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  • 1. 1 September, 2009 CURRICULUM VITAE Arthur DeWitt Craig, Jr. (Bud) Personal Information: Born August 31, 1951, in Lansing, Michigan Atkinson Research Laboratory Division of Neurosurgery Barrow Neurological Institute 350 West Thomas Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85013 (602)-406-3385 (office) (602)-741-3201 (home) Email: bcraig@chw.edu Education: B.S. June, 1973; Michigan State University, E. Lansing, MI mathematics Ph.D. January, 1978; Cornell University, Ithaca, NY neurophysiology; neuroanatomy, electrical engineering Advisor: D. N. Tapper Thesis: "Anatomic and Electrophysiologic Studies on the Lateral Cervical Nucleus in Cat and Dog" Professional Experience: 9/77-1/78 Research Associate, Dept. of Physical Biology, New York State Coll. Vet. Med., Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 1/78-8/80 Postdoctoral Fellow, Dept. of Physiology & Biophysics, Washington Univ. Sch. Med., St. Louis, MO 8/80-8/81 Research Associate, Dept. of Anatomy & Neurobiology, Washington Univ.
  • 2. Sch. Med., St. Louis, MO 8/81-11/83 Wissenschaftlicher Assistent (Research Associate), Dept. of Physiology, University of Kiel, Germany 11/83-8/86 Akademischer Rat a.Z. (Instructor / Research Assistant Professor), Dept. of Physiology, University of Würzburg, Germany 8/86– James R. Atkinson Pain Research Scientist, Divisions of Neurobiology and Neurosurgery, Barrow Neurological Institute, St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center, Phoenix, AZ 6/91 Adjunct appointment as Research Associate Professor, Dept. of Cell Biology and Anatomy, Univ. Ariz. Coll. Med. 9/93– promotion to Associate Staff Scientist, BNI 1/96– promotion to Senior Staff Scientist, BNI 6/96– Adjunct promotion to Research Professor, Dept. of Cell Biology and Anatomy, Univ. Ariz. Coll. Med. 6/02– Adjunct appointment as Research Professor, Department of Psychology, Arizona State University 10/07-- promotion to Atkinson Research Chair, Barrow Neurological Institute Honors: National Merit Scholarship Award (1968-1973; Chrysler Corp., sponsor) Doctor of Medicine honoris causa, Univ. of Linköping, Sweden (May, 2001) Kenneth Craik Award for Research in Experimental Psychology, Cambridge Univ., UK (May, 2002) Professional Memberships: American Association for the Advancement of Science American Physiological Society International Association for the Study of Pain New York Academy of Sciences Society for Neuroscience Teaching Experience: 1976 Graduate Assistant, Comparative Physiology, Cornell University 1980 Postdoctoral Assistant, Medical Neuroanatomy, Washington University School of Medicine
  • 3. 1984-86 Medical Physiology Practical Laboratory, University of Würzburg, Germany 1987-- Lecturer in Neuroscience course for residents, Barrow Neurological Institute 1989 Supervisor for senior research project for Stephen Hunsley, Grand Canyon Univ. 1991 Supervisor for senior research project for Leo Odle, Grand Canyon Univ. 1991 Supervisor for summer research project for Steve Lampert, Univ. of Ariz. 1991 Visiting Professor in graduate Neurobiology course, Dept. of Cell Biology, University of Linkoping, Sweden 1991 Lecturer in Neuroscience course, Univ. of Ariz. Coll. Med. 1992 Supervisor for Dr. Lawrence Serrano, Univ. of Ariz. anesthesiology resident 1992-94 Supervisor for Dr. Zhong-Sheng Han, postdoctoral scientist 1992 Chairman, Dissertation Defense Committee for Charles Henderson, Dept. of Anatomy, Univ. of South Florida 1993 Visiting Professor in Neuroscience course at Dept. of Physiology, McGill Univ. 1993-99 Supervisor for Dr. En-Tan Zhang, postdoctoral scientist 1993-94 Supervisor for senior research project for Karl Krout, Grand Canyon Univ. 1993-95 Visiting Professor in Neuroscience course at Dept. of Anesthesiology, Univ. Cal. at San Diego 1996-97 Visiting Professor in School of Dentistry, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec; Ph.D. thesis committee, Pierre Rainville 1998-1999 Supervisor for Grand Canyon University undergraduate student Rebecca Rodriguez 1999-2000 Supervisor for Grand Canyon University undergraduate students Heather Lucas and Jennifer Gonzalez 1999-2002 Supervisor for Dr. David Andrew, postdoctoral scientist 2002 Visiting Professor, Dept. of Anesthesiology, Univ. Calif. San Diego 2002 Ph.D. thesis opponent for P. Petrovic, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden 2003-05 Supervisor for undergraduate Evan Carey, Ariz. State Univ. Dept of Bioengineering 2004-05 Lectures for undergraduate courses at ASU West and resident training at BNI 2004 Composed website on pain for Wellcome Trust and London Science Museum 2004-05 Ph.D. Thesis Committee for Brad Appelhans, ASU Dept of Psychology 2004–07 Supervisor for Dr. Irina Strigo, postdoctoral scientist 2005–07 Supervisor for Dr. Henry Evrard, postdoctoral scientist 2006 Lecture for CogSci 200 at UCSD 2006-2009 Supervisor for Dr. Jin Huang, postdoctoral scientist 2006--- Lecturer for ASU /BNI Neuroscience program 2006–07 Ph.D. Thesis Committee for Robert Fasman, ASU Dept of Psychology 2007 Ph.D. Thesis Committee for Jeffrey Kinderdietz, ASU Dept of Psychology
