Location

Rochester, Minnesota Clinical Profile

Summary

I have been interested in long-term prospective and retrospective studies to define the characteristics of chronic daily headache in children. The a priori hypothesis is that childhood chronic daily headache syndrome is really a multiple symptom complex that includes more than just the headache symptoms. In order to effectively treat chronic daily headache, one needs to identify and address the symptoms of sleep dysfunction, problems with mood and anxiety, as well as other medical complaints.

Recent Publications

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Professional Details

Primary Appointment

  1. Neurology

Academic Rank

  1. Professor of Neurology
  2. Professor of Pediatrics

Education

  1. Fellow - Child Neurology Washington University
  2. Resident - Neurology Washington University
  3. Resident - Pediatrics Washington University
  4. Internship Washington University
  5. MD/PhD - Ph.D. Thesis: Kappa opioid binding characteristics in rat central nervous system homogenates(James A. Weyhenmeyer, Ph.D., Thesis Advisor) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  6. BS - Honors Biology University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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BIO-00027991

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