Patrick D. Wall

Affiliations: 
University College London, London, United Kingdom 
Area:
Pain, neuropathology, neuroplasticity
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Martin Koltzenburg research assistant UCL
Eberhard E. Fetz grad student UCL
Maria Fitzgerald grad student UCL
Lorne M. Mendell grad student MIT
Eugene G. Merrill grad student MIT
Stephen G. Waxman grad student UCL
John A. Freeman grad student 1967 MIT
Allan I. Basbaum post-doc UCL
Terence J. Coderre post-doc UCL
Marshall Devor post-doc Hebrew University
Stephen McMahon post-doc UCL
Clifford Woolf post-doc UCL
Tony Yaksh post-doc UCL
Ronald Dubner post-doc 1970-1971 UCL
Michael J. Gutnick post-doc 1972-1973 Hebrew University
Jonathan O. Dostrovsky post-doc 1974-1976
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McCabe CS, Haigh RC, Ring EF, et al. (2003) A controlled pilot study of the utility of mirror visual feedback in the treatment of complex regional pain syndrome (type 1). Rheumatology (Oxford, England). 42: 97-101
Melzack R, Wall PD. (2003) Handbook of Pain Management: A Clinical Companion to Textbook of Pain Handbook of Pain Management: a Clinical Companion to Textbook of Pain. 1-753
Wall PD, Kerr BJ, Ramer MS. (2002) Primary afferent input to and receptive field properties of cells in rat lumbar area X. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 449: 298-306
Wall PD. (2001) Re.: A pair of publications. Pain. 93: 197-8
Liu CN, Wall PD, Ben-Dor E, et al. (2000) Tactile allodynia in the absence of C-fiber activation: altered firing properties of DRG neurons following spinal nerve injury. Pain. 85: 503-21
Wall PD, Lidierth M, Hillman P. (1999) Brief and prolonged effects of Lissauer tract stimulation on dorsal horn cells. Pain. 83: 579-89
Koltzenburg M, Wall PD, McMahon SB. (1999) Does the right side know what the left is doing? Trends in Neurosciences. 22: 122-7
Tal M, Wall PD, Devor M. (1999) Myelinated afferent fiber types that become spontaneously active and mechanosensitive following nerve transection in the rat. Brain Research. 824: 218-23
Lidierth M, Wall PD. (1998) Dorsal horn cells connected to the lissauer tract and their relation to the dorsal root potential in the rat. Journal of Neurophysiology. 80: 667-79
Wall PD. (1997) The generation of yet another myth on the use of narcotics. Pain. 73: 121-2
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