  • 4. 2007--- Lecturer for UofA Coll Med Phoenix course in integrated neuroscience 2009--- Ph.D. thesis committee for Alejandro Becerra, UACOM Related Activities: Ad hoc Reviewer (>60 manuscripts each year): NIH Study Sections (NB-1, NLS-2, IFCN-1; NSD-C, B1), National Science Foundation (1981–), Neuroscience Letters (1983–), Experimental Brain Research (1983–), Journal of Neurophysiology (1985–), Neuroscience (1987–), Journal of Comparative Neurology (1987–), Journal of Neuroscience (1990–), Brain Research (1990–), Pain (1992–), Nature (1994–), Nature Medicine (1997–), European Journal of Neuroscience (1997–), Science (1998–), Nature Neuroscience (1998–), Journal of Physiology (1998–), Somatosensory and Motor Research (1998–), Neuroimage, (1999–), Neurology (1999–), Cerebral Cortex (2000–), Lancet (2002–), Biological Psychiatry (2004–), Neuron (2005--), ... Regular Member, NIH NLS-2 Study Section (1994-98) External Reviewer: Program Project, Dept. of Physiology, Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (1997) Center for Study of Persistent Pain, Univ. Maryland (1998-99) Program Project, Dept. of Neurosurgery, Johns Hopkins Med. Sch., Baltimore (1999) Member of Editorial Board: Journal of Pain (1991–2002) Journal of Comparative Neurology (2000-2004) Pain (2005–) Journal of Neurophysiology (2003–) European Journal of Pain (2006–) Faculty of 1000 Medicine (2004–) Brain Stimulation (2007–) Faculty member, NIH Motor Control Training Program, co-sponsored by Dept. Physiology, Univ. Ariz. and Div. Neurobiology, BNI (1990–2000) Special Project Associate, Scottsdale Mayo Clinic (1994-95) Section Editor for Neuroanatomy, Pain Journal Club Journal (1994-98) Consultant, Cyberonics (2005–2006) Member of Research Coordinating Committee, Barrow Neurological Institute (1989-1994) Member, Promotion Review Committee, BNI Div. of Neurobiology (2006---) Consultant, GlaxoSmithKline (2006) Inventor, patent application, “Enhanced and Optimized Vagus Nerve Stimulation Therapy” (2007) Collaborator on CHRP grant from Canadian CIHR to Dr. Judith Hunter, entitled "Novel tool to
  • 5. evaluate integrative somatosensory processing in people with central neuropathic pain after spinal cord injury" Consultant, J&J Advisory Board on Pain Research (2008) Member, Society for Neuroscience Named Achievement Awards Selection Committee (2009-12) Research Funding (as PI): 1984-86 "Anatomical Correlates of Cortical and Subcortical Neuronal Processing of Cutaneous and Deep Pain," Hermann und Lilly Schilling Stiftung (West Germany), $55,000 plus salaries. 1985-86 "Neuronal Processing of Nociception in the Projection Targets of the Spinothalamic Tract in the Thalamus," Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) grant Cr 76/1-1, $35,000 plus salaries; forfeited 7/86 upon departure from Germany. 1988-91 "Selectivity in the Lamina I Spinothalamic Projection," NIH R01 grant NS25616 (years -01 through -03), $255,762 total direct costs. 1991-95 "Opiate Analgesia: the Lamina I STT Projection," NIDA R01 DA07402, $356,230 total direct costs. 1992-95 "Organization of the Lamina I STT Projection," NIH R01 NS25616 (years -04 through -07), $558,751 total direct costs. 1992-93 Supplement to R01 NS25616 for minority postdoctoral Research Associate, $40,350. 1995-97 “Involvement of the Caudal Medullary Reticular Formation in Pain Processing,” NATO collaborative research grant, co-PI with Dr. Luis Villanueva, INSERM, Paris, France, $12,800 total direct costs 1995-2000 “Organization of the Lamina I STT Projection," NIH R01 NS25616 (years -08 through -12), $989,290 total direct costs. 1997-2001 “Fine structure of TSTT terminals in VMpo,” NIH R01 NS37208 (-01 through -04), $411,282 total direct costs. 2000 Supplement to R01 NS37208 for equipment, $50,000 2001 Supplement to R01 NS37208 for post-doctoral associate, $77,000 2001-05 “Physiology of Lamina I and V STT Cells,” NIH R01 NS41287 (-01 through -04), $1,187,500 total direct costs. 2002-06 “Lamina I and homeostasis,” NIH R01 40413 (-01 through -04), $900,000 total direct costs. 2003-05 “Fine structure of lamina I TSTT terminals in VP”, NIH R01 037208 (-05 through -06), $200,000 total direct costs.
