et al (2018). A Type 1 diabetes genetic risk score can identify patients with glutamic acid decarboxylase (GAD) antibody-positive Type 2 diabetes with and without rapid progression to insulin therapy.  Author URL.
Dennis JM, Henley WE, Weedon MN, Rodgers LR, Jones AG, Pearson ER, Hattersley AT, Shields BM (2018). Are the new drugs better? Changing UK prescribing of Type 2 diabetes medications and effects on HbA1c and weight, 2010 to 2016.  Author URL.  Full text.
Jones AG, McDonald TJ (2018). Comment on: “Dulaglutide treatment results in effective glycaemic control in latent autoimmune diabetes in adults (LADA): a post-hoc analysis of the AWARD-2, −4 and −5 trials”. Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism, 20(6), 1549-1550.
Grubb AL, Patel K, Oram RA, Hill AV, Angwin C, McDonald TJ, Weedon MN, Hattersley AT, Owen KR, Shields BM, et al (2018). Development and validation of a clinical prediction model to identify adult patients (aged 18-50) with type 1 diabetes requiring early insulin therapy.  Author URL.
McGovern A, Dennis J, Shields B, Pearson E, Hattersley A, Jones A (2018). HbA(1c) is highly variable in people with type 2 diabetes on stable therapy in both trial and real-world settings: implications for clinical practice.  Author URL.
Kimmitt RA, Dennis JM, Weedon M, Rodgers LR, Jones AG, Pearson ER, Hattersley AT, Oram RA, Shields BM (2018). Higher estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) is associated with improved glycaemic response to sodium-glucose co-transporter-2 (SGLT2) inhibitors in patients with Type 2 diabetes and normal renal function: a MASTERMIND study.  Author URL.
Garbutt JDW, England C, Papadaki A, Andrews RC, Jones AG, Johnson L (2018). Is adherence to a Mediterranean diet associated with progression of Type 2 diabetes?.  Author URL.
Mcgovern AP, Rogers L, Weedon M, Shields B, Pearson E, Hattersley AT, Jones A (2018). Is there benefit from continuing glucose lowering therapies which have a poor initial response in Type 2 diabetes?.  Author URL.
Dennis JM, Shields BM, Hill AV, Knight BA, McDonald TJ, Rodgers LR, Weedon MN, Henley WE, Sattar N, Holman RR, et al (2018). Precision Medicine in Type 2 Diabetes: Clinical Markers of Insulin Resistance Are Associated with Altered Short- and Long-term Glycemic Response to DPP-4 Inhibitor Therapy. DIABETES CARE, 41(4), 705-712. Author URL.  Full text.
Shakweh EY, Shields BM, Angwin CD, Rodgers LR, McDonald TJ, Pearson ER, Hattersley AT, Jones AG, Consortium M (2018). Precision medicine in Type 2 diabetes: is variation in response to sitagliptin and gliclazide therapy related to drug levels?.  Author URL.
Marren SM, Hammersley S, Knight B, Bolt R, Hill A, Hattersley AT, McDonald TJ, Jones AG, Oram RA (2018). Preserved beta cell function in long-duration Type 1 diabetes is associated with markedly lower hypoglycaemia and insulin dose but no improvements in HbA1c, suggesting the need to intensify therapy.  Author URL.
Tippett PW, Hill AV, McDonald TJ, Hattersley AT, Jones AG (2018). Prevalence and clinical associations of ZnT8 islet autoantibodies in the first year of adult diabetes.  Author URL.
Oram RA, Hammersley S, Knight BA, Bolt R, Hill A, Jones AG, Hattersley AT, McDonald TJ (2018). Proinsulin measurement suggests persistent beta cells even in those with undetectable c-peptide in long-duration Type 1 diabetes: Evidence for disordered insulin processing.  Author URL.
Huber JW, Fox C, Hill A, McDonald T, Shields B, Jones A (2018). Psychological resilience in Type 1 diabetes carries independent benefits for blood glucose control.  Author URL.
Hope SV, Knight BA, Shields BM, Hill AV, Choudhary P, Strain WD, McDonald TJ, Jones AG (2018). Random non-fasting C-peptide testing can identify patients with insulin-treated type 2 diabetes at high risk of hypoglycaemia. Diabetologia, 61(1), 66-74. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Dennis JM, Henley WE, Weedon MN, Lonergan M, Rodgers LR, Jones AG, Hamilton WT, Sattar N, Janmohamed S, Holman RR, et al (2018). Sex and BMI Alter the Benefits and Risks of Sulfonylureas and Thiazolidinediones in Type 2 Diabetes: a Framework for Evaluating Stratification Using Routine Clinical and Individual Trial Data. DIABETES CARE, 41(9), 1844-1853. Author URL.  Full text.
Curtis HJ, Dennis JM, Shields BM, Walker AJ, Bacon S, Hattersley AT, Jones AG, Goldacre B (2018). Time trends and geographical variation in prescribing of drugs for diabetes in England from 1998 to 2017. Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism, 20(9), 2159-2168. Abstract.  Full text.
Dennis JM, Shields BM, Henley WE, Jones AG, Hattersley AT (2018). Trial data show the proposed 5 diabetes subgroups from cluster analysis do predict drug response and diabetes progression but simple clinical measures are stronger predictors.  Author URL.
Thomas N, Grubb A, McDonald T, Hill A, Weedon M, Oram R, Hattersley A, Jones A (2018). Type 1 diabetes leading to severe insulin deficiency occurs after 30 years of age and is commonly treated as type 2 diabetes in clinical practice.  Author URL.

