Ian is a two time alumnus from the University of New England, having received his BS in Biochemistry and Medical Biology 2012 and his Masters of Public Health in 2015. In 2016 he accepted a position in UNE's Center for Excellence in Health Innovation on the UNE Portland Campus working to improve clinical interprofessional education among UNE's graduate and professional healthcare students as a part of the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation grant. His responsibilities include coordinating clinical IPE opportunities for students during their clinical rotations/externships; various healthcare trainings for UNE's students, staff, faculty, and clinical affiliates; public health exercises and trainings; and with UNE's CUP Scholars. Previously, he worked as a full-time research assistant and laboratory manager at UNE's College of Osteopathic Medicines Center for Excellence in Neuroscience with Dr. Tamara King. In lab he focused on the research and development of neuropathic pain mechanisms, including osteoarthritis and cancer-induced bone pain, of which has been published to peer review journals.
Community and Public Health
Havelin, J., Imbert, I., Sukhtankar, D., Remeniuk, B., Pelletier, I., Gentry, J., Okun, A., Tiutan, T., Porreca, F., King, T. Mediation of movement-induced breakthrough cancer pain by IB4 binding nociceptors in rats. Journal of Neuroscience 2017 Apr; 1212-16. doi: 10.1523/jneurosci.
Allen, J., Imbert, I., Havelin, J., Henderson, T., Stevenson, G., Liaw, L., King, T. Effects of Treadmill Exercise on Advanced Osteoarthritis Pain in Rats. Arthritis & Rheumatology 2017 Mar; doi:10.1002/art.40101. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/art.40101/abstract?campaign=woletoc
Havelin, J., Imbert, I., Cormier, J., Allen J., Porecca F., King, T. Central Sensitization and Features of Neuropathic Pain in a rat Model of Advanced Osteoarthritis. J Pain 2016 Mar; 17 (3) 374-382.