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    Sarah Woller

    TitlePostdoctoral Scholar
    SchoolUniversity of California, San Diego
    DepartmentAnesthesiology
    Address9500 Gilman Drive #0818
    CA La Jolla 92093
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      1. Tony L. Yaksh, Roshni Ramachandran, Sarah A. Woller. Principles and Practice of Pain Medicine. Zahid H Bajwa, R. Joshua Wootton, and Carol A. Warfield. Molecular Biology of Pain. 2017; 2-15.
      2. Hook MA, Woller S, Bancroft E, Aceves M, Funk MK, Hartman J, Garraway SM. Neurobiological Effects of Morphine after Spinal Cord Injury. J Neurotrauma. 2017 Feb; 34(3):632-644. PMID: 27762659.
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      3. Woller S, Ravula SB, Tucci FC, Beaton G, Corr M, Isseroff RR, Soulika AM, Chigbrow M, Eddinger KA, Yaksh TL. Systemic TAK-242 prevents intrathecal LPS evoked hyperalgesia in male, but not female mice and prevents delayed allodynia following intraplantar formalin in both male and female mice: The role of TLR4 in the evolution of a persistent pain state. Brain Behav Immun. 2016 Aug; 56:271-80. PMID: 27044335; PMCID: PMC4917460 [Available on 08/01/17].
      4. Park HJ, Sandor K, McQueen J, Woller S, Svensson CI, Corr M, Yaksh TL. The effect of gabapentin and ketorolac on allodynia and conditioned place preference in antibody-induced inflammation. Eur J Pain. 2016 Jul; 20(6):917-25. PMID: 26517300.
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      5. Maldonado-Bouchard S, Peters K, Woller S, Madahian B, Faghihi U, Patel S, Bake S, Hook MA. Inflammation is increased with anxiety- and depression-like signs in a rat model of spinal cord injury. Brain Behav Immun. 2016 Jan; 51:176-95. PMID: 26296565.
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      6. Yaksh TL, Woller S, Ramachandran R, Sorkin LS. The search for novel analgesics: targets and mechanisms. F1000Prime Rep. 2015; 7:56. PMID: 26097729; PMCID: PMC4447049.
      7. Woller S, Corr M, Yaksh TL. Differences in cisplatin-induced mechanical allodynia in male and female mice. Eur J Pain. 2015 Nov; 19(10):1476-85. PMID: 25716290; PMCID: PMC4755718.
      8. Strickland ER, Woller S, Garraway SM, Hook MA, Grau JW, Miranda RC. Regulatory effects of intermittent noxious stimulation on spinal cord injury-sensitive microRNAs and their presumptive targets following spinal cord contusion. Front Neural Circuits. 2014; 8:117. PMID: 25278846; PMCID: PMC4166958.
      9. Garraway SM, Woller S, Huie JR, Hartman JJ, Hook MA, Miranda RC, Huang YJ, Ferguson AR, Grau JW. Peripheral noxious stimulation reduces withdrawal threshold to mechanical stimuli after spinal cord injury: role of tumor necrosis factor alpha and apoptosis. Pain. 2014 Nov; 155(11):2344-59. PMID: 25180012; PMCID: PMC4253555.
      10. Woller S, Malik JS, Aceves M, Hook MA. Morphine self-administration following spinal cord injury. J Neurotrauma. 2014 Sep 15; 31(18):1570-83. PMID: 24827476; PMCID: PMC4161170.
      11. Strickland ER, Woller S, Hook MA, Grau JW, Miranda RC. The association between spinal cord trauma-sensitive miRNAs and pain sensitivity, and their regulation by morphine. Neurochem Int. 2014 Nov; 77:40-9. PMID: 24867772; PMCID: PMC4177361.
      12. Luedtke K, Bouchard SM, Woller S, Funk MK, Aceves M, Hook MA. Assessment of depression in a rodent model of spinal cord injury. J Neurotrauma. 2014 Jun 15; 31(12):1107-21. PMID: 24564232; PMCID: PMC4062114.
      13. Woller S, Hook MA. Opioid administration following spinal cord injury: implications for pain and locomotor recovery. Exp Neurol. 2013 Sep; 247:328-41. PMID: 23501709; PMCID: PMC3742731.
      14. Baumbauer KM, Lee KH, Puga DA, Woller S, Hughes AJ, Grau JW. Temporal regularity determines the impact of electrical stimulation on tactile reactivity and response to capsaicin in spinally transected rats. Neuroscience. 2012 Dec 27; 227:119-33. PMID: 23036621; PMCID: PMC4458372.
      15. Woller S, Moreno GL, Hart N, Wellman PJ, Grau JW, Hook MA. Analgesia or addiction?: implications for morphine use after spinal cord injury. J Neurotrauma. 2012 May 20; 29(8):1650-62. PMID: 22214368; PMCID: PMC3353755.
      16. Garraway SM, Turtle JD, Huie JR, Lee KH, Hook MA, Woller S, Grau JW. Intermittent noxious stimulation following spinal cord contusion injury impairs locomotor recovery and reduces spinal brain-derived neurotrophic factor-tropomyosin-receptor kinase signaling in adult rats. Neuroscience. 2011 Dec 29; 199:86-102. PMID: 22027236; PMCID: PMC3237800.
      17. Brown AK, Woller S, Moreno G, Grau JW, Hook MA. Exercise therapy and recovery after SCI: evidence that shows early intervention improves recovery of function. Spinal Cord. 2011 May; 49(5):623-8. PMID: 21242998; PMCID: PMC3230555.
      18. Hook MA, Washburn SN, Moreno G, Woller S, Puga D, Lee KH, Grau JW. An IL-1 receptor antagonist blocks a morphine-induced attenuation of locomotor recovery after spinal cord injury. Brain Behav Immun. 2011 Feb; 25(2):349-59. PMID: 20974246; PMCID: PMC3025088.
      19. Hook MA, Moreno G, Woller S, Puga D, Hoy K, Balden R, Grau JW. Intrathecal morphine attenuates recovery of function after a spinal cord injury. J Neurotrauma. 2009 May; 26(5):741-52. PMID: 19388818; PMCID: PMC2800819.
      20. Baumbauer KM, Hoy KC, Huie JR, Hughes AJ, Woller S, Puga DA, Setlow B, Grau JW. Timing in the absence of supraspinal input I: variable, but not fixed, spaced stimulation of the sciatic nerve undermines spinally-mediated instrumental learning. Neuroscience. 2008 Sep 09; 155(4):1030-47. PMID: 18674601; PMCID: PMC2633135.
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