  • 6. 2005-06 “Identification and Characterization of Sites Activated by Vagus Nerve Stimulation in the Primate Forebrain”, Research Grant from Cyberonics Inc., $185,000 total. 2006-07 “Homeostasis and Emotion”, Arizona Institute for Mental Health Research, $25,000. 2007-12 “Comparative Analysis of VMpo and Insula Across Primates”, subcontract from McDonnell Foundation award to John Allman, Cal. Inst. of Tech., $100,000 annul direct costs. Invited Lectures (* denotes a noteworthy honor): 1977 Dept. of Physiology, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, New York 1978 Dept. of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Washington Univ., St. Louis, Mo. 1981 Worcester Foundation, Worcester, Mass. Dept. of Anatomy, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison Dept. of Physiology, Univ. of Kiel, Germany Dept. of Anatomy, Univ. of Uppsala, Sweden 1982 Dept. of Physiology, Univ. of Heidelberg, Germany Brain Research Institute, Zurich, Switzerland 1983 Dept. of Physiology, Univ. of Wurzburg, Germany Satellite symposium of International Union of Physiological Sciences, Sydney, Australia 1986 Dept. of Physiology, Univ. of Kiel, Germany Dept. of Anatomy, N.Y.S. Coll. Vet. Med., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, New York Dept. of Anatomy, Univ. of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston Div. of Neurobiology, Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, Ariz. 1987 International symposium on "Thalamus and Pain" (INSERM), La Rochelle, France Dept. of Pharmacology, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson 1988 R.S. Dow Neurological Sciences Institute, Portland, Oregon 1989 Dept. of Neurosurgery, Syracuse Univ., Syracuse, New York Organizer and lecturer, Symposium on thalamus and pain, American Pain Society, Phoenix, Arizona 1990 Satellite symposium, International Assoc. for the Study of Pain, Adelaide, Australia Bristol-Myers Symposium on "Central Pain," Univ. of Mich., Ann Arbor Symposium on "Animal Pain and Its Control," Cornell Univ., Ithaca, New York Dept. of Cell Biology, Univ. of Linkoping, Sweden Dept. of Physiology, Univ. of Goteborg, Sweden Dept. of Anatomy, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson
  • 7. Symposium on thalamus and pain, American Pain Society, St. Louis, Missouri 1991 Dept. of Physiology, Univ. of N. Carolina, Chapel Hill Dept. of Stomatologie, Univ. of Montreal, Canada 1992 Workshop on thalamus and pain, Winter Conference on Brain Research, Steamboat Springs, Colorado Dept. of Anesthesiology, Univ. Calif. San Diego 1993 Dept. of Cell Biology, Univ. of Linkoping, Sweden Symposium on "Ascending Pain Pathways", International Assoc. for the Study of Pain, Paris, France Symposium on "Thalamus and Pain", International Assoc. for the Study of Pain, Paris, France * Wenner-Gren International Symposium on "Touch, Temperature, and Pain in Health and Disease", Stockholm, Sweden * Organizer and lecturer, Symposium on "Integration in Central Somato-Visceral Processing", Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC Dept. of Pharmacology, McGill Univ., Montreal, Quebec 1994 Organizer and lecturer, Workshop on pain and temperature sensation, Winter Conference on Brain Research, Snowbird, Utah Pain Group, Univ. of Bristol Coll. Med., England * Designated Lecturer, The Royal Physiological Society, Somatosensory Group meeting, Bristol, England Dept. of Anatomy and Neurosciences, Univ. Texas Medical Branch, Galveston * International Symposium on "The Emotional Motor System", Groningen, The Netherlands Symposium on "The Functional Anatomy of the Superficial Dorsal Horn", XIV Federative International Congress of Anatomy, Lisbon, Portugal * Wenner-Gren International Symposium on Somatosensation, Stockholm, Sweden Symposium on cold pain, American Pain Society, Miami, FL 1995 Dept. of Neurosurgery, Johns Hopkins Medical School Dept. of Anesthesiology, Univ. Calif. San Diego Neuroscience Program, Univ. of Minnesota Dept. of Neurosurgery, Bowman Gray Medical School International Symposium on "Forebrain Areas Involved in Pain Processing" (INSERM), Dinard, France * Keynote Speaker on Somatosensation, First International Conference on Functional Mapping in the Human Brain, Paris, France Dept. of Physiology, Univ. of Toronto Dept. of Anatomy, Univ. of Maryland at Baltimore
  • 8. 1996 * Plenary Lecture, Scandinavian Assoc. for the Study of Pain, Rönneby, Sweden Committee on Neuroscience, Univ. of Chicago Dept. of Physiology, Northwestern Univ. Dept. of Anatomy, St. Louis Univ. Anesthesiology Branch, National Institute of Dental Research, NIH Krieger Mind/Brain Institute, Johns Hopkins Univ. Four symposia lectures at the World Congress of the International Association for the Study of Pain, Vancouver, Canada Symposium on Cortex and Pain, Soc. for Neuroscience, Washington, DC Dept. of Anesthesiology, “Pain Day” Symposium, McGill Univ. Sch. Med. 1997 Workshop on the insula at 1997 WCBR meeting Psycho-pharmacology Research Unit 161, INSERM, Paris, France Dept. of Pharmacology, Indiana Univ., Indianapolis Grand Rounds, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Phoenix AZ Symposium on Somatosensation and Underlying Mechanisms, Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill * Plenary lecture, NIH Symposium on New Directions in Pain