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Inspired, not taught...

Research interests

We seek to define traffic patterns between brain networks underlying sensory experiences 


Our research transcends the textbook drawings of static, Cartesian neuroanatomical wiring


Our research team at Cleveland Clinic, Case Western Reserve University, and Brown University use electrophysiological, optogenetic and computational techniques to identify objective biosignatures of pain across species

As part of a multi-PI collaboration with Brown University, we're building new technologies and platforms that will lead to new insights into network dynamics giving rise to sensory perception in health and disease, as well as more effective treatment and diagnosis of debilitating pain

Working in coordination with PIs at Case Western Reserve University, we aim to bring new tools and models to study molecular, cellular, and functional interactions across systems responsible for neural control of the ocular surface and examine how they change under different inflammatory and pain conditions. 

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