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Jennifer I. Stern, M.D., primarily focuses on ways to improve the care and outcomes of people with headache and facial pain. She is involved in studies investigating therapies for headache care, as well as studies investigating health care delivery for patients with headache disorders. In addition, she works with colleagues specializing in endocrinology to investigate the molecular mechanisms of skeletal muscle atrophy, a poorly understood condition that affects many people.
The overall goal of Dr. Stern's headache research is to help generate new therapies, techniques and care models to improve pain and quality of life for people with headache and facial pain. She hopes that her work related to muscle atrophy can help people stay safer.
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