Res., Bethesda, MD Dept. of Physiology, Univ. of Arizona Coll. Med., Tucson AZ 1998 Dept. of Physiology, Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Arizona Chapter of Soc. for Neuroscience, Phoenix AZ BNI Symposium, Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix AZ Dept. of Anesthesiology, Univ. Calif. at San Diego Dept. of Anesthesiology, Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA Grand Rounds, Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix AZ Flinn Foundation Biomedical Research Symposium, Tucson AZ 1999 BNI Symposium, Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix AZ Dept. of Molecular and Cell Biology, Ariz. State Univ., Tempe AZ Dept. of Neurology, Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City * Keynote Lecture, The Pain Society of Great Britain, Edinburgh, UK R.W. Johnson Research Institute, La Jolla IASP World Congress on Pain, Vienna, Austria (Refresher Course, 2 workshops) Dept. of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Univ. of Chicago, IL Dept. of Neuroscience and Anatomy, Penn. State Univ., Hershey, PA 2000 Dept. of Cardiology, Univ. of Texas, Dallas Third International Symposium on Cortical Plasticity, Berlin, Germany Second Spring Pain Research Conference, Grand Cayman International Symposium on Pain Research, Wurzburg, Germany Dept. of Physiology, Cambridge Univ., UK
  • 9. * Keynote Lecture, Swedish Medical Research Council Study Group on Pain, Stockholm, Sweden Center for Pain Research, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden Basic Science interest group meeting, Amer. Pain Soc., Atlanta, GA 2001 Program in Neuroscience, Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA IASP Symposium on Spinal Cord Injury Pain, Scottsdale, AZ Symposium on itch at APS meeting, Phoenix, AZ John B. Pierce Foundation, Yale Univ. Med. Sch., New Haven, CT * Keynote Speaker, Royal Physiological Society symposium on pain, Bristol, UK * Plenary Lecture, German Research Society symposium on pain, Erlangen, Germany Center for Neurobiology and Behavior, Columbia Univ. Med. Sch., NY, NY ** Plenary lecture, Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA 2002 Dept. of Biology, Arizona State Univ., Tempe, AZ Workshop on interoception, American Psychosomatic Society, Barcelona, Spain Department of Human Anatomy and Genetics, Oxford Univ., UK *** Kenneth Craik Research Award Lecture, Cambridge Univ., UK Plenary Lecture, Danish Pain Research Meeting, Aarhus, Denmark * Plenary Lecture, International Assoc. for the Study of Pain (IASP), San Diego, CA * Lecture as Ph.D. thesis opponent for P. Petrovic, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden Pain Group, UCSF Medical School, San Francisco, CA 2003 Women’s Board, Barrow Neurological Foundation, Phoenix, AZ Workshop on Pain and Emotion, Amer. Psychosomatic Society, Phoenix, AZ Neurological Sciences Institute, Portland, OR Purdue Pharma, Cranbury, NJ * Symposium on Progress in Pain Research, London Pain Consortium, London, UK * Gyllenberg Symposium on Psyche, Soma, and Pain, Helsinki, Finland * Plenary Lecture, Pain Day, Univ. Western Ontario, London Ont. Dept of Anesthesiology, Columbia Univ, New York, NY 2004 Dept of Pharmacology, Physiology and Neuroscience, Univ. S. Carolina Med. Sch. Barrow Neurological Symposium, Phoenix, AZ * Invited Speaker, American Association of Applied Physiology and Biofeedback, Colorado Springs, CO * Keynote Speaker, Midwest Veterinary Soc. Pain Management Grp., Indianapolis, IN Committee on Neuroscience, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, AZ * Plenary Lecture, Danish Pain Research Seminar, Aarhus, Denmark BNI Nursing Symposium Program in Neuroscience, UCLA
  • 10. * Symposium organizer and speaker, “C-fibers are not just for pain anymore”, Soc. Neurosci. 2004 meeting Consciousness Study Group, Univ. Ariz. 2005 Program in Neuroscience, Univ. of Toronto, Ontario * Grass Foundation Lecturer, Centre for Neurosci., Queen’s Univ., Kingston, Ontario Dept. of Psychiatry, UCSD Symposium on Pain, European Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology, Stockholm, Sweden Symposium on Interoception, Amer. Gastrointestinal Assoc., Chicago, IL Department of Physiology, University of Mainz, Germany Cyberonics mtg on VNS mechanism of action, W Palm Beach, Florida Wellcome Department of Cognitive Neuroscience, Univ. Coll. London, UK BNI Pediatric Neurology rounds 2006 Div of Biological Sciences, Cal. Inst. Tech., Pasadena, CA * Featured Lecture, Helmholtz Club, Irvine, CA McDonnell Foundation Mtg on the Insula and Awareness, Caltech, Pasadena, CA Invited Speaker, Third Intntl Mtg on Physiology and Pharmacology of Temperature Regulation, Phoenix, AZ Dept. Anatomy & Neurobiology, Univ. Kentucky, Lexington KY Dept of Philosophy, UCSD, San Diego, CA Spirit of the Senses, BNI, Phoenix, AZ IASP Symposium on Central Pain, McMaster Univ., Hamilton, Ontario, CA * Keynote Speaker, 2nd International Symp. on Brain-Gut Interactions, Oxford, UK * Inaugural Symposium, Recent Advances in Pain Research, Segerfalk Pain Research Center, Lund, Sweden Somatization and Functional Disorders Workshop, GlaxoSmithKline, Dallas, TX * Keynote Lecture, Club Vagus, Soc for Neuroscience, Atlanta, GA Dept. of Neuroscience, Mount Sinai Sch. Med., New York, NY ASU / BNI Neuroscience Institute Inaugural Symposium Symposium on insula, Amer. Coll. Neuropsychopharmacology, Hollywood, FL 2007 Department of Neuroscience, Albert Einstein Medical School, NY, NY Barrow Neurological Foundation, Phoenix, AZ * Human Modification Symposium, MITRE Fdn, Bethesda, MD Dept of Physiology and Pharmacology, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden Swedish Society for Sports Medicine, Uppsala, Sweden Center for Cognitive and Social Neuroscience, Univ of Chicago Symposium on insula, Biological Psychiatry mtg, San Diego, CA Workshop on interoception, PNIRS mtg, Arcachon, France
