This is a "connection" page, showing publications co-authored by Douglas Ririe and Thomas Martin.
Ririe DG, Eisenach JC, Martin TJ. A Painful Beginning: Early Life Surgery Produces Long-Term Behavioral Disruption in the Rat. Front Behav Neurosci. 2021; 15:630889.
Ririe DG, Boada MD, MacGregor MK, Martin SJ, Strassburg TJ, Kim SA, Eisenach JC, Martin TJ. Incisional Nociceptive Input Impairs Attention-related Behavior and Is Associated with Reduced Neuronal Activity in the Prefrontal Cortex in Rats. Anesthesiology. 2018 10; 129(4):778-790.
Ririe DG, Boada MD, Schmidt BS, Martin SJ, Kim SA, Martin TJ. Audiovisual Distraction Increases Prefrontal Cortical Neuronal Activity and Impairs Attentional Performance in the Rat. J Exp Neurosci. 2017; 11:1179069517703080.
Emerick TD, Martin TJ, Ririe DG. Perioperative Considerations for Patients Exposed to Psychostimulants. Anesth Analg. 2023 Sep 01; 137(3):474-487.
Boada MD, Martin TJ, Parker R, Houle TT, Eisenach JC, Ririe DG. Recovery from nerve injury induced behavioral hypersensitivity in rats parallels resolution of abnormal primary sensory afferent signaling. Pain. 2020 05; 161(5):949-959.
Boada MD, Ririe DG, Martin CW, Martin SJ, Kim SA, Eisenach JC, Martin TJ. Nociceptive input after peripheral nerve injury results in cognitive impairment and alterations in primary afferent physiology in rats. Pain. 2020 05; 161(5):960-969.
Martin TJ, Strassburg TJ, Grigg AL, Kim SA, Ririe DG, Eisenach JC. Assessment of Behavioral Disruption in Rats with Abdominal Inflammation Using Visual Cue Titration and the Five-choice Serial-reaction Time Task. Anesthesiology. 2017 08; 127(2):372-381.
Boada MD, Martin TJ, Ririe DG. Nerve injury induced activation of fast-conducting high threshold mechanoreceptors predicts non-reflexive pain related behavior. Neurosci Lett. 2016 Oct 06; 632:44-9.
Martin TJ, Grigg A, Kim SA, Ririe DG, Eisenach JC. Assessment of attention threshold in rats by titration of visual cue duration during the five choice serial reaction time task. J Neurosci Methods. 2015 Feb 15; 241:37-43.
Boada DM, Martin TJ, Peters CM, Hayashida K, Harris MH, Houle TT, Boyden ES, Eisenach JC, Ririe DG. Fast-conducting mechanoreceptors contribute to withdrawal behavior in normal and nerve injured rats. Pain. 2014 Dec; 155(12):2646-2655.