Varying Perceived Social Threat Modulates Pain Behavior in Male Mice
Journal of Pain
This is a truly collaborative paper, with one of my former senior thesis students (Alex Tuttle '08) and one of Mogil's graduate students (Langford) sharing first authorship. Some of the research was carried out in our lab, some was carried out in Mogil's lab at McGill. Illustrating the preparation that my lab provides to prospective research scientists, Tuttle is now a graduate student in Mogil's lab pursuing a PhD in neuroscience, being trained by one of the finest pain labs in the world. --author-supplied description
Langford DJ, Tuttle AH, Briscoe C, Harvey-Lewis C, Baran I, Gleeson P, Fischer DB, Buonora M, Sternberg WF, Mogil JS (2011). Varying perceived social threat modulates pain behavior in male mice. Journal of Pain, 12(1), 125-132.