Anna K. Clark

King's College London, United Kingdom


Anna K. Clark received the B.Sc. degree in pharmacology from University College London and then conducted her pre-doctoral work at King’s College London with a focus on the involvement of non-neuronal cells in spinal mechanisms of pain transmission. She received the Ph.D. degree in neuroscience from the University of London in 2007, undertook post-doctoral work in the Wolfson Center for Age-Related Diseases, King’s College London, and is currently a visiting scientist at the Centre for Brain Research in Vienna, Austria. She has contributed to a number of seminal publications regarding the involvement of spinal microglial cells in chronic pain mechanisms and has been awarded the prestigious Ronald Dubner Research Prize from the International Association for the study of Pain in 2010.

Biography Updated on 4 October 2012

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