Chris Peters, PhD, featured in
Pain Research Forum by Allison Marin on 21 Apr 2015
Research led by Chris Peters, PhD,
is highlighted in an article in the Pain Research Forum on his study with
conditioned pain modulation (CPM) in rats and mechanical hypersensitivity
following surgery. The study also looks at the relationship between CPM and
resolution of pain after surgery.
Article: Individual Differences
in Acute Pain-induced Endogenous Analgesia Predict Time to Resolution of
Postoperative Pain in the Rat (article)
Authors: Christopher M. Peters,
Ph.D.; Ken-ichiro Hayashida, D.V.M., Ph.D.; Takashi Suto, M.D., Ph.D.; Timothy
T. Houle, Ph.D.; Carol A. Aschenbrenner, M.S.; Thomas J. Martin, Ph.D.; James
C. Eisenach, M.D.
Vol.122, 895-907, April 2015 issue
Tim Houle, PhD, Featured in The Huffington Post
Research from Timothy J. Houle, PhD, anesthesia and neurology, about migraine headache triggers has been picked up by multiple online sources including The Huffington Post.
Tim Houle, PhD, Featured in News Release at wakehealth.edu
Migraine Triggers Tricky to Pinpoint -Too Many Variables Exist, Says New Research from Wake Forest Baptist. (Tim Houle, PhD)
Is Childbirth Linked to Chronic Pain
Article: Resolution of Pain After Childbirth (article)
Authors:Eisenach James C.; Pan, Peter; Smiley, Richard M.; Lavand’homme, Patricia; Landau, Ruth; Houle, Timothy T.
Publication: Anesthesiology. 118(1):143-151, January 2013 full-size cover art
Ken Hayashida Cover Art,
Journal of Pain, January 2012
Article: Depletion of Endogenous Noradrenaline Does Not Prevent Spinal Cord Plasticity Following Peripheral Nerve Injury (article)
Authors:Ken-ichiro Hayashida, Christopher M. Peters, Silvia Gutierrez, James C. Eisenach,
Publication: Journal of Pain, 13(1):49-57., January 2012 issue, full-size cover art.