Gareth J. Hathway

Affiliations: 
Life Sciences University of Nottingham, Nottingham, England, United Kingdom 
Google:
"Gareth Hathway"
Mean distance: (not calculated yet)
 

Children

Sign in to add trainee
Suvik Assaw grad student
Andrew Cooper grad student
Adrian Haywood grad student
Amer Imraish grad student
Pongsatorn Meesawatsom grad student
James Spalton grad student
Charlie Kwok grad student 2010-2014 Nottingham
Charles M. Greenspon grad student 2014-2018 Nottingham
Jonathan Patrick post-doc Nottingham
BETA: Related publications

Publications

You can help our author matching system! If you notice any publications incorrectly attributed to this author, please sign in and mark matches as correct or incorrect.

Cooper AH, Hanmer JM, Chapman V, et al. (2020) Neonatal complete Freund's adjuvant-induced inflammation does not induce or alter hyperalgesic priming or alter adult distributions of C-fibre dorsal horn innervation. Pain Reports. 5: e872
Freitas ACN, Pacheco DF, Lemos VS, et al. (2020) Unveiling the activities of PNPP-19, a toxin-derived synthetic peptide Toxicon. 182
Battell E, Hathway GJ. (2019) Pain relief in children and adolescents. Pain. 160: 1687-1688
Battell E, Hathway GJ. (2019) Pain relief in children and adolescents. Pain
Battell EE, Lillywhite A, Hathway GJ. (2019) The changing role of descending control of spinal nociception over postnatal development Current Opinion in Physiology. 11: 93-96
Gursul D, Goksan S, Hartley C, et al. (2018) Stroking modulates noxious-evoked brain activity in human infants. Current Biology : Cb. 28: R1380-R1381
Greenspon CM, Battell EE, Devonshire IM, et al. (2018) Lamina-specific population encoding of cutaneous signals in the spinal dorsal horn using multi-electrode arrays. The Journal of Physiology
Goksan S, Baxter L, Moultrie F, et al. (2018) The influence of the descending pain modulatory system on infant pain-related brain activity. Elife. 7
Haywood AR, Hathway GJ, Chapman V. (2018) Differential contributions of peripheral and central mechanisms to pain in a rodent model of osteoarthritis. Scientific Reports. 8: 7122
Freitas ACN, Peigneur S, Macedo FHP, et al. (2018) The Peptide PnPP-19, a Spider Toxin Derivative, Activates μ-Opioid Receptors and Modulates Calcium Channels. Toxins. 10
See more...