The NIH Pain Consortium Mitchell Max Award for Research Excellence honors Dr. Mitchell Max, MD (1949 – 2008) for his lifetime contribution to pain research and is awarded annually to the best poster presentation at the NIH Pain Consortium Symposium.
Christine Mrakotsky, Ph.D. Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School
Pain, Executive Functions, and Structural Brain Correlates in Children with and without Chronic Abdominal Pain
Anthony C. Johnson
Amygdala-mediated mechanisms underlying stress-induced visceral pain
Dayna R. Loyd, PhD
Serotonin enhances proinflammatory peptide release from rat and human trigeminal nociceptors.
Sarah E. Tague, MS
Vitamin D deficiency causes deep tissue mechanical hyperalgesia and muscle nociceptor sprouting.
Kara Ramos, PhD
The GLT-1 up-regulating drug cetriaxone reverses neuropathic pain in rat models of peripheral nerve injury and multiple sclerosis.