Posts by Lincoln Tracy

Pain avoidance in people with migraine

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.
e-TNS for migraine treatment

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.
Shivang Joshi

From Pharmacy to Neurology, the Art of Headache Medicine, and the Importance of Mentorship: A Chat with Shivang Joshi

Neurologist Shivang Joshi discusses his path from pharmacology to neurology, the art of headache medicine, his passion for educating and mentoring the next generation of neurologists and headache specialists, and much more.
Interview with Nasim Maleki

When the System Is Disrupted, a Better Understanding of Migraine Emerges: An Interview with Nasim Maleki

Professor Maleki discusses her path from medical physics to migraine research, the importance of studying migraine during transitional periods, her work exploring sex differences in migraine, and more.
Migraine prevalence

One in Two People Experience a Headache Disorder, an Updated Review Reports

New research extends upon the Global Burden of Disease study, finding that the prevalence of migraine has increased over time.
Migraine in the Emergency Department Setting: A Chat With Anne-Maree Kelly

Migraine in the Emergency Department Setting: A Chat With Anne-Maree Kelly

Anne-Maree Kelly discusses her journey to emergency medicine and the challenges of managing migraine and other headache disorders in an emergency department setting.
Migraine GWAS

Researchers Discover New Genetic Variants for Migraine

The largest genome-wide association study so far reveals new variants associated with migraine risk, including variants linked to specific migraine subtypes.
Lincoln Tracy

Dr. Lincoln Tracy is a researcher and freelance writer from Melbourne, Australia. As a researcher, he uses data from an international clinical quality registry to explore burn injuries in Australia and New Zealand. As a freelance writer, he turns basic, translational, and clinical research into high-quality news, features, interviews, meeting reports, and podcasts. As a person, he is one half of one of two sets of twins in his family. Follow him on Twitter @lincolntracy.