  • 11. Invited speaker, satellite mtg “Cytokines and Depression”, PNIRS, Bordeaux, France Center for Research, Laval University, Quebec, Canada Symposium on VENs, McDonnell Foundation Network mtg, UCSF, San Francisco Tele-lecture for Fac of Human Movement Sci, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam NIMH, Bethesda, MD 2008 McDonnell Collaborative Network on VENs, Washington DC Symposium on insula, Cognitive Neuroscience mtg, San Francisco, CA Keynote Speaker, Workshop on insula, Tucson Consciousness 8 mtg *** Featured Speaker, "The neuroanatomical basis for human awareness of feelings from the body", Wisconsin Symposium on Emotion and Consciousness, Madison, WI Dept of Neuroscience, Vanderbilt Univ., Nashville TN Symposium on addiction and the insula, SfN mtg, Wash DC Dept. of Anesthesiology, Univ. of Mich. Sch. Med., Ann Arbor, MI 2009 Symposium on insula, American Neuropsychiatric Association ann. mtg., San Antonio, TX Memory and Aging Center, Neurology, UCSF, San Francisco, CA Grand Rounds, McMaster Univ Dept Med, Hamilton, Ont., Canada * Keynote Lecture, International Society for Research on Emotion, Liege, Belgium Max Planck Inst., Tuebingen, Germany McDonnell Foundation Network for Study of VENS, San Francisco, CA scheduled: Sch Medicine, Univ of Linkoping, Sweden Dept. Neuroscience, Mich. State Univ., E. Lansing, MI Sch Medicine, Stanford Univ., Palo Alto, CA (2) European Science Fdn. Sympos. on insula, Granada, Spain Dept. of Neuroscience, Purdue Univ., Terre Haute, Ind. (2) IASP neuropathic pain group, Athens, Greece Publications: A. Articles 1. Craig, A.D., Jr. (1976) Spinocervical tract cells in cat and dog, labeled by the retrograde transport of horseradish peroxidase. Neurosci. Lett. 3:173-177. 2. Craig, A.D., Jr. (1978) On-line nonlinear analysis of spinal neurons. Brain Theory Newsletter 3:87-88.
  • 12. 3. Craig, A.D., Jr. (1978) Spinal and medullary input to the lateral cervical nucleus. J. Comp. Neurol. 181:729-744. 4. Craig, A.D., Jr. and D.N. Tapper (1978) Lateral cervical nucleus in the cat: functional organization and characteristics. J. Neurophysiol. 41:1511-1543. 5. Burton, H., A.D. Craig, Jr., D.A. Poulos and J. Molt (1979) Efferent projections from temperature sensitive recording loci within the marginal zone of the nucleus caudalis of the spinal trigeminal complex in the cat. J. Comp. Neurol. 183:753-788. 6. Burton, H. and A.D. Craig, Jr. (1979) Distribution of trigeminothalamic projection cells in cat and monkey. Brain Res. 161:515-521. 7. Craig, A.D., Jr., and H. Burton (1979) The lateral cervical nucleus: anatomic organization of cervicothalamic neurons. J. Comp. Neurol. 185:329-346. 8. Craig, A.D., Jr. and H. Burton (1981) Spinal and medullary lamina I projection to nucleus submedius in medial thalamus: a possible pain center. J. Neurophysiol. 45:443-466. 9. Craig, A.D., Jr., S.J. Wiegand and J.L. Price (1982) The thalamocortical projection of nucleus submedius in the cat. J. Comp. Neurol. 206:28-48. 10. Brown, P.B., D.N. Tapper and A.D. Craig (1982) Single-impulse testing of central neurons. J. Electrophysiol. Tech. 8:119-140. 11. Tapper, D.N., Z. Wiesenfeld and A.D. Craig (1983) A dorsal spinal neural network in the cat. II. Changes in responsiveness initiated by single conditioning impulses in single Type 1 cutaneous input fibers. J. Neurophysiol. 49:534-547. 12. Craig, A.D. and S. Mense (1983) The distribution of afferent fibers from the gastrocnemius- soleus muscle in the dorsal horn of the cat, as revealed by the transport of horseradish peroxidase. Neurosci. Lett. 41:233-238. 13. Craig, A.D. and D.N. Tapper (1985) A dorsal spinal neural network in the cat. III. Dynamic nonlinear analysis of responses to random stimulation of single Type 1 cutaneous input fibers. J. Neurophysiol. 53:995-1015. 14. Craig, A.D. and H. Burton (1985) The distribution and topographical organization in the thalamus of anterogradely-transported horseradish peroxidase after spinal injections in cat and raccoon. Exp. Brain Res. 58:227-254. 15. Craig, A.D. and K.-D. Kniffki (1985) Spinothalamic lumbosacral lamina I cells responsive to skin and muscle stimulation in the cat. J. Physiol. (London) 365:197-221. 16. Craig, A.D., Jr., S. Sailer, and K.-D. Kniffki (1987) Organization of anterogradely labeled spinocervical tract terminations in the lateral cervical nucleus of the cat. J. Comp. Neurol. 263:214-222. 17. Mense, S. and A.D. Craig, Jr. (1988) Spinal and supraspinal terminations of primary afferent fibers from the gastrocnemius-soleus muscle in the cat. Neuroscience 26:1023-1035. 18. Craig, A.D., B. Heppelmann, and H.-G. Schaible (1988) The projection of the medial and posterior articular nerves of the cat's knee to the spinal cord. J. Comp. Neurol. 276:279-288.
