The lab meets every Friday at 8am….mostly online these days.
Check out our newly accepted manuscript “Sensory Neuron TLR4 mediates the development of never-injury induced mechanical hypersensitivity in female mice” Published in Brain, Behavior, and Immunity. Here is the link to the full-length article here .
Check out our newly accepted manuscript: “Sensory neurons, neuroimmunity, and pain modulation by sex hormones.” Published in Endocrinology
See figure 1 below.
Check out our newly accepted manuscript: “Neuroimmune consequences of eIF4E phosphorylation on chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy.” Published in Frontiers in Immunology: Molecular innate immunity
Congrats to Micaela Chaparro, Calvin Uong, and Michelle Hagenimana for receiving the Undergraduate Research Scholar Award (URSA) for supporting their respective research projects in reproductive physiology, neuroinflammation in diet, and diabetic neuropathy, respectively, during the Spring of 2021!
We are all super proud!
Lead by our very own Zach Castillo, an undergraduate research scholar in the lab who works on projects involved in advanced imaging techniques!
USASP Inaugural Meeting December 9-11, 2020
Transforming Pain Science & Care in Challenging Times
(Opioid Crisis, COVID-19 Pandemic, and Systemic Racism)
|Concurrent Sessions | 4:45-6:15 PM EST|
|Title: Strategies for Building Interdisciplinary Collaborations To Study Musculoskeletal Pain Across the Lifespan: A T0-T4 Translational Approach
Description: The presenters will address topics related to bidirectional translation of preclinical and clinical data including validation of a preclinical model of chronic musculoskeletal pain, determining appropriate preclinical models of chronic musculoskeletal pain, selecting and describing methodologies for mechanism-based phenotyping in clinical pain studies to more precisely translate to animal models, and data sharing and interpretation of findings that are useful to clinicians, clinician-scientists, and basic scientists.
|Ericka N. Merriwether PT, DPT, PhD – Assistant Professor New York University
Ishmail Abdus-Saboor, PhD – Assistant Professor Columbia University
|Michael Burton, PhD – Assistant Professor University of Texas at Dallas
Christopher D King, PhD – Assistant Professor Columbia University