Alexandru D.P. Papoiu, MD, PhD

Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC, United States 
brain mapping, nanotechnology, dermatology, pruritus
"Alexandru D.P. Papoiu"
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Mochizuki H, Papoiu AD, Nattkemper LA, et al. (2015) Scratching Induces Overactivity in Motor-Related Regions and Reward System in Chronic Itch Patients. The Journal of Investigative Dermatology
Papoiu AD, Kraft RA, Coghill RC, et al. (2015) Butorphanol suppression of histamine itch is mediated by nucleus accumbens and septal nuclei: a pharmacological fMRI study. The Journal of Investigative Dermatology. 135: 560-8
Papoiu AD, Emerson NM, Patel TS, et al. (2014) Voxel-based morphometry and arterial spin labeling fMRI reveal neuropathic and neuroplastic features of brain processing of itch in end-stage renal disease. Journal of Neurophysiology. 112: 1729-38
Papoiu AD, Nattkemper LA, Sanders KM, et al. (2013) Brain's reward circuits mediate itch relief. a functional MRI study of active scratching. Plos One. 8: e82389
Papoiu AD, Valdes-Rodriguez R, Nattkemper LA, et al. (2013) A novel topical formulation containing strontium chloride significantly reduces the intensity and duration of cowhage-induced itch. Acta Dermato-Venereologica. 93: 520-6
Papoiu AD, Coghill RC, Kraft RA, et al. (2012) A tale of two itches. Common features and notable differences in brain activation evoked by cowhage and histamine induced itch. Neuroimage. 59: 3611-23
Papoiu AD, Tey HL, Coghill RC, et al. (2011) Cowhage-induced itch as an experimental model for pruritus. A comparative study with histamine-induced itch. Plos One. 6: e17786
Papoiu AD, Wang H, Coghill RC, et al. (2011) Contagious itch in humans: a study of visual 'transmission' of itch in atopic dermatitis and healthy subjects. The British Journal of Dermatology. 164: 1299-303
Papoiu AD, Yosipovitch G. (2010) Topical capsaicin. The fire of a 'hot' medicine is reignited. Expert Opinion On Pharmacotherapy. 11: 1359-71
Wang H, Papoiu AD, Coghill RC, et al. (2010) Ethnic differences in pain, itch and thermal detection in response to topical capsaicin: African Americans display a notably limited hyperalgesia and neurogenic inflammation. The British Journal of Dermatology. 162: 1023-9
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