PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROF. David Yarnitsky
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No of theses 25
Department Medicine
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Crystal Shoshana 2022 PhD Abstracts Predicting the Efficacy of Treatmant for Painful Diabetic Neuropathy by Pain Modulation Profile and Resting-State EEG
Kuperman Tzipora Miriam 2020 PhD Abstracts Research to Determine Acute Pain Impact on the Development of Chronic Pain: a Study of mTBI Post-Motor Vehicle Collision
Argaman Yuval 2019 PhD Exploring Neuroplasticity of the Pain Modulation System in Chronic Pain by TMS and Neuroimaging
Kisler Lee-Bareket 2018 PhD Abstracts Pain Neuromatrix: Pain Perception and Modulation in Migraine and the Effect and Prediction of Migraine Preventive Treatment
Honigman Liat 2018 PhD Abstracts Exploration of Pain Sensitivity Assessment: Assembling a Multi Dimensional Framework in the Research of Pain Modulation Profile
Nahman Averbuch Hadas 2015 PhD Abstracts Mechanisms of Pain Modulation in Healthy Humans: Physiological and Pharmacological Attributes
Moont Ruth 2012 PhD Abstracts 'Pain Inhibits Pain' Mechanism: is Pain Modulation Simply Due to Distraction?
Nir Rony-Reuven 2011 PhD Abstracts Psychophysics and Neurophysiology of Human Pain Modulation: From the Physical to the Cognitive Dimension
Lev Rina 2010 PhD Abstracts Dysexcitability of the Migrainous Brain: Functional Relationship between Somatosensory and Prefrontal Cortices
Crispel Yonatan 2009 PhD Abstracts Pre-Operative Psychophysical Testing of Pain Modulation for Prediction of Short and Long Term Post- Operative Pain after Thoracotomy
Weissman-Fogel Irit 2006 PhD Abstracts Pain Perception and Vagal Function in an Animal Model of Neuropathic Pain
Pud Dorit 2002 PhD Abstracts The Relationship between Sensitivity to Pain and Responsiveness to Analgesics to Personality Traits
Avnon Yehoudith 2002 PhD Abstracts The Parasympathetic System in Migraine
Granovsky Ilena 2000 PhD The P300 Wave and Pain Perception
Granot Michal 1998 PhD Psychophysical and Neurophysiological Characteristics of Dysmenorrheic Women
Zaslansky Ruth 1996 PhD Pain Evoked Potentials – What Do They Really Measure?
Shlemovich Jenny 2022 MSc Abstracts The Assessment of Motor Cortex Excitability among Chronic Post Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Patients With and Without Pain
Shefi Tom 2019 MSc Abstracts Pregabalin and Carbamazepine's Analgesic Effect Over Persistent Pain, in the Formalin Test
Marco Avihu 2019 MSc Abstracts Why Post mTBI Accident Acute Pain Turns Chronic? An EEG Research
Bar-Bachar Ofrit 2017 MSc Abstracts Intramuscular Stimulation for Myofascial Pain and its Effects on Peripheral and Central pain Modulation
Honigman Liat 2012 MSc Abstracts Inter-Relations between Offset Analgesia and Conditioned Pain Modulation
Nahman Averbuch Hadas 2009 MSc Abstracts Pain Processing and its Relation to Autonomic Function in Chemotherapy Induced Polyneuropathy Patients
Sedan Oshra 2003 MSc Abstracts Vagal Afferents from the Stomach and Pain Perception
Weissman-Fogel Irit 2001 MSc Pain Perception in Migraineurs
Presser Moshe 1997 MSc The Effect of Tens Treatment on Pain Produced by the Conduct of Epidural Steroid Injections