Clinical and Basic Science Data Blitz
The Clinical and Basic Science Data Blitz will be held Wednesday, April 3, in Milwaukee, WI, as part of the APS 2019 Scientific Meeting.
This year's Data Blitz will include selected presentations of new research in a rapid format, with presenters having 5 minutes to present data and 5 additional minutes for questions from the audience. The blitz will be moderated by Alfonso Romero-Sandoval, MD PhD, Sarah Ross, PhD, Jennifer DeBerry, PhD, Marie Hoeger Bement, PhD PT, and Mark Bicket, MD.
Diversity is a core value of APS. As such, successful multi-speaker proposals will include representation across gender identity, race, and age.
Congratulations to the accepted abstract authors for the 2019 Data Blitz!
Multisystem Resiliency as a Predictor of Pain and Function in Older Adults with Chronic Low Back Pain
Emily Bartley, PhD (Primary Author); Roger B. Fillingim, PhD
Rats performing a volitional repetitive task develop neuropathy of their median nerves
Geoffrey Bove, PhD DC (Primary Author)
Local anesthetic injection resolves movement pain, motor dysfunction, and pain catastrophizing in individuals with chronic Achilles tendinopathy
Ruth Chimenti, PhD PT (Primary Author); Ericka Merriwether, PhD PT; Connor Dilger; Jason Wilken, PhD PT; Kathleen Sluka, PhD PT
Increased heat pain sensitivity and pain-related anxiety in individuals with autism
Michelle Failla, PhD (Primary Author); Madison Gerdes; Zachary J. Williams; David J. Moore; Carissa J. Cascio
Mrgprd as a potential therapeutic target for painful diabetic neuropathy
Dale George, Post Doc Fellow (Primary Author); Dongjun Ren; Abdelhak Belmadani; Richard J. Miller; Daniela M. Menichella
Tissue Inhibitor of Matrix Metalloproteinase-1 attenuates the onset of hypersensitivity through receptor mediated pathway following cutaneous inflammation
Brittany Knight (Primary Author); Tamara King; Nathan Kozlowski; Stephen Crocker; Kyle Baumbauer, PhD
Loss of Gnb5 in sensory neurons leads to decreased nociceptive stimuli but not itch in mice
Mritunjay Pandey (Primary Author); Nicole Lue; Poorni Adikaram; Jian-hua Zhang; William F. Simonds
The persistent pain transcriptome: Distinct transcriptional signatures of persistent pain models define convergent pathways to the transition to hyperalgesia
Matthew Sapio, PhD (Primary Author); Amelia J. Loydpierson; Jenny J. Kim; Dragan Maric; Andrew J. Mannes
Peripheral neurons invade oral cancer and drive oral carcinogenesis and pain
Nicole Scheff, PhD (Primary Author); Stella Park; Brian L. Schmidt
Deep Learning Segmentation and Automatic Muscle Fat Infiltration Calculation of the Deep Cervical Spine Extensors: Implications for Whiplash...and Beyond
Kenneth Weber, PhD DC (Primary Author); Andrew C. Smith; Trevor J. Hastie; Sean Mackey; James M. Elliott