Matthew A. Howard

King's College London, London, UK 
Pain, MRI
"Matthew Howard"
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Howard MA, Lawn T, Kowalczyk OS. (2023) Harnessing the power of endogenous pain control mechanisms for novel therapeutics: how might innovations in neuroimaging help? Current Opinion in Supportive and Palliative Care
Lawn T, Howard MA, Turkheimer F, et al. (2023) From Neurotransmitters to Networks: Transcending Organisational Hierarchies with Molecular-informed Functional Imaging. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 105193
Lawn T, Martins D, O'Daly O, et al. (2023) The effects of propofol anaesthesia on molecular-enriched networks during resting-state and naturalistic listening. Neuroimage. 271: 120018
Vamvakas A, Lawn T, Veronese M, et al. (2022) Neurotransmitter receptor densities are associated with changes in regional Cerebral blood flow during clinical ongoing pain. Human Brain Mapping
Lawn T, Dipasquale O, Vamvakas A, et al. (2022) Differential contributions of serotonergic and dopaminergic functional connectivity to the phenomenology of LSD. Psychopharmacology
Lawn T, Rukavina K, Malcangio M, et al. (2022) Response to Mylius et al. Pain. 163: e495
Lawn T, Aman Y, Rukavina K, et al. (2020) Pain in the neurodegenerating brain: insights into pharmacotherapy for Alzheimer's Disease and Parkinson's Disease. Pain
Hohenschurz-Schmidt DJ, Calcagnini G, Dipasquale O, et al. (2020) Linking Pain Sensation to the Autonomic Nervous System: The Role of the Anterior Cingulate and Periaqueductal Gray Resting-State Networks. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 14: 147
Makovac E, Dipasquale O, Jackson JB, et al. (2020) Sustained perturbation in functional connectivity induced by cold pain. European Journal of Pain (London, England)
Martins DA, Mazibuko N, Zelaya F, et al. (2020) Effects of route of administration on oxytocin-induced changes in regional cerebral blood flow in humans. Nature Communications. 11: 1160
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