2017

Chakera AJ, McDonald TJ, Knight BA, Vaidya B, Jones AG (2017). Current laboratory requirements for adrenocorticotropic hormone and renin/aldosterone sample handling are unnecessarily restrictive. Clin Med (Lond), 17(1), 18-21. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Grubb AL, Patel KA, Oram RA, Hill AV, Angwin C, McDonald TJ, Weedon MN, Hattersley AT, Shields BV, Jones AG, et al (2017). Development of a risk calculator to identify patients with Type 1 diabetes who will require early insulin therapy.  Author URL.
Hope SV, Knight BA, Shields BM, Hill A, Choudhary P, Strain WD, Hattersley AT, McDonald TJ, Jones G (2017). RANDOM NON-FASTING C-PEPTIDE CAN BE USED AS a RISK ASSESSMENT TOOL FOR HYPOGLYCAEMIA IN ELDERLY NSULIN-TREATED PATIENTS WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES.  Author URL.
Preiss D, Dawed A, Welsh P, Heggie A, Jones AG, Dekker J, Koivula R, Hansen TH, Stewart C, Holman RR, et al (2017). Sustained influence of metformin therapy on circulating glucagon-like peptide-1 levels in individuals with and without type 2 diabetes. DIABETES OBESITY & METABOLISM, 19(3), 356-363. Author URL.
Patel KA, Hill A, Shields BM, Oram RA, Jones A, Hattersley AT (2017). Type 2 diabetes and severe insulin deficiency.  Author URL.

