Marie Udnesseter Lie
- PhD student
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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
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.
Brain-specific genes contribute to chronic but not to acute back pain
Pain Rep, 7 (5), e1018
Low Back Pain With Persistent Radiculopathy; the Clinical Role of Genetic Variants in the Genes SOX5, CCDC26/GSDMC and DCC
Front Genet, 12, 757632
Can within-subject comparisons of thermal thresholds be used for diagnostic purposes?
Clin Neurophysiol Pract, 6, 63-71
The association between selected genetic variants and individual differences in experimental pain
Scand J Pain, 21 (1), 163-173
Predicting the outcome of persistent sciatica using conditioned pain modulation: 1-year results from a prospective cohort study
Scand J Pain, 20 (1), 69-75
Psychophysical or spinal reflex measures when assessing conditioned pain modulation?
Eur J Pain, 23 (10), 1879-1889
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