Cell Biology and Physiology


University of Kansas Medical Center


United States

Professor Julie A. Christianson


Dr. Christianson is a Professor of Cell Biology and Physiology at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Her NIH-funded research is focused on understanding the influence of early life experience on the development of comorbid pain, mood, and metabolic disorders later in life. She is currently investigating both pharmacological and lifestyle interventions as a means for improving outcomes related to early life stress in a mouse model of neonatal maternal separation. She has published numerous primary and review articles on the influence of stress on pelvic pain and has been featured as an expert on chronic pelvic pain on the Pain Research Forum and Relief websites. Dr. Christianson has also received several local awards for her excellence in research and scientific outreach.


Thursday, September 22, 2022

10:45am EDT12:15pm EDT

2022 Genes, Environments and Development in Pain: Crossing the Translational Divide

Tracks: Basic Science
Categories: Topical Workshop
Room: 715 A

How do genetic and environmental factors influence pain in early life and in turn influence pain experience in adulthood? Exposure…