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Linnstaedt Lab

Team photo, Spring 2017. Left to right: Matthew Carson, Kyle Riker, Shan Yu, Cathleen Rueckeis, Connie Chen, Phillip Huynh, Jameson Blount, Sarah Linnstaedt

Click here for a full list of Dr. Linnstaedt’s publications on PubMed

Selected recent publications:

  1. Linnstaedt SD, Rueckeis CA, Riker KD, et al. MicroRNA-19b predicts widespread pain and posttraumatic stress symptom risk in a sex-dependent manner following trauma exposure. Pain. 2020;161(1):47-60
  2. Linnstaedt SD, Zannas AS, McLean SA, Koenen KC, Ressler KJ. Literature review and methodological considerations for understanding circulating risk biomarkers following trauma exposure [published online ahead of print, 2019 Dec 20]. Mol Psychiatry. 2019;10.1038/s41380-019-0636-5. doi:10.1038/s41380-019-0636-5
  3. Yu S, Chen C, Pan Y, et al. Genes known to escape X chromosome inactivation predict co-morbid chronic musculoskeletal pain and posttraumatic stress symptom development in women following trauma exposure. Am J Med Genet B Neuropsychiatr Genet. 2019;180(6):415-427
  4. Linnstaedt SD, Pan Y, Mauck MC, et al. Evaluation of the Association Between Genetic Variants in Circadian Rhythm Genes and Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms Identifies a Potential Functional Allele in the Transcription Factor TEFFront Psychiatry. 2018;9:597. Published 2018 Nov 15. 
  5. Linnstaedt SD, Riker KD, Rueckeis CA, et al. A Functional riboSNitch in the 3′ Untranslated Region of FKBP5 Alters MicroRNA-320a Binding Efficiency and Mediates Vulnerability to Chronic Post-Traumatic Pain. J Neurosci. 2018;38(39):8407-8420
  6. Linnstaedt SD, Walker MG, Riker KD, Nyland JE, Hu JM, Rossi C, Swor RA, Jones JS, Diatchenko L, Bortsov AV, Peak DA, McLean SA. Genetic variant rs3750625 in the 3’UTR of ADRA2A affects stress dependent acute pain severity after trauma and alters a microRNA-34a regulatory site. Pain. 2017 Feb;158(2):230-239
  7. Linnstaedt SD, Hu JunMei, Liu AY, Soward AC, Bollen KA, Wang HE, Hendry PL, Zimny E, Lewandowski C, Velilla MA, Damiron K, Pearson C, Domeier R, Kaushik S, Feldman J, Rosenberg M, Jones J, Swor R, Rathlev N, McLean SA. Methodology of the AA CRASH Prospective Observational Study Evaluating the Incidence and Pathogenesis of Chronic Pain and Adverse Psychological Outcomes in African Americans following Motor Vehicle Collision. BMJ Open. 2016 Sep 6;6(9).
  8. Linnstaedt SD, Riker KD, Walker MG, Nyland JE, Zimny E, Lewandowski C, Hendry PL, Damiron K, Pearson C, Velilla MA, Jones J, Swor RA, Domeier R, McLean SA. microRNA-320a predicts chronic axial and widespread pain development following motor vehicle collision in a stress-dependent manner. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther. 2016;46(10):911-919, B1-B3.
  9. Linnstaedt SD, Bortsov AV, Soward AC, Swor R, Peak D, Jones J, Rathlev N, Lee DC, Domeier R, Hendry P, McLean SA. CRHBP polymorphisms predict chronic pain development following motor vehicle collision. Pain. 2016 Jan; 157(1):273-9.
  10. Linnstaedt SD, Walker MG, Parker J, Yeh E, Sons RL, Zimny E, Lewandowski C, Hendry PL, Damiron K, Pearson C, Velilla MA, O’Neil BJ, Jones J, Swor R, Domeier R, Hammond S, McLean SA. microRNA circulating in the early aftermath of motor vehicle collision predict persistent pain development and suggest a role for microRNA in sex specific pain differences. Molecular Pain. 2015 Oct 24; 11:66.
  11. Linnstaedt SD, Hu JunMei, Bortsov AV, Soward AC, Swor R, Jones J, Lee D, Peak D, Domeier R, Rathlev N, Hendry P, McLean SA. µ-Opioid Receptor Gene A118 G Variants and Persistent Pain Symptoms Among Men and Women Experiencing Motor Vehicle Collision. Journal of Pain 2015 Jul;16(7):637-44.