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PACAP Goes Its Own Way in Migraine

April 28, 2022
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A new study reports that the PACAP signaling pathway is independent from the CGRP pathway, confirming the promise of PACAP as a drug target for migraine treatment.

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Researchers Discover New Genetic Variants for Migraine

May 4, 2022
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The largest genome-wide association study so far reveals new variants associated with migraine risk, including variants linked to specific migraine subtypes.

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

May 11, 2022
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Anne-Maree Kelly discusses her journey to emergency medicine and the challenges of managing migraine and other headache disorders in an emergency department setting.

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Are Schwann Cells the Bad Guys of Migraine Pain?

May 18, 2022
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New findings in mice show that CGRP activates Schwann cells to sensitize trigeminal neurons, leading to migraine-like pain.

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Young Investigator Spotlight on Hadas Nahman-Averbuch: A Lifespan Approach to Preventing Migraine

May 23, 2022
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In this interview, Professor Nahman-Averbuch discusses her work, what it’s like to launch a new lab, and her advice for young investigators.

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Adverse Childhood Experiences Increase the Risk of Migraine in Adolescents

May 26, 2022
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A new prospective study documents a direct relationship between ACEs and migraine, independent of depression or anxiety.

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Location, Location, Location: Finding the Way to the Cell Types and Genes That Contribute to Migraine

June 1, 2022
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A new trigeminal ganglia cell atlas in mice and people highlights the multiple cell types – both neuronal and non-neuronal – that are involved in migraine. The findings hold promise for the development of new migraine treatments.

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Advocating for Migraine Research, Overcoming Stigma, and Improving Treatment: A Chat with Robert Shapiro

June 8, 2022
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Dr. Shapiro discusses how he got into migraine research, the problems of migraine stigma and research underfunding, the use of CGRP drugs, and, interestingly, why migraine may actually be protective against COVID.

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

June 15, 2022
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New research extends upon the Global Burden of Disease study, finding that the prevalence of migraine has increased over time.

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A Drug That Boosts Naturally Occurring Opioids Eases Migraine Pain in an Animal Model

June 22, 2022
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PL37, which inhibits the enzymes that degrade enkephalins, reduces migraine pain in rats.

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Tying the Research Together to Understand Migraine: An Interview with Gretchen Tietjen

June 29, 2022
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Dr. Tietjen, a headache medicine and vascular neurology expert, discusses her career path, the overlaps between migraine and stroke, her most surprising findings, and much more.

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New Links Between Blood Proteins and Migraine

July 13, 2022
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A genetic study reveals that five of the proteins show a causal relationship with migraine risk.

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