Congrats to Tyler Nelson for receiving an F31 fellowship award from the National Institue of Neurological Disorders and Stroke of the National Institutes of Health, titled “Neuropeptide Y1 Receptor-Expressing Neurons in the Dorsal Horn and Neuropathic Pain”.
Tyler has also had a review paper that was accepted and selected by the pain research forum as an “Editor’s Pick” this week! His paper’s mention can be found here!
Congrats to Sarah Najjar who successfully defended her PhD Thesis on May 5, 2020!
Feb 11, 2020, Sarah Najjar received a travel award from The American Neurogastroenterology and Motility Society (ANMS) to attend the Federation of Neurogastroenterology and Motility meeting to be held April, 2020 in Adelaide, Australia.
February 4, 2020, Sarah Najjar’s review in Trends in Neuroscience was chosen as an Editors Pick in the Pain Research Forum!
(Epithelial-Neuronal Communication in the Colon: Implications for Visceral Pain. 2020 Jan 23. pii: S0166-2236(20)30001-1. doi: 10.1016/j.tins.2019.12.007
December 19, 2019
Congratulations Lindsay Snyder and the Sarah Ross Lab for having their 2018 neuron paper, “Kappa Opioid Receptor Distribution and Function in Primary Afferents”, voted one of the top 10 best papers of the decade by the Pain Research Forum!
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December 14, 2019
Kristen Smith-Edwards received the PCPR Fall Travel Award!
Eileen Nguyen was the winner of the PCPR Fall Research Prize!
Congratulations to Tayler Sheahan, Michael Gold, & Jamie Moy for graduating from the North American Pain School !!!
Congratulations to Jane Hartung for receiving the 2019 Spring Pittsburgh Pain Research Prize!
Congratulations to Kimberly Meerschaert for receiving the 2019 Spring PCPR Travel Award!
Ben Kolber Becomes Adjunct Associate Professor of Neurobiology and a Core Member of PCPR!
Kelly Smith and Karen Clark are PCPR Trainee Liaisons for 2019!
Congratulations to Jorge Pineda Farias for winning the 2018 Spring PCPR Travel Award!
Save the Date for the PCPR 2018 Holiday Party at Brian and Kathy’s House on December 15th!
Sarah Najjar won an award for her poster submission, The role of the colon epithelium in visceral pain signaling, from the Abdominal and Pelvic Pain SIG at the 2018 IASP meeting in Boston.
Emanuel Loeza – Winner of the Spring 2018 Pittsburgh Pain Research Prize
Sarah Najjar – Winner of the Spring 2018 PCPR Travel Award
Kelly Smith – Winner of the Spring 2018 PCPR Mug Design Award