Vice President for Research and Scholarship; Professor of Pharmacology, Founding Director of the Center for Excellence in the Neurosciences, Co-Director of the Center of Biomedical Research Excellence for the Study of Pain and Sensory Function
Dr. Edward Bilsky currently serves as the Vice President for Research and Scholarship at the University of New England. He received his B.S. (physics) in 1989 and M.S. (Behavioral Neuroscience) in 1991 from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He went on to earn a Ph.D. in Pharmacology and Toxicology from the University of Arizona Colleges of Medicine and Pharmacy in 1996. After completing a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Arizona, he became an Assistant Professor at the University of Northern Colorado in...
acute and chronic pain
Geoffrey Bove, DC, PhD, is a graduate of Hampshire College, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Dr. Bove's research interests are focused on pain due to neural inflammation, including effects on autonomic axons. He has published manuscripts in such venues as Journal of Physiology, JAMA, Journal of Neurophysiology, Neuroscience, and Journal of Comparative Anatomy. He serves on various grant and manuscript review panels, and presents his research world wide....
pain of endometriosis
Chair Department of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine
Director of Graduate and Continuing Medical Education
Course Director Osteopathic Clinical Skills I & II
Dr. Jane Carreiro is Professor and Chair of the Department of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine at the University of New England, College of Osteopathic Medicine in Biddeford, Maine U.S.A. She is also the Director of Graduate and Continuing Medical Education. Dr. Carreiro’s practice focuses on osteopathic manipulative medicine and pain medicine in the pediatric population.
Board Certified in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. Research interests in Lumbosacral Anatomy and The Functional Arrangment of the Human Musculature.
pediatric musckuloskeletal medicine
innervation patterns of the spine sacrum and pelvis
Previous to her involvement at the University of New England, Dr. Col >served as a faculty member at Tufts, Brown, and Harvard Medical Schools. She has served as the Principal Investigator on numerous federally funded research, training, contracts, and conference grants that develop and test individualized web-based shared decision making interventions.
he is on the Steering Committee for the International Patient Decision Aid Standards collaboration, which develops standards for decision aids, and the Cochrane Collaboration's Review of Patient Decision Aids,...
Shared Decision Making
Clinical Decision Making
and medical informatics.
Dr. Marilyn R. Gugliucci is a Professor as well as the Director for Geriatrics Education and Research at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine (UNECOM), and Director of U-ExCEL (UNE~Exercise and Conditioning for Easier Living) Fitness/Wellness Program for older adults. Her Learning by Living Research Project, a UNECOM signature program, ÒadmitsÓ medical students into nursing homes to live the life of an elder resident for 2-weeks. She also conducts research on older adult function, falls, and proprioception....
Gerontology/Geriatrics: Health Related Quality of Life
death and dying
Falls Prevention for Independent Older Adults and those with Visual Impairment (NIH Grant)
Learning by Living Nursing Home Placement for Medical and Health Profes
Katherine Hanlon, Ph.D. is an assistant professor in UNECOM’s Department of Biomedical Sciences. Dr. Hanlon earned a Ph.D. in Pharmacology from the University of Arizona College of Medicine in 2012 after completing a B.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics, also at the UA. She went on to complete a postdoctoral fellowship in tumor immunology at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in Manhattan. Dr. Hanlon holds a dual role in education and research at UNECOM- she teaches biochemistry in the medical program...
Dr. Lenox has had a distinguished academic research and teaching career for over 25 years as a respected psychiatrist and neuroscientist with continuous NIH grant funding and more than 150 peer-reviewed publications, as well as reviews and book chapters, in the fields of molecular neuropharmacology and clinical psychopharmacology. He is also the recipient of numerous prestigious awards and honors that recognize his contributions to medicine, including the NARSAD Distinguished Investigator Award, Editor-in-Chief of Neuropsychopharmacology, Life Fellow of the American College...
CNS drug discovery and development for both psychiatric and neurological disorders; molecular neuropharmacology and clinical psychopharmacology
Dr. Ian Meng received his ScB in Neuroscience at Brown University in 1991 and went on to complete his PhD with Dr. David Bereiter at Brown in the Department of Biology and Medicine, Section of Physiology and Neurobiology in 1997. As a graduate student, Dr. Meng characterized corneal sensitive neurons within the spinal trigeminal nucleus, examining the spatial and electrophysiological properties with which corneal stimulation is encoded. Following completion of his PhD, Dr. Meng worked as a postdoctoral fellow with...
Neuroscience; pain; headache; ocular pain; addiction.
A.B. Classical Languages, College of the Holy Cross, 1967 -- Bachelor of Medical Sciences, Dartmouth Medical School, 1969 -- Pre-doctoral Fellow, Department of Physiology, Dartmouth Medical School, 1969-1970 -- Harvard Medical School, 1970-1971 -- Research Assistant, Maine Medical Center Research Department, 1971-1974 -- Ph.D. in Physiology, Dartmouth College, 1979 -- Postdoctoral Fellow, Maine Medical Center Department of Research, 1978-1980 -- University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, 1980-present (Assistant Professor, 1980-1984 -- Associate Professor, 1984-1990 -- Professor, 1990-present --...
Cardiovascular and respiratory physiology and pathophysiology; evolutionary biology; evolutionary medicine.
During his initial graduate training at the Oregon Health and Science University, Dr. Streicher studied the role of a Serotonin Transporter polymorphism in anxious behavior in rhesus monkeys. Upon completion of his Masters, he transitioned into a Ph.D. program at the University of California, Los Angeles. Dr. StreicherÕs dissertation work focused on the role of the mid-level kinase cascades, namely p38 MAPK and MK2, in translating stress signals into pathophysiology, particularly through downstream regulation of the enzyme COX-2.
Molecular and cell biology
cell signal transduction
drug discovery and development
molecular pharmacology (opioid focus)
integrated physiology (especially pain and cardiac systems).
I started working in the Bilsky Lab during the summer of 2006 as part of the Federal Work Study program. I was interested in gaining the knowledge and skills required to work in a research environment. I quickly learned basic pharmacology and behavioral neuroscience techniques and was able to start my own project under the supervision of Dr. Bilsky and senior members of his laboratory. I graduated cum laude with a B.S. in Medical Biology in December of 2007 and...
I manage a variety of research projects and supervise undergraduate students in Dr. BilskyÕs laboratory. My expertise is in a number of assays assessing preclinical analgesic efficacy and side effects. I also help to organize and coordinate events for the