Members of the Brainstorm Lab attended the 36th Annual American Pain Society Scientific Meeting May 17-19th in Pittsburgh, PA. During the 3-day premier pain science event, lab members attended educational talks on a variety of pain research dimensions and presented their own poster abstracts
Check them out below!
Smith A., Weber J., Boland, K., and Craggs J. Alterations in mood are associated with dysfunction effective connectivity in the default mode network (DMN), reward and memory related brain regions in a chronic pain population. In American Pain Society, page S56-57, Elsevier, May 2017.
Meredith Levsen (Johnson)
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