Elizabeth A. Dugan, Ph.D.

Neurobiology and Anatomy Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Recovery from spinal cord injury
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Mean distance: 18.2 (cluster 19)


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Jed S. Shumsky grad student 2010 Drexel Medical School
 (A Combination Therapy Promotes Quipazine-induced Weight-supported Stepping in Spinalized Adult Rats.)
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Jergova S, Dugan EA, Sagen J. (2023) Attenuation of SCI-Induced Hypersensitivity by Intensive Locomotor Training and Recombinant GABAergic Cells. Bioengineering (Basel, Switzerland). 10
Dugan EA, Schachner B, Jergova S, et al. (2020) Intensive locomotor training provides sustained alleviation of chronic spinal cord injury associated neuropathic pain: A 2-year preclinical study. Journal of Neurotrauma
Dugan EA, Jergova S, Sagen J. (2020) Mutually beneficial effects of intensive exercise and GABAergic neural progenitor cell transplants in reducing neuropathic pain and spinal pathology in rats with spinal cord injury. Experimental Neurology. 113208
Jergova S, Dugan E, Hernandez M, et al. (2019) (279) Management of SCI-Induced Chronic Pain in Rats: Intensive Locomotor Training and Recombinant GABAergic Cell Tranplants The Journal of Pain. 20: S44
Dugan EA, Sagen J. (2018) A Novel Affective-Motivational Based Overground System for Detecting Spinal Cord Injury- associated Thermal and Mechanical Hypersensitivity in Rats. European Journal of Pain (London, England)
Bareiss SK, Dugan E, Brewer KL. (2015) PI3K mediated activation of GSK-3β reduces at-level primary afferent growth responses associated with excitotoxic spinal cord injury dysesthesias. Molecular Pain. 11: 35
Dugan EA, Sagen J. (2015) An Intensive Locomotor Training Paradigm Improves Neuropathic Pain following Spinal Cord Compression Injury in Rats. Journal of Neurotrauma. 32: 622-32
Dugan EA, Shumsky JS. (2014) A combination therapy of neural and glial restricted precursor cells and chronic quipazine treatment paired with passive cycling promotes quipazine-induced stepping in adult spinalized rats. The Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine
Hayashi Y, Jacob-Vadakot S, Dugan EA, et al. (2010) 5-HT precursor loading, but not 5-HT receptor agonists, increases motor function after spinal cord contusion in adult rats. Experimental Neurology. 221: 68-78
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