Examination of Uterine Pain in animal models and humansListed By : Kevin Hellman
NorthShore University of Chicago
CategoryGenePathwayDisease
Research projectInflammation and immunityReproductive Diseases
Our goal is to conduct translational research for the treatment of chronic pain conditions by resolving the neuro-pathophysiological interactions produced by impaired sleep and cardiorespiratory function. We work with animal models of chronic pain and also study pain in humans. We aspire to investigate the neurophysiological mechanism that underlies pelvic pain, a common, devastating disorder associated with sleep disruption and homeostatic disturbance.

We are looking for collaborators to study uterine pain in animal models and humans.
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