Chung Sang Tse, MD

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine (Gastroenterology)
Department: Medicine

Contact information
3737 Market St, 11th Floor, Penn Digestive and Liver Health Center University City, Penn Medicine University City
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 2153806327
BS (Bachelor of Science)
University of Toronto, 2010.
MD (Doctor of Medicine)
Yale School of Medicine, 2015.
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Description of Clinical Expertise

inflammatory bowel disease

Description of Research Expertise

inflammatory bowel disease, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, clinical trials, randomized controlled trials, patient-reported outcomes, implementation science, clinical effectiveness, behavioral interventions, multiphase optimization strategy

Selected Publications

Tse CS, Hunt MG, Brown LA, Lewis JD.: Inflammatory Bowel Diseases-related Disability: Risk Factors, Outcomes, and Interventions. Inflamm Bowel Dis 30(3): 501-507, Mar 2024.

Tse CS, Weng CH, Kwon M, Wolk CB, Brown LA, Malani K, Shah SA, Fine SD.: Increased Risks for Suicide, Self-Harm, Substance Use, and Psychiatric Disorders in Adults With Inflammatory Bowel Disease: A Nationwide Study in the United States From 2007 to 2017. Inflamm Bowel Dis 30(1): 150-153, Jan 2024.

Tse CS, Lewis J, Shah SA, Ostrov AH, Burwell S, Gaidos J, Forster E, Fiske H, Hunt MG, Kuehnel R, Soto C: S886 Acceptability and Preferences for Multimodal Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Self-Help Resources: Patients’ and Providers’ Perspectives. American College of Gastroenterology 118(10S): S660, Oct 2023 Notes: Poster presentation.

Tse CS, Shah SA, Saha S, Taleban S, Horst S, Lutz M, Fiske H, Weng CH, Hunt MG, Brown L, Bonhomme B: S887 Health-Related Social Needs & Disease Activity Are Independently Associated With Moderate-to-Severe IBD-Related Disability. American College of Gastroenterology 118(10S): S661, Oct 2023.

Kamp KJ, Hawes SE, Tse CS, Singh S, Dang N, Oberai R, Weaver SA, Melmed GY, Siegel CA, van Deen WK; IBD Qorus.: Concordance and Discordance Between Patient-reported Remission, Patient-reported Outcomes, and Physician Global Assessment. Inflamm Bowel Dis 29(8): 1255-1262, Aug 2023.

Tse CS, Nguyen HP, Singh S, Dulai PS, Neill J, Le H, Valasek M, Dervieux T, Collins AE, Boland BS.: Correlations Between Gastrointestinal Symptoms and Endoscopic-Histologic Disease Activity in Adults with Ulcerative Colitis. Dig Dis Sci 68(8): 3254-3258, Jun 2023.

Tse CS, Fiske HW, Weng CH, Shah SA, Lewis JD, Siegel CA, Oliver BJ, Weaver A, Melmed G, van Deen WK: Su1790 Improving Health Confidence in Adults with IBD May Reduce Healthcare Utilization Independent of Disease Duration. Gastroenterology 164(6): S-682-S-683, May 2023.

Tse CS, Singh S, Valasek MA, Neill J, Le H, Collins AE, Boland BS.: Prevalence and Correlations of Gastrointestinal Symptoms With Endoscopic and Histologic Mucosal Healing in Crohn's Disease. Am J Gastroenterol 118(4): 748-751, Apr 2023.

Dang N, Kwon M, Kumar S, Cradeur M, Zeven K, Khunte M, Marino D, Tse CS, van Deen W, Lee A, Kamp K: Engaging Patients in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Care—What Determines Active Participation? Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. Oxford University Press, 29(Supplement_1): S63-S65, Feb 2023.

Dang N, Cradeur M, Zeven K, Khunte M, Kumar S, Marino D, Kwon M, Kamp K, Oberai R, van Deen W, Tse CS: Investigating the Use of The Social Vulnerability Index to Predict Healthcare Utilization Among Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. Oxford University Press, 29(Supplement_1): S43-S44, Feb 2023.

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Last updated: 05/17/2024
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