Markus A. Dahlem's focus on migraine research is nested within his wider interest in modeling both neurovascular coupling and pain.
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Research experience includes theoretical research on cutting–edge complex systems theory applied to neurological diseases, such as migraine, stroke, and traumatic brain injury from concussions to traumatic chronic encephalopathy to severe injuries. [more]
NEW talks from July 2014 video talks (on migraine dynamics)
Neurology is too important to be left to the neurology department—Biomedical engineering, physics, and quantified self solutions will help better manage migraines.