Katie Stockstill, graduate student in Dr. Salvemini's laboratory, was awarded the American Pain Society Young Investigator Travel Award to attend the the Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Pain Society, April 30- May 3, 2014 in Tampa, FL. Katie will be presenting her poster entitled "Bortezomib-induced neuropathic pain is blocked and reversed by blocking the the S1P/S1PR1 axis" on Thursday, May 1, 2014 as a part of this Annual Scientific Meeting.
Kali Janes, post doctoral fellow in Dr. Salvemini's laboratory, was awarded the American Pain Society Young Investigator Travel Award to attend the Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Pain Society, April 30-May 3, 2014 in Tampa, FL. Kali will be presenting her poster entitled “The role of peroxynitrite in peripheral nerve sensory axon mitotoxicity during chemotherapy-induced neuropathic pain” on Friday, May 2, 2014 as a part of the Annual Scientific Meeting.
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Pharmacological & Physiological Science
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Secondary Faculty Appointments
|Name||Degree Institution||Academic Interest|
|William Banks, M.D.||University of Missouri, Columbia, 1979|
Transport of peptides and proteins across the blood-brain barrier.
|Michael Anne Gratton, Ph.D.||SUNY at Buffalo||The Gratton lab is interested in mechanisms controlling inner ear homeostasis.|
|R. Scott Martin, Ph.D.||University of Missouri, Columbia||Research involves the use of microchip-based analytical devices to study various biological systems|
|L. James Willmore, M.D.||Saint Louis University Medical School, 1968|
Antiepileptic drug development and use; animal models of epilepsy; molecular biology of brain injury and drug effects.