Join Christine Sieberg during her talk at the Salary Equity Symposium at Harvard Medical School on March 3rd!
Congratulations to Molly Basch and Pearl Kim for being chosen for the Young Investigator Travel Award from the American Pain Society!
Christine Sieberg, Micah Ludwig, Andrew Becker, and Connie Hsu had poster abstracts accepted for presentation at the Society of Pediatric Psychology's Annual Conference. In addition, Laura Simons had a symposium accepted for this conference titled Breaking the fear cycle: Exposure treatment for children with chronic pain. This symposium was co-authored by BPP lab members Allison Smith, Molly Basch, and Micah Ludwig. Lastly, Christine Sieberg will serve as a Discussant for a presentation on Young Adult Interventions during the Adolescent and Young Adult Special Interest Group. Join them all April 14-16 in Atlanta, GA!
Molly Basch, Pearl Kim, Emily Broman, and Sarah Perlo had poster abstracts accepted for presentation at the American Pain Society's 35th Annual Scientific Meeting. Also, Christine Sieberg had a symposium accepted for this conference titled When the Pain Really is in Your Head: Phenotyping, Treating, and Modeling Centralized Pain. Look for them May 11-14 in Austin, TX!
Congratulations to Laura Simons for receiving an R01 from NIH titled Fear Learning in adolescents with chronic pain: Neural and behavioral mechanisms!
The BPP lab welcomes several new student members for the 2015-2016 school year: Andrew Becker, Micah Ludwig, Emily Broman, Pearl Kim, Cindy Wong, Alina Agamov, SungJun Son, Katelyn Dealmeida, and Marquis Little. Check out Christine Sieberg and Laura Simons' webpage to find out more about these students!
Laura Simons' Pediatric Pain Screening Tool (PPST) gets featured in this month's Boston Children's Hospital Pediatric Dose Clinical Health Blog. Check out the story here!
Congratulations to Laura Simons for receiving the Deborah Munroe Noonan Memorial Research grant! This grant will fund the GET Living treatment intervention study for the 2015-2016 year.
Congratulations to our PAIN Group collaborators on receiving an R01 from NIH titled Central and Peripheral Measures of Pain: Recovery and Resistance!
Congratulations to Maya Hernandez for being chosen for the Young Investigator Travel Award from the American Pain Society!
Erika Chow, Domenic Filingeri, Abraham Ichinoe, Jessica Laplante, John Polites, Aquina Wihak, and Rainy Zhang submitted their theses for fulfillment of their Master of Science degree at Boston University School of Medicine.
Christine Sieberg will be presenting a poster at the 10th International Symposium on Pediatric Pain. The poster is co-authored with BPP lab members Allison Smith and Juliana Manganella. Look for her May 31-June 4 in Seattle!
Christine Sieberg will be chairing a symposium at the Society of Pediatric Psychology's Annual Conference in San Diego titled Translational Research in Pediatric Psychology: From Animals to Application. Dr. Sieberg's individual talk as part of the symposium is titled Defining an Animal Model of Gene and Environment Interactions in Pediatric Persistent Postsurgical Pain, co-authored with BPP lab members Juliana Manganella and John Polites.
Laura Simons was invited to be a speaker at 2015 Pain South African Congress! Look for her May 22-24 in Gauteng, South Africa.
Molly Basch and Erika Chow had a joint poster abstract accepted for presentation at the 10th International Symposium on Pediatric Pain. Join Molly in Seattle, WA on May 31-June 4!
Molly Basch, Erika Chow, and Rainy Zhang had poster abstracts accepted for presentation at the Society of Pediatric Psychology's Annual Conference. Join them April 16-18 in San Diego, CA!
Rainy Zhang and Maya Hernandez had poster abstracts accepted for presentation at the American Pain Society's 34th Annual Scientific Meeting. Look for them May 13-16 in Palm Springs, CA!