Current University: Oregon Health & Science University
Research Supervisor: Tonya Palermo
PICH Mentor: Ken Craig
Member since: July 2007
My work has focused on physical function in adolescents with chronic pain, as well as on family history risk for chronic pain and parenting in the context of pain. Became a PICH graduate: July 1, 2009
Representative Publications: Wilson, A., Lewandowski, A., & Palermo, T. (2011). Fear-avoidance beliefs and parental responses to pain in adolescents with chronic pain. Pain Research & Management, 16, 178-182.
Wilson, A. & Palermo, T. (2012). Physical activity and function in adolescents with chronic pain: A controlled study using actigraphy. Journal of Pain, 13, 121-30. PMCID: 3539297
Wilson, A., Holley, A.L., & Palermo, T. (2013). Applications of laboratory pain methodologies in research with children and adolescents: Emerging research trends. Pain, 154, 1166-9.