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  • Yalun Tan

    Yalun Tan

    Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine

    Bio As a postdoctoral fellow in Dr. Gary Peltz?s lab, my project is focused on identifying and characterizing genetic factors affecting responses to drug of abuse. As a doctoral student, I used a multidisciplinary (neuroanatomical, physiological and behavioral) approach when I studied the effect of neuropeptide signaling on social behaviors. Now, as a postdoctoral trainee, I have acquired experience with transcriptomic and epigenetic methods for studying complex biologic processes. Therefore, I can utilize state-of-the art genetic, molecular and behavioral paradigms for characterizing genetic factors affecting responses to drugs of abuse, and for identifying potential new preventative treatments for drug addiction.

  • Inge Timmers

    Inge Timmers

    Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine

    Current Research and Scholarly Interests My main research interests include (pediatric) chronic pain, psychosocial and sensory aspects of (chronic) pain, and pain rehabilitation. My main focus is on using neuroimaging techniques -both functional and structural MRI- combined with self-reports and sensory testing to unravel underlying mechanisms of pain rehabilitation treatment. I am interested both in adult chronic pain, as well as pediatric chronic pain and parental influences on treatment responses.

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