Marie Udnesseter Lie

  • PhD student
  • +47 22 11 77 68

Background: Physiotherapist

Research Project: Akutt Rygg, All-In

Main supervisor: Kristian Bernhard Nilsen

Co supervisor: Dagfinn Matre, Bendik Winsvold, John-Anker Zwart

Methodology and interests: Pain physiology, genetics and back pain

Publications: 
Lie, M. U., Matre, D., Hansson, P., Stubhaug, A., Zwart, J. A., Nilsen, K. B. (2017). A tonic heat test stimulus yields a larger and more reliable conditioned pain modulation effect compared to a phasic heat test stimulus. Pain Reports 2, e626.

 

Publications 2019

Fjeld OR, Grotle M, Matre D, Pedersen LM, Lie MU, Småstuen MC, Storheim K, Heuch I, Stubhaug A, Zwart JA, Nilsen KB (2019)
Predicting the outcome of persistent sciatica using conditioned pain modulation: 1-year results from a prospective cohort study
Scand J Pain (in press)
DOI 10.1515/sjpain-2019-0112, PubMed 31527299

Lie MU, Petriu E, Matre D, Hansson P, Andersen OK, Zwart JA, Nilsen KB (2019)
Psychophysical or spinal reflex measures when assessing conditioned pain modulation?
Eur J Pain, 23 (10), 1879-1889
DOI 10.1002/ejp.1462, PubMed 31359580

Publications 2017

Lie MU, Matre D, Hansson P, Stubhaug A, Zwart JA, Nilsen KB (2017)
A tonic heat test stimulus yields a larger and more reliable conditioned pain modulation effect compared to a phasic heat test stimulus
Pain Rep, 2 (6), e626
DOI 10.1097/PR9.0000000000000626, PubMed 29392240

Page visits: 146