Charles Warwick, University of Pittsburgh, USA
Dr. Charles Warwick received his B.S. in Biology from Iowa State University and his Ph.D in Pharmacology from the University of Iowa. His thesis work determined the role of complement component C5a in nociceptive sensitization which demonstrated the cellular and molecular mechanisms of this novel neuro-immune interaction. He then joined the Pittsburgh Center for Pain Research as a postdoc in the Ross and Koerber Labs where he developed a method for the functional and pharmacologic identification of sensory neurons. He is now a Research Assistant Professor studying cutaneous primary afferents and the spinal circuits of somatosensation which arise from these inputs.
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