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Pain avoidance in people with migraine
News

Pain Avoidance in People with Migraine

New research explores the behaviors and brain regions associated with avoidance of pain, including the role of pain coping.
AI-ECG
News

Modern Technology Applied to a Traditional Approach: A New Way to Assess Atrial Fibrillation Risk in Migraine Patients

A large study of 40,000 people with migraine shows that an artificial intelligence-enabled electrocardiogram predicts an increased risk of atrial fibrillation in patients with migraine with aura.
e-TNS for migraine treatment
Interviews

Making a Difference in Neurology and Headache Medicine with an Integrated Approach: An Interview with Deena Kuruvilla

Neurologist and headache specialist Deena Kuruvilla discusses her journey to headache medicine, her research, the benefits of non-pharmacological approaches for migraine, and much more.

Multimedia

Podcasts

The “Middle Child” of the Opioid Receptor Family: Targeting the Delta Opioid Receptor as a Promising Treatment Approach for Migraine – A Podcast with Amynah Pradhan

Neuroscientist Amynah Pradhan chats about the promise of targeting delta opioid receptors as a way to treat migraine safely and effectively, her recent work on neuronal complexity, and much more.
The prevalence of headache disorders
Data Visualizations

The Prevalence of Headache Disorders: A Data Visualization

This Migraine Science Collaborative data visualization depicts data from a recent study estimating the prevalence of headache disorders. It shows how prevalence varies across the lifespan, across men and women, and across different geographical regions. How different study methodological factors affect prevalence estimates is also shown.
Podcast with Gregory Dussor
Podcasts

Improving the Animal Models of Migraine: A Podcast with Gregory Dussor

Professor Gregory Dussor discusses his career path, his work to develop better animal models of migraine, what's going well in the migraine field – and what needs to get better.