2016

Oram RA, Patel K, Hill A, Shields B, McDonald TJ, Jones A, Hattersley AT, Weedon MN (2016). A Type 1 Diabetes Genetic Risk Score can Aid Discrimination Between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes in Young Adults. Diabetes Care, 39(3), 337-344. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Dawed AY, Jones AG, McDonald TJ, Walker M, Mari A, Franks PW, Pearson ER, Project IMI-DIRECT (2016). Determinants of glucagon secretion in prediabetes and recently diagnosed type 2 diabetes: an IMI-DIRECT study.  Author URL.
Hope SV, Knight BA, Shields BM, Strain WD, Hattersley AT, Choudhary P, Jones AG (2016). Low c-peptide is associated with high glycaemic variability and hypoglycaemia in insulin-treated patients with Type 2 diabetes.  Author URL.
Jones AG, McDonald TJ, Shields BM, Hill AV, Hyde CJ, Knight BA, Hattersley AT, PRIBA Study Group (2016). Markers of β-Cell Failure Predict Poor Glycemic Response to GLP-1 Receptor Agonist Therapy in Type 2 Diabetes. Diabetes Care, 39(2), 250-257. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Shields BM, Dennis JM, Henley W, Weedon M, Lonergan M, Rodgers L, Jones AG, Holman RR, Pearson ER, Hattersley AT, et al (2016). Personalising therapy in type 2 diabetes: the effect of BMI and sex on glycaemic response and side effects to sulphonylureas and thiazolidinediones.  Author URL.
Dennis JM, Henley WE, Weedon MN, Lonergan M, Rodgers LR, Jones AG, Holman RR, Pearson ER, Hattersley AT, Shields BM, et al (2016). Personalizing Therapy in Type 2 Diabetes: the Effect of BMI and Gender on Response and Side Effects to Sulfonylureas and Thiazolidinediones.  Author URL.
Hope SV, Wienand-Barnett S, Shepherd M, King SM, Fox C, Khunti K, Oram RA, Knight BA, Hattersley AT, Jones AG, et al (2016). Practical Classification Guidelines for Diabetes in patients treated with insulin: a cross-sectional study of the accuracy of diabetes diagnosis. Br J Gen Pract, 66(646), e315-e322. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Hope SV, Knight BA, Shields BM, Hattersley AT, McDonald TJ, Jones AG (2016). Random non-fasting C-peptide: bringing robust assessment of endogenous insulin secretion to the clinic. DIABETIC MEDICINE, 33(11), 1554-1558. Author URL.  Full text.
Hope SV, Knight BA, Shields BM, Hattersley AT, McDonald TJ, Jones AG (2016). Random non-fasting c-peptide provides an accurate measure of endogenous insulin secretion for clinical practice.  Author URL.
Jones AG, Lonergan M, Henley WE, Pearson ER, Hattersley AT, Shields BM (2016). Should Studies of Diabetes Treatment Stratification Correct for Baseline HbA1c?. PLoS One, 11(4). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Dennis JM, Hattersley AT, Henley WE, Jones AG, Pearson ER, Shields BM (2016). Stratification using gender and body mass index (BMI) can predict side-effect risk in people with Type 2 diabetes initiating thiazolidinediones but not sulphonylureas: a MASTERMIND study.  Author URL.  Full text.
Craig ZV, Hill AV, McDonald TJ, Hattersley AT, Jones AG, Shields BM (2016). Time to change the HbA1c cut-off for prediabetes.  Author URL.

2015

Weedon MN, Hill AV, McDonald TJ, Patel KA, Jones A, Hattersley AT, Oram R (2015). A novel inexpensive test can discriminate between Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.  Author URL.
Shields BM, Peters JL, Cooper C, Lowe J, Knight BA, Powell RJ, Jones A, Hyde CJ, Hattersley AT (2015). Can clinical features be used to differentiate type 1 from type 2 diabetes? a systematic review of the literature. BMJ Open, 5(11). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Jones AG, Lonergan M, Rodgers LR, Henley WE, Pearson EW, Hattersley AT, Shields BM, Consortium M (2015). Studies of diabetes treatment stratification should correct for baseline HbA1c: a MASTERMIND study.  Author URL.

2014

Jones AG, McDonald TJ, Hattersley AT, Shields BM (2014). Effect of the holiday season in patients with diabetes: Glycemia and lipids increase postholiday, but the effect is small and transient. Diabetes Care, 37(5).
Oram RA, Jones AG, Besser RE, Knight BA, Shields BM, Brown RJ, Hattersley AT, McDonald TJ (2014). Erratum to: the majority of patients with long-duration type 1 diabetes are insulin microsecretors and have functioning beta cells. Diabetologia, 57(1). Author URL.
Jones AG, Shields BM, Hyde CJ, Henley WE, Hattersley AT (2014). Identifying good responders to glucose lowering therapy in type 2 diabetes: implications for stratified medicine. PLoS One, 9(10). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Jones AG, McDonald TJ, Hill AV, Stewart J, Shields BM, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2014). Markers of beta cell failure are associated with reduced glycaemic response to GLP-1 agonists in Type 2 diabetes.  Author URL.
Jones AG, Vaidya B (2014). Preoperative endocrine function and fluid electrolyte balance. In  (Ed) Pituitary Apoplexy, 95-105.  Abstract.
Oram RA, Jones AG, Besser REJ, Knight BA, Shields BM, Brown RJ, Hattersley AT, McDonald TJ (2014). The majority of patients with long-duration type 1 diabetes are insulin microsecretors and have functioning beta cells. Diabetologia, 57(1), 187-191. Abstract.

