A. Neustaeter

A. Neustaeter

Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

H-index: 8

Europe-Netherlands

About A. Neustaeter

A. Neustaeter, With an exceptional h-index of 8 and a recent h-index of 8 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, specializes in the field of genetics, gwas, glaucoma, spastic syndrome.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Understanding Predictors of Crohn’s Disease: Determinants of Altered Barrier Function in Pre-Disease Phase of Crohn’s Disease

EyeLife: A prospective glaucoma screening study with double‐blind genetic pre‐screening conducted within the population‐based Lifelines cohort

A18 EARLY LIFE EXPOSURE TO PARENTAL CROHN'S DISEASE IS ASSOCIATED WITH GUT MICROBIAL COMPOSITION AND FUNCTION, GUT PERMEABILITY AND INCREASED RISK OF FUTURE CROHN'S DISEASE

A261 INVESTIGATING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AIR POLLUTION AND BIOMARKERS OF CROHN’S DISEASE IN CANADA

A275 THE POTENTIAL MECHANISTIC ROLES OF SPHINGOLIPIDS IN HEALTHY FIRST-DEGREE RELATIVES OF PATIENTS WITH CROHN'S DISEASE

OP29 Peri-natal exposure to parental Crohn’s disease is associated with impaired gut barrier, microbiome composition differences and increased risk of Crohn’s disease

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1236 FIRST-DEGREE RELATIVES OF PATIENTS WITH CROHN'S DISEASE FROM MULTIPLEX FAMILIES ARE THREE TIMES MORE LIKELY TO DEVELOP DISEASE AND THIS RISK IS ASSOCIATED WITH SUBCLINICAL …

A. Neustaeter Information

University

Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

Position

PhD candidate

Citations(all)

195

Citations(since 2020)

188

Cited By

21

hIndex(all)

8

hIndex(since 2020)

8

i10Index(all)

8

i10Index(since 2020)

8

Email

University Profile Page

Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

A. Neustaeter Skills & Research Interests

genetics

gwas

glaucoma

spastic syndrome

Top articles of A. Neustaeter

Title

Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

Understanding Predictors of Crohn’s Disease: Determinants of Altered Barrier Function in Pre-Disease Phase of Crohn’s Disease

Anna Neustaeter

Haim Leibovitzh

Williams Turpin

Kenneth Croitoru

2024/2/1

EyeLife: A prospective glaucoma screening study with double‐blind genetic pre‐screening conducted within the population‐based Lifelines cohort

Acta Ophthalmologica

Nomdo Jansonius

Anna Neustaeter

Ilja Nolte

Harold Snieder

2024/1

A18 EARLY LIFE EXPOSURE TO PARENTAL CROHN'S DISEASE IS ASSOCIATED WITH GUT MICROBIAL COMPOSITION AND FUNCTION, GUT PERMEABILITY AND INCREASED RISK OF FUTURE CROHN'S DISEASE

Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology

M Bushra

J Shao

L Qiu

PA Olivera

H Leibovitzh

...

2024/3/1

A261 INVESTIGATING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AIR POLLUTION AND BIOMARKERS OF CROHN’S DISEASE IN CANADA

Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology

J SHAO

M Xue

A Neustaeter

S Lee

H Leibovitzh

...

2024/3/1

A275 THE POTENTIAL MECHANISTIC ROLES OF SPHINGOLIPIDS IN HEALTHY FIRST-DEGREE RELATIVES OF PATIENTS WITH CROHN'S DISEASE

Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology

M Xue

S Lee

A Neustaeter

J SHAO

H Huynh

...

2024/3/1

OP29 Peri-natal exposure to parental Crohn’s disease is associated with impaired gut barrier, microbiome composition differences and increased risk of Crohn’s disease

Journal of Crohn's and Colitis

SH Lee Dr

L Qiu

PA Olivera

H Leibovitzh

M Xue

...

2023/2/1

Refractive errors

Risk

WM Chan

TYY Lai

DTL Liu

DSC Lam

Mukharram M Bikbov

...

2023/4/5

1236 FIRST-DEGREE RELATIVES OF PATIENTS WITH CROHN'S DISEASE FROM MULTIPLEX FAMILIES ARE THREE TIMES MORE LIKELY TO DEVELOP DISEASE AND THIS RISK IS ASSOCIATED WITH SUBCLINICAL …

Gastroenterology

Pablo A Olivera

Helena Martinez-Lozano

Haim Leibovitzh

Mingyue Xue

Anna Neustaeter

...

2023/5/1

A238 BILE ACID COMPOSITION AND DIETARY FAT: IMPLICATIONS FOR CROHN’S DISEASE IN A COHORT OF HEALTHY FIRST-DEGREE RELATIVES

Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology

A Neustaeter

J Shao

M Xue

C Antonio Hernández Rocha

S-H Lee

...

2023/3

828 SERUM METABOLOMICS IDENTIFIES DYSREGULATED PATHWAYS AND POTENTIAL METABOLIC BIOMARKERS INVOLVED IN DEVELOPMENT OF CROHN'S DISEASE

Gastroenterology

Mingyue Xue

Anna Neustaeter

Sun-Ho Lee

Jingcheng Shao

Haim Leibovitzh

...

