Randy Lyanne Gollub, M.D., Ph.D.
This page shows the publications co-authored by Randy Gollub and Yiheng Tu.
Tu Y, Jung M, Gollub RL, Napadow V, Gerber J, Ortiz A, Lang C, Mawla I, Shen W, Chan ST, Wasan AD, Edwards RR, Kaptchuk TJ, Rosen B, Kong J. Abnormal medial prefrontal cortex functional connectivity and its association with clinical symptoms in chronic low back pain. Pain. 2019 06; 160(6):1308-1318.
Tu Y, Ortiz A, Gollub RL, Cao J, Gerber J, Lang C, Park J, Wilson G, Shen W, Chan ST, Wasan AD, Edwards RR, Napadow V, Kaptchuk TJ, Rosen B, Kong J. Multivariate resting-state functional connectivity predicts responses to real and sham acupuncture treatment in chronic low back pain. Neuroimage Clin. 2019; 23:101885.
Gollub RL, Kirsch I, Maleki N, Wasan AD, Edwards RR, Tu Y, Kaptchuk TJ, Kong J. A Functional Neuroimaging Study of Expectancy Effects on Pain Response in Patients With Knee Osteoarthritis. J Pain. 2018 05; 19(5):515-527.
Cao J, Tu Y, Orr SP, Lang C, Park J, Vangel M, Chen L, Gollub R, Kong J. Analgesic Effects Evoked by Real and Imagined Acupuncture: A Neuroimaging Study. Cereb Cortex. 2019 07 22; 29(8):3220-3231.
Zhang B, Jung M, Tu Y, Gollub R, Lang C, Ortiz A, Park J, Wilson G, Gerber J, Mawla I, Chan ST, Wasan A, Edwards R, Lee J, Napadow V, Kaptchuk T, Rosen B, Kong J. Identifying brain regions associated with the neuropathology of chronic low back pain: a resting-state amplitude of low-frequency fluctuation study. Br J Anaesth. 2019 Aug; 123(2):e303-e311.
Shen W, Tu Y, Gollub RL, Ortiz A, Napadow V, Yu S, Wilson G, Park J, Lang C, Jung M, Gerber J, Mawla I, Chan ST, Wasan AD, Edwards RR, Kaptchuk T, Li S, Rosen B, Kong J. Visual network alterations in brain functional connectivity in chronic low back pain: A resting state functional connectivity and machine learning study. Neuroimage Clin. 2019; 22:101775.
Cao J, Tu Y, Lang C, Vangel M, Park J, Liu J, Wilson G, Gollub R, Orr S, Kong J. Daily Caffeine Consumption Does Not Influence Acupuncture Analgesia in Healthy Individuals: A Preliminary Study. Anesth Analg. 2018 Dec 24.
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