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Oleg Lobanov, MD, PhD



Matriculated: 2007

Graduate Program: Neuroscience

Education:

B.S. (Biology), 2007, The University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX
B.S. (Chemistry), 2007, The University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX
Ph.D. (Neuroscience), 2012, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC
M.D., 2014, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC

Research:
Brain mechanisms supporting top-down attention to painful stimuli, as well as construction of expectations of pain. Laboratory of Dr. Robert Coghill.

Presentations:
Lobanov O.V., Peng Y.B. Differential Contribution of Electrically-Evoked Dorsal Root Reflex To Peripheral Vasodilatation and Plasma Extravasation. In: 36th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience; 2006 October 14-18; Atlanta (USA).

Lobanov O.V., Quevedo A.S., Kraft R.A., Coghill R.C. Brain mechanisms supporting attention to sensory features of pain. In: 16th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping; 2010 June 6-10; Barcelona (Spain). 2010; ():1431.

Lobanov O.V., Quevedo A.S., Hadsel M.S., Kraft R.A., Coghill R.C. Brain mechanisms engaged by discrimination of sensory features of pain. In: Abstracts of the 13th World Congress on Pain; 2010 Aug 29 - Sept 2; Montreal, Quebec (Canada). 2010; ():abstr 237.

Steen M.R., Hayasaka S., Lobanov O.V., Laurienti P.J., Coghill R.C. Individual differences in brain networks during pain processing: a method for assessing modularity. In: Human Brain Mapping 17th Annual Meeting Abstracts; 2011 June 26-30; Quebec City (Canada). 2011;():774.

Lobanov O.V., Zeidan F., Kraft R.A., Coghill R.C. Brain mechanisms engaged by expectation of pain: common patterns of activity from cues of different modalities. In: Abstracts of the 14th World Congress on Pain; 2012 Aug 27 – Aug 31; Milan (Italy). 2012; ():abstr 307.

Emerson N.M., Hadsel M.S., Lobanov O.V., Martucci K.T., Quevedo A.S., Starr C.J., Zeidan F., Hanman-Averbuch H., Weissman-Fogel I., Granovsky Y., Coghill R.C. Pain sensitivity is inversely related to grey matter volume in brain areas associated with the default mode network. In: Abstracts of the 14th World Congress on Pain; 2012 Aug 27-31; Milan (Italy). 2013;():PH 301

Zeidan F., Lobanov O.V., Kraft R.A., Coghill R.C. Brain mechanisms evaluating the discordance between expected and experienced pain [abstract]. In: Abstracts of the 14th World Congress on Pain; 2012 Aug 27-31; Milan (Italy). 2013;():PT 502.

Publications:
Lobanov O.V., Peng Y.B. Differential contribution of electrically evoked dorsal root reflexes to peripheral vasodilatation and plasma extravasation. J Neuroinflammation. 2011; 8:20.

Lobanov O.V., Quevedo A.S., Hadsel M.S., Kraft R.A., Coghill R.C. Frontoparietal mechanisms supporting attention to location and intensity of painful stimuli. PAIN. 2013; 154:9.

Lobanov O.V., Zeidan F., McHaffie J.G., Kraft R.A., Coghill R.C. From cue to meaning: Brain mechanisms supporting the construction of expectations of pain. PAIN. 2014; 155:1.

Emerson N.M., Zeidan F., Lobanov O.V., Hadsel M.S., Martucci K.T., Quevedo A.S., Starr C.J., Nahman-Averbuch H., Weisman-Fogel I., Granovsky Y., Yarnitsky D., Coghill R.C. Pain Sensitivity is Inversely Related to Regional Grey Matter Density in the Brain. PAIN. 2013 (Epub ahead of print).

Honors and Awards:
UT Arlington Academic Achievement Scholarship
The William L. and Martha Hughes Award for the Study of Biology
Laurence E. Baker Memorial Scholarship
President’s Award for Undergraduate Oral Presentation in the Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students in Graduate Research and Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity
Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience Student Travel Award
UT Arlington Alumni Association Scholars Program Scholarship
Summa Cum Laude, The University of Texas at Arlington
Academic Merit Award, Wake Forest School of Medicine (full-tuition scholarship and stipend)
Scholarship to attend ““How to Combine Clinical and Research Careers in Neuroscience,” Washington, D.C., sponsored by AUPN, ANA, NIH, and NINDS

Professional Society Memberships:
American Pain Society
International Association for the Study of Pain
Organization for Human Brain Mapping
Society for Neuroscience
American Academy of Neurology
American College of Physicians
American Medical Association

Interests & Hobbies:
Travelling
Cars
Fishing
Reading

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