2013

Jones AG, Hill AV, Stewart J, Githens-Mazer G, Shields BM, McDonald TJ, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2013). Baseline HbA1c is the major clinical predictor of glycaemic response to incretin based agents in Type 2 diabetes. DIABETIC MEDICINE, 30, 164-164. Author URL.
Knight BA, Shields BM, Baker GC, Hattersley AT, Jones AG (2013). Effectiveness of screening questionnaires to detect HbA1c defined abnormal glycaemia in a UK White population.  Author URL.
Jones AG, Hill AV, Stewart J, Shields BM, McDonald TJ, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2013). Markers of insulin resistance and beta cell function do not predict response to incretin based treatments in type 2 diabetes.  Author URL.
Jones AG, Knight BA, Baker GC, Hattersley AT (2013). Practical implications of choice of test in National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidance for the prevention of Type 2 diabetes. Diabet Med, 30(1), 126-127. Author URL.
Jones AG, Hattersley AT (2013). The clinical utility of C-peptide measurement in the care of patients with diabetes. Diabetic Medicine, 30(7), 803-817. Abstract.  Full text.
Oram RA, McDonald TJ, Jones AG, Besser REJ, Hattersley AT (2013). The majority of patients with over five years of Type 1 diabetes are insulin microsecretors and have functioning beta cells.  Author URL.  Full text.
Hope SV, Jones AG, Goodchild E, Shepherd M, Besser REJ, Shields B, Mcdonald T, Knight BA, Hattersley A (2013). Urinary C-peptide creatinine ratio detects absolute insulin deficiency in Type 2 diabetes. Diabetic Medicine, 30(11), 1342-1348. Abstract.
Hope SV, Jones AG, Goodchild E, Shepherd M, Besser REJ, Shields B, McDonald T, Knight BA, Hattersley A (2013). Urinary C-peptide creatinine ratio detects absolute insulin deficiency in Type 2 diabetes. Diabet Med, 30(11), 1342-1348. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Hope SV, Jones AG, Shepherd M, Shields B, Strain D, McDonald T, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2013). Urinary C-peptide creatinine ratio to detect absolute insulin deficiency in type 2 diabetes.  Author URL.

2012

Jones AG, Besser REJ, Shields BM, McDonald TJ, Hope SV, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2012). Assessment of endogenous insulin secretion in insulin treated diabetes predicts postprandial glucose and treatment response to prandial insulin. BMC Endocrine Disorders, 12 Abstract.  Full text.
Jones AG, Evans PH, Vaidya B (2012). Phaeochromocytoma. BMJ, 344 Author URL.
Knight BA, Shields B, Baker G, Hattersley A, Jones A (2012). Screening questionnaires are useful in identifying undiagnosed HbA(1c) diagnosed diabetes in a Caucasian population.  Author URL.
Thomas NJ, Shields BM, Besser REJ, Jones AG, Rawlingson A, Goodchild E, Leighton C, Bowman P, Shepherd M, Knight BA, et al (2012). The impact of gender on urine C-peptide creatinine ratio interpretation. Ann Clin Biochem, 49(Pt 4), 363-368. Abstract.  Author URL.
Besser REJ, Jones AG, McDonald TJ, Shields BM, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2012). The impact of insulin administration during the mixed meal tolerance test. Diabet Med, 29(10), 1279-1284. Abstract.  Author URL.

