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Jobie Evans

Dr Jobie Evans is a specialist registrar and clinical research fellow in rheumatology at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, UK. Having grown up in Essex, he graduated from the Peninsula Medical School in Exeter and Plymouth, UK, in 2009. After completing his foundation training in the South-West of England in 2011, he moved to the East of England where he is currently completing his specialist training in rheumatology and general medicine.

Dr Evans has a special interest in spondyloarthritis, in particular psoriatic arthritis and enteropathic arthritis, and musculoskeletal ultrasound. He is currently undertaking a Doctor of Medicine on the use of inflammatory bowel disease imaging in axial spondyloarthritis at the University of Cambridge.

10-07-2019 | Psoriatic arthritis | Highlight | Article

Methotrexate versus etanercept as first-line therapy for psoriatic arthritis

William Tillett, Deepak Jadon, and Jobie Evans debate the clinical reasons relating to the efficacy, safety, and practicality of using etanercept or methotrexate as first-line therapy for psoriatic arthritis.