  • 13. 19. Craig, A.D., Jr., A.J. Linington, and K.-D. Kniffki (1989) Significant differences in the retrograde labeling of spinothalamic tract cells by horseradish peroxidase and the fluorescent tracers Fast Blue and Diamidino Yellow. Exp. Brain Res. 74:431-436. 20. Craig, A.D., Jr., A.J. Linington, and K.-D. Kniffki (1989) Cells of origin of spinothalamic tract projections to the medial and lateral thalamus in the cat. J. Comp. Neurol. 289:568-585. 21. Craig, A.D. and J.O. Dostrovsky (1991) Thermoreceptive lamina I trigeminothalamic neurons project to the nucleus submedius in the cat. Exp. Brain Res. 85:470-474. 22. Craig, A.D. and S.J. Hunsley (1991) Morphine enhances the activity of thermoreceptive cold- specific lamina I spinothalamic neurons in the cat. Brain Res. 558:93-97. 23. Craig, A.D. (1991) Spinal distribution of ascending lamina I axons anterogradely labeled with Phaseolus vulgaris leucoagglutinin (PHA-L) in the cat. J. Comp. Neurol. 313:377-393. 24. Craig, A.D., J. Broman and A. Blomqvist (1992) Lamina I spinocervical tract terminations in the medial part of the lateral cervical nucleus in the cat. J. Comp. Neurol. 322:99-110. 25. Blomqvist, A., A.-C. Ericson, J. Broman, and A.D. Craig (1992) Electron microscopic identification of lamina I axon terminations in the nucleus submedius of the cat thalamus. Brain Res. 585:425-430. 26. Craig, A.D. (1992) Spinal and trigeminal lamina I input to the locus coeruleus anterogradely labeled with Phaseolus vulgaris leucoagglutinin (PHA-L) in the cat and the monkey. Brain Res. 584:325-328. 27. Irwin, K.B., A.D. Craig, V. Bracha and J.R. Bloedel (1993) Distribution of c-fos expression in brainstem neurons associated with conditioning and pseudo-conditioning of the rabbit nictitating membrane reflex. Neurosci. Lett. 148:71-75. 28. Craig, A.D. (Bud) (1993) Propriospinal input to thoracolumbar sympathetic nuclei from cervical and lumbar lamina I neurons in the cat and the monkey. J. Comp. Neurol. 331:517-530. 29. Craig, A.D. (Bud) and L.P. Serrano (1994) Effects of systemic morphine on lamina I spinothalamic tract neurons in the cat. Brain Res. 636:233-244. 30. Craig, A.D. and M.C. Bushnell (1994) The thermal grill: unmasking the burn of cold pain. Science 265:252-255. 31. Craig, A.D., M.C. Bushnell, E.-T. Zhang, and A. Blomqvist (1994) A thalamic nucleus specific for pain and temperature sensation. Nature 372:770-773. 32. Ericson, A.-C., A. Blomqvist, A.D. Craig, O.P. Ottersen, and J. Broman (1995) Evidence for glutamate as neurotransmitter in trigemino- and spinothalamic tract terminals in the nucleus submedius of cats. Eur. J. Neurosci. 7:305-317. 33. Craig, A.D. (Bud) (1995) Distribution of brainstem projections from spinal lamina I neurons in the cat and the monkey. J. Comp. Neurol. 361:225-248. 34. Craig, A.D., E.T. Zhang, M.C. Bushnell, and A. Blomqvist (1995) Reply to P.D. Wall [Letter to the Editor]. Pain 62:391-393.
  • 14. 35. Blomqvist, A., A.-C. Ericson, A.D. Craig, and J. Broman (1996) Evidence for glutamate as neurotransmitter in spinothalamic tract terminals in the posterior region of owl monkeys. Exp. Brain Res. 108:33-44. 36. Zhang, E.-T., Z.-S. Han, and A.D. Craig (1996) Morphological classes of spinothalamic lamina I neurons in the cat. J. Comp. Neurol. 367:537-549. 37. Westlund, K.N. and A.D. Craig (1996) Association of spinal lamina I projections with brainstem catecholamine neurons in the monkey. Exp.Brain Res. 110:151-162. 38. Ericson, A.-C., A. Blomqvist, K. Krout, and A.D. Craig (1996) Fine structural organization of spinothalamic and trigeminothalamic lamina I terminations in the nucleus submedius of the cat. J. Comp. Neurol. 371:497-512. 39. Dostrovsky, J.O. and A.D. Craig (1996) Cooling-specific spinothalamic neurons in the monkey. J. Neurophysiol. 76:3656-3665. 40. Craig, A.D., E.M. Reiman, A. Evans, and M.C. Bushnell (1996) Functional imaging of an illusion of pain. Nature 384:258-260. 41. Ericson, A.-C., A.D. Craig, and A. Blomqvist (1997) GABA-like immunoreactivity in the thalamic nucleus submedius of the cat. Neuroscience 76:491-502. 42. Zhang, E.-T., and A.D. Craig (1997) Morphology and distribution of spinothalamic lamina I neurons in the monkey. J. Neuroscience 17:3274-3284. 43. Craig, A.D. (1997) Commentary on Newman et al (1996). Pain Med. Journal Club J. 3: 6-9. 44. Craig, A.D. (1998) A new version of the thalamic disinhibition hypothesis of central pain. Pain Forum 7:1-14. 45. Craig, A.D. (1998) Our pains are each unique. Pain Forum 7: 27-28. 46. Dykes, R.W. and A.D. Craig (1998) Control of size and excitability of mechanosensory receptive fields in dorsal column nuclei by homolateral dorsal horn neurons. J. Neurophysiol. 80: 120-129. 47. Han, Z.-S., E.-T. Zhang, and A.D. Craig (1998) Nociceptive and thermoreceptive lamina I neurons are anatomically distinct. Nature Neuroscience 1: 218-225. 48. Craig, A.D., E.-T. Zhang, and A. Blomqvist (1999) A distinct thermoreceptive subregion of lamina I in nucleus caudalis of the owl monkey. J.Comp.Neurol. 404: 221-234. 49. Yu, X.H., E.-T. Zhang, A.D. Craig, R. Shigemoto, A. Ribeiro-da-Silva, and Y. De Koninck (1999) NK-1 receptor immunoreactivity in distinct morphological types of lamina I neurons of the primate spinal cord. J.Neurosci. 19: 3545-3555. 50. Norrsell, U. and A.D. Craig (1999) Behavioral thermosensitivity after lesions of thalamic target areas of a thermosensory spinothalamic pathway in the cat. J. Neurophysiol. 82:611-625. 51. Blomqvist, A., E.-T. Zhang, and A.D. Craig (2000) Cytoarchitectonic and immunohistochemical characterization of a specific pain and temperature relay, the VMpo nucleus, in the human thalamus. Brain 123: 601-619.