2011

McDonald TJ, Perry MH, Jones AG, Donohoe M, Salzmann MB, O'Connor J (2011). A novel case of a raised testosterone and LH in a young man. Clinica Chimica Acta, 412(21-22), 1999-2001. Abstract.
Jones A, Bull M, Vaidya B (2011). A woman with episodic headaches, sweating, and palpitations. BMJ, 342 Author URL.
Jones AG, Besser REJ, McDonald TJ, Shields BM, Hope SV, Bowman PA, Oram RA, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2011). Measuring endogenous insulin secretion: does it matter in insulin treated patients?. Diabetes UK Annual Professional Conference 2011. 30th Mar - 1st Apr 2011.
Jones AG, Hattersley AT (2011). Monogenic causes of diabetes. In Holt RIG, Cockram C, Flyvbjerg A, Goldstein BJ (Eds.) Textbook of Diabetes, John Wiley & Sons.
Jones A, Bull M, Vaidya B (2011). PICTURE QUIZ a woman with episodic headaches, sweating, and palpitations. BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, 342 Author URL.
Jones AG, Besser REJ, Shields BM, McDonald TJ, Hope SV, Oram RA, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2011). Practical alternatives to the mixed meal tolerance test in insulin treated diabetes. Diabetes UK Annual Professional Conference 2011. 30th Mar - 1st Apr 2011.
Thomas NJM, Besser REJ, Jones AG, McDonald TJ, Shields BM, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2011). Simple and convenient alternatives to the mixed meal tolerance test.  Author URL.
Hope SV, Jones A, Goodchild E, Shepherd M, Besser REJ, Shields B, McDonald T, Knight BA, Hattersley A (2011). URINARY C-PEPTIDE CREATININE RATIO (UCPCR) CAN BE USED AS a SCREENING TOOL TO DETECT ABSOLUTE INSULIN DEFICIENCY IN PEOPLE WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES.  Author URL.
Hope SV, Jones AG, Goodchild E, Shepherd M, Besser REJ, Shields BM, McDonald TJ, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2011). Urinary C-Peptide Creatinine Ratio (UCPCR) can be used as a screening tool to detect absolute insulin deficiency in type 2 diabetes. Diabetes UK Annual Professional Conference 2011. 30th Mar - 1st Apr 2011.
Besser REJ, Ludvigsson J, Jones AG, McDonald TJ, Shields BM, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2011). Urine C-peptide creatinine ratio is a noninvasive alternative to the mixed-meal tolerance test in children and adults with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes Care, 34(3), 607-609. Abstract.  Author URL.
Jones AG, Besser REJ, McDonald TJ, Shields BM, Hope SV, Bowman P, Oram RA, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2011). Urine C-peptide creatinine ratio is an alternative to stimulated serum C-peptide measurement in late-onset, insulin-treated diabetes. Diabet Med, 28(9), 1034-1038. Abstract.  Author URL.

2010

Shields BM, Shepherd MH, McDonald T, Besser REJ, Jones AG, Raju NB, Wensley KJ, Githens-Mazer G, Knight BA, Hattersley AT, et al (2010). Clinical Criteria Are Poor at Identifying Type 1 Diabetes. Should We be Measuring Insulin Deficiency Directly?.  Author URL.
Jones AG, Hope SV, Shepherd M, Shields BM, Besser REJ, Wensley KJ, Githens-Mazer G, McDonald TJ, Knight BA, Hattersley AT, et al (2010). Do patients with Long-Standing Type 2 Diabetes Develop Absolute Insulin Deficiency?.  Author URL.
Jones AG, Hattersley AT (2010). Reevaluation of a case of type 1 diabetes mellitus diagnosed before 6 months of age. Nat Rev Endocrinol, 6(6), 347-351. Abstract.  Author URL.
Jones AG, Besser REJ, McDonald TJ, Wensley KJ, Githens-Mazer G, Shields BM, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2010). Serum Measurement of Endogenous C-Peptide after a Mixed Meal can be Replaced with a Single Post Meal Urine C-Peptide Creatinine Ratio (UCPCR).  Author URL.
Shields BM, McDonald TJ, Bowman P, Jones AG, Besser REJ, Wensley KJ, Githens-Mazer G, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2010). Urinary C-Peptide Creatinine Ratio (UCPCR) is a Reliable Measure of Endogenous Insulin Secretion, Even in Patients with Renal Impairment.  Author URL.
Besser REJ, Jones AG, McDonald TJ, Shields BM, Githens-Mazer G, Wensley K, Knight BA, Hattersley AT (2010). Urinary C-Peptide Creatinine Ratio is a Novel Non Invasive Alternative to the Inpatient Mixed Meal Tolerance Test in Young Onset Type 1 Diabetes.  Author URL.

2005

Edwards RJ, Taylor GW, Ferguson M, Murray S, Rendell N, Wrigley A, Bai Z, Boyle J, Finney SJ, Jones A, et al (2005). Specific C-terminal cleavage and inactivation of interleukin-8 by invasive disease isolates of Streptococcus pyogenes. J Infect Dis, 192(5), 783-790. Abstract.  Author URL.

Angus_Jones Details from cache as at 2018-10-17 09:02:56

Refresh publications

Back | Edit Profile