2023/5/1

A218 ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN ADHERENCE TO LITERATURE-DERIVED DIETARY INDICES AND PRE-DISEASE BIOMARKERS: IMPLICATIONS FOR CROHN’S DISEASE PREVENTION

Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology

A Neustaeter

S-H Lee

M Xue

H Leibovitzh

K Madsen

...

2023/3/1

634 DIETARY ASSOCIATIONS WITH METABOLITES IMPLICATED WITH CROHN'S DISEASE RISK

Gastroenterology

Anna Neustaeter

Mingyue Xue

Sun-Ho Lee

Haim Leibovitzh

Karen Madsen

...

2023/5/1

Immune response and barrier dysfunction-related proteomic signatures in preclinical phase of Crohn’s disease highlight earliest events of pathogenesis

Gut

Haim Leibovitzh

Sun-Ho Lee

Juan Antonio Raygoza Garay

Osvaldo Espin-Garcia

Mingyue Xue

...

2023/8/1

A198 THE LONG-TERM IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURES ON HOST HEALTH AND THE RISK FACTORS OF CROHN'S DISEASE

Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology

M Xue

W Turpin

L Haim

S-H Lee

A Neustaeter

...

2023/3/1

1233 BILE ACID COMPOSITION, DIETARY FAT, AND CROHN'S DISEASE RISK

Gastroenterology

Anna Neustaeter

Jingcheng Shao

Mingyue Xue

Cristian A Hernandez Rocha

Sun-Ho Lee

...

2023/5/1

Investigating the Genetic Background of Spastic Syndrome in North American Holstein Cattle Based on Heritability, Genome-Wide Association, and Functional Genomic Analyses

Genes

Anna Neustaeter

Luiz F Brito

WJ Brad Hanna

John D Baird

Flavio S Schenkel

2023/7/20

P899 Analysis of IL-23 receptor genetic variants associations with gut microbiome composition and barrier function in a cohort of healthy first-degree relatives of subjects …

Journal of Crohn's and Colitis

H Leibovitzh

A Neustaeter

SH Lee

M Xue

O Espin-Garcia

...

2023/2/1

Sa1799 IL-23 RECEPTOR GENETIC VARIANTS ASSOCIATIONS WITH GUT BARRIER FUNCTION AND MICROBIOME COMPOSITON IN A COHORT OF HEALTY FIRST-DEGREE RELATVIES OF SUBJECTS WITH CROHN'S …

Gastroenterology

Haim Leibovitzh

Anna Neustaeter

Sun-Ho Lee

Mingyue Xue

Osvaldo Espin-Garcia

...

2023/5/1

Development and validation of a questionnaire-based myopia proxy in adults: the LifeLines Cohort Study

British Journal of Ophthalmology

Nigus G Asefa

Anna Neustaeter

Jelle Vehof

Ilja M Nolte

Harold Snieder

...

2023/7/1

Mediterranean-like dietary pattern associations with gut microbiome composition and subclinical gastrointestinal inflammation

Gastroenterology

Williams Turpin

Mei Dong

Gila Sasson

Juan Antonio Raygoza Garay

Osvaldo Espin-Garcia

...

2022/9/1

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A. Neustaeter FAQs

What is A. Neustaeter's h-index at Rijksuniversiteit Groningen?

The h-index of A. Neustaeter has been 8 since 2020 and 8 in total.

What are A. Neustaeter's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Understanding Predictors of Crohn’s Disease: Determinants of Altered Barrier Function in Pre-Disease Phase of Crohn’s Disease

EyeLife: A prospective glaucoma screening study with double‐blind genetic pre‐screening conducted within the population‐based Lifelines cohort

A18 EARLY LIFE EXPOSURE TO PARENTAL CROHN'S DISEASE IS ASSOCIATED WITH GUT MICROBIAL COMPOSITION AND FUNCTION, GUT PERMEABILITY AND INCREASED RISK OF FUTURE CROHN'S DISEASE

A261 INVESTIGATING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AIR POLLUTION AND BIOMARKERS OF CROHN’S DISEASE IN CANADA

A275 THE POTENTIAL MECHANISTIC ROLES OF SPHINGOLIPIDS IN HEALTHY FIRST-DEGREE RELATIVES OF PATIENTS WITH CROHN'S DISEASE

OP29 Peri-natal exposure to parental Crohn’s disease is associated with impaired gut barrier, microbiome composition differences and increased risk of Crohn’s disease

Refractive errors

1236 FIRST-DEGREE RELATIVES OF PATIENTS WITH CROHN'S DISEASE FROM MULTIPLEX FAMILIES ARE THREE TIMES MORE LIKELY TO DEVELOP DISEASE AND THIS RISK IS ASSOCIATED WITH SUBCLINICAL …

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are the top articles of A. Neustaeter at Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.

What are A. Neustaeter's research interests?

The research interests of A. Neustaeter are: genetics, gwas, glaucoma, spastic syndrome

What is A. Neustaeter's total number of citations?

A. Neustaeter has 195 citations in total.