  • 15. 52. Craig, A.D. (2000) Spinal location of ascending lamina I axons in the macaque monkey. J. Pain 1: 33-45. 53. Craig, A.D., K. Chen, D. Bandy and E.M. Reiman (2000) Thermosensory activation of insular cortex. Nature Neuroscience 3: 184-190. 54. Craig, A.D. (2000) Response to Letters from A.V. Apkarian and from D.D. Price. J. Pain 1: 179-182. 55. Blomqvist, A. and A.D. Craig (2000) Is neuropathic pain caused by the activation of nociceptive-specific neurons due to anatomic sprouting in the dorsal horn? J.Comp.Neurol. 428: 1-4. 56. Andrew, D. and A.D. Craig (2001) Spinothalamic lamina I neurons selectively sensitive to histamine: a central neural pathway for itch. Nature Neuroscience 4: 72-77. 57. Craig, A.D. and J.O. Dostrovsky (2001) Differences in the projection targets of thermoreceptive and nociceptive lamina I trigeminothalamic and spinothalamic neurons in the cat. J. Neurophysiol. 86: 856-870. 58. Craig, A.D., K. Krout, and D. Andrew (2001) Quantitative response characteristics of thermoreceptive and nociceptive lamina I spinothalamic neurons in the cat. J.Neurophysiol. 86: 1459-1480. 59. Andrew, D. and A.D. Craig (2001) Spinothalamic lamina I neurones selectively responsive to cutaneous warming in cats. J.Physiol. (Lond) 537: 489-495. 60. Wilson, L.B., D. Andrew, and A. D. Craig (2002) Activation of spinobulbar lamina I neurons by static muscle contraction. J. Neurophysiol. 87: 1641-1645. 61. Andrew, D. and A.D. Craig (2002) Responses of spinothalamic lamina I neurons to maintained noxious mechanical stimulation in the cat. J. Neurophysiol. 87: 1889-1901. 62. Craig, A.D. and D. Andrew (2002) Responses of spinothalamic lamina I neurons to repeated brief contact heat stimulation in the cat. J. Neurophysiol. 87: 1902-1914. 63. Craig, A.D. and A. Blomqvist (2002) Is there a specific lamina I spino-thalamo-cortical pathway for pain and temperature sensations in primates? J. Pain 3: 95-101. 64. Morin, C., M.C. Bushnell, M.B. Luskin, and A.D. Craig (2002) Disruption of thermal perception in a multiple sclerosis patient with central pain. Clin. J. Pain 18: 191-5. 65. Craig, A.D., E.-T. Zhang, and A. Blomqvist (2002) Association of spinothalamic lamina I neurons and their ascending axons with calbindin immunoreactivity in monkey and human. Pain 97: 105-115. 66. Craig, A.D. (2002) How do you feel? Interoception: the sense of the physiological condition of the body. Nat. Rev. Neurosci. 3: 655-666. 67. Andrew, D. and A.D. Craig (2002) Quantitative responses of spinothalamic lamina I neurones to graded mechanical stimulation in the cat. J. Physiol. (London) 545.3: 913-931. 68. Craig, A.D. (2003) Pain mechanisms: labeled lines versus convergence in central processing. Ann. Rev. Neurosci. 26:1-30.
