BSc Hons Neuroscience, 2015 (Dalhousie University, Canada)
MSc Neurosciences, 2017 (Max Planck Institute for Experimental Medicine, University of Göttingen, Germany)
pain neurobiology, transcriptomics, bioinformatics
My current research focuses on the molecular profiling of murine DRG neurons in painful conditions.
I have a background in sensory physiology, having previously worked under Prof. Ian Meinertzhagen and Dr. Vic Rafuse at Dalhousie University (Halifax, CA). I completed my MSc at the Max Planck Institute for Experimental Medicine (Göttingen, DE) with Prof. Manuela Schmidt, and a DPhil at the University of Oxford with Prof. David Bennett and Dr. Giorgos Baskozos.
Medical Research Council
GTC MSDTC Scholarship
Nav1.7 is required for normal C-low threshold mechanoreceptor function in humans and mice
Middleton SJ. et al, (2021), Brain
Studying human nociceptors: from fundamentals to clinic
Middleton SJ. et al, (2021), Brain, 144, 1312 - 1335
Vti1b promotes TRPV1 sensitization during inflammatory pain.
Sondermann JR. et al, (2019), Pain, 160, 508 - 527
Proteome-based systems biology in chronic pain
Gomez-Varela D. et al, (2019), Journal of Proteomics, 190, 1 - 11
Region-Resolved Quantitative Proteome Profiling Reveals Molecular Dynamics Associated With Chronic Pain in the PNS and Spinal Cord
Barry AM. et al, (2018), Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience, 11