Maria Fitzgerald

University College London, London, United Kingdom 
pain, development
"Maria Fitzgerald"
Mean distance: 13.62 (cluster 17)


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Simon Beggs grad student
Andréa Hantjis grad student UCL
Stephanie C. Koch grad student UCL
Lindsay R. Bremner grad student 2003-2007 UCL
Laura Cornelissen grad student 2006-2011 UCL
Mark Baccei post-doc UCL
Gareth J. Hathway post-doc University College London
Charlie Kwok post-doc 2014-2016


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Clifford Woolf collaborator UCL
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van den Hoogen NJ, Patijn J, Tibboel D, et al. (2018) Repeated touch and needle prick stimulation in the neonatal period increases the baseline mechanical sensitivity and post-injury hypersensitivity of adult spinal sensory neurons. Pain
Fabrizi L, Verriotis M, Williams G, et al. (2016) Encoding of mechanical nociception differs in the adult and infant brain. Scientific Reports. 6: 28642
Pillai Riddell R, Fitzgerald M, Slater R, et al. (2016) Using only behaviours to assess infant pain: a painful compromise? Pain
Chang PS, Walker SM, Fitzgerald M. (2016) Differential Suppression of Spontaneous and Noxious-evoked Somatosensory Cortical Activity by Isoflurane in the Neonatal Rat. Anesthesiology
Schwaller F, Kwok C, Fitzgerald M. (2015) Postnatal maturation of the spinal-bulbo-spinal loop: brainstem control of spinal nociception is independent of sensory input in neonatal rats. Pain
Fitzgerald M. (2015) What do we really know about newborn infant pain? Experimental Physiology
Fitzgerald M, McKelvey R. (2015) Nerve injury and neuropathic pain - A question of age. Experimental Neurology
Walker SM, Fitzgerald M, Hathway GJ. (2015) Surgical injury in the neonatal rat alters the adult pattern of descending modulation from the rostroventral medulla. Anesthesiology. 122: 1391-400
McKelvey R, Berta T, Old E, et al. (2015) Neuropathic pain is constitutively suppressed in early life by anti-inflammatory neuroimmune regulation. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 35: 457-66
Williams G, Fabrizi L, Meek J, et al. (2015) Functional magnetic resonance imaging can be used to explore tactile and nociceptive processing in the infant brain. Acta Paediatrica (Oslo, Norway : 1992). 104: 158-66
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