  • 16. 69. Andrew, D., K.E. Krout, and A.D. Craig (2003) Differentiation of lamina I spinomedullary and spinothalamic neurons in the cat. J. Comp. Neurol. 458: 257-271. 70. Beggs, J., S. Jordan, A.-C. Ericson, A. Blomqvist, and A.D. Craig (2003) Synaptology of trigemino- and spino-thalamic lamina I terminations in the posterior ventral medial nucleus of the macaque. J. Comp. Neurol. 459: 334-354. 71. Craig, A.D. (2003) A new view of pain as a homeostatic emotion. Trends Neurosci. 26: 303-307. 72. Ito, S.I. and A.D. Craig (2003) Vagal input to lateral area 3a in cat cortex. J.Neurophysiol. 90: 143-54. 73. Craig, A.D. (2003) Interoception: the sense of the physiological condition of the body. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol. 13: 500-505. 74. Craig, A.D. (2003) Distribution of trigeminothalamic and spinothalamic lamina I terminations in the cat. Somatosens. Motor Res. 20: 209-222. 75. Craig, A.D. (2004) Human feelings: why are some more aware than others? Trends Cognit. Sci. 8: 239-241. 76. Craig, A.D. (2004) Lamina I, but not lamina V, spinothalamic neurons exhibit responses that correspond with burning pain. J. Neurophysiol. 92: 2604-2609. 77. Craig, A.D. (2004) Distribution of trigemino- and spino-thalamic lamina I terminations in the macaque monkey. J. Comp. Neurol. 477: 119-148. 78. Hua, L.H., Strigo, I.A., Baxter, L.C., Johnson, S.C., and A.D. Craig (2005) Antero- posterior somatotopy of innocuous cooling activation focus in human dorsal posterior insular cortex. Amer. J. Physiol. Regul. Integr. Comp. Physiol. 289: R319-R325. 79. Brooks,J.C.W., Zambreanu, L., Godinez,A., Craig, A.D., and I. Tracey (2005) Somatotopic organisation of the human insula to painful heat studied with high resolution functional imaging. Neuroimage 27: 201-209. 80. Ito, S.-I. and A. D. Craig (2005) Vagal evoked activity in the parafascicular nucleus of the primate thalamus. J. Neurophysiol. 94: 2976-2982 81. Craig, A. D. (2005) Forebrain emotional asymmetry: a neuroanatomical basis? Trends in Cognitive Sciences 9: 566-571. (cover art) 82. Craig, A.D. (2005) How are feelings represented in the human brain? BNI Quarterly 21(3): 14-18. 83. Craig, A.D. and E.T. Zhang (2006) Retrograde analyses of spinothalamic projections in the macaque monkey: input to posterolateral thalamus. J. Comp. Neurol. 499: 953-964. 84. Craig, A.D. (2006) Retrograde analyses of spinothalamic projections in the macaque monkey: input to ventral posterior nuclei. J. Comp. Neurol. 499: 965-978. 85. Keep, M.F., Mastrofrancesco L., Craig, A.D., and L. S. Ashby (2006) Gamma Knife radiosurgery targeting the centromedian nucleus of the thalamus for the palliative treatment of thalamic pain. J. Neurosurgery (Suppl) 105: 222-228. (cover art)
  • 17. 86. Mayer, E.A., Naliboff, B.N. and A.D. Craig (2006) Neuroimaging of the brain gut axis: from basic understanding to treatment of functional GI disorders. Gastroenterology 131: 1925-1942. 87. Baumgärtner, U., Tiede, W., Treede, R.-D. and A.D. Craig (2006) Laser-evoked potentials are graded and somatotopically organized anteroposteriorly in the operculo-insular cortex of anesthetized monkeys. J. Neurophysiol. 96: 2802-2808. 88. Ito, S.-I. and A.D. Craig (2008) Striatal projections of the vagal-responsive region of the thalamic parafascicular nucleus in macaque monkeys. J. Comp. Neurol. 506: 301-327. 89. Strigo, I.A., Simmons, A.N., Matthews, S.C., Craig, A.D. and Paulus, M.P. (2008) Increased affective bias during graded heat stimulation in young depressed adults: evidence of "emotional allodynia". Psychosom. Med. 70: 338-344. 90. Evrard, H.C. and Craig, A.D. (2008) Retrograde analysis of the cerebellar projections to the posteroventral part of the ventral lateral thalamic nucleus in the macaque monkey. J. Comp. Neurol. 508: 286-314. 91. Craig, A.D. (2008) Retrograde analyses of spinothalamic projections in the macaque monkey: input to the ventral lateral nucleus. J. Comp. Neurol. 508: 315-328. 92. Craig, A.D. (2008) Can the basis for central neuropathic pain be identified by using a thermal grill? Pain 135: 215-216. 93. Strigo, I.A., Simmons, A.N., Matthews, S.C., Craig, A.D., and Paulus, M.P. (2008) Major depressive disorder is associated with altered functional brain response during anticipation and processing of heat pain. Arch Gen Psych 65: 1275-1284. 94. Craig, A. D. (2009) How do you feel -- now? The anterior insula and human awareness. Nat. Rev. Neurosci. 10: 59-70. 95. Craig, A.D. (2009) Dis-embodied hallucinatory voices: comment on Sommer et al., 2008 Brain 131, 3169–77. Brain; doi: 10.1093/brain/awp038. 96. Craig, A. D. (2009) Emotional moments across time: a possible neural basis for time perception in the anterior insula. Phil Trans B Royal Soc 364: 1933-1942. 97. Goldstein, R.Z., Craig, A.D., Bechara, A., Garavan, H., Childress, A.R., Paulus, M.P., Volkow, N.R. (2009) The neurocircuitry of impaired insight in drug addiction. Trends in Neuroscience 13: 372-380. 98. Harris, R.E., Sundgren, P.C., Craig, A.D., Kirshenbaum, E., Sen, A., Napadow, V., and Clauw, D.J. (2009) Elevated insular glutamate (Glu) in fibromyalgia (FM) is associated with experimental pain. Arthritis and Rheumatism 60: 3146-3152. 99. Craig, A.D. (2009) A rat is not a monkey is not a human: comment on Mogil (Nature Rev. Neurosci. 10, 283–294 (2009)). Nat Rev. Neurosci. 10: 466. 100. Picard, F. and A. D. Craig (xxxx) Ecstatic seizures: a potential window on the neural basis for human self-awareness. Epilepsy and Behavior (in press). 100. Zautra, A., Fasman, R., Davis, M.C., and Craig, A.D. (xxxx) The effects of slow breathing on affective responses to pain stimuli: an experimental study. Pain (submitted)
  • 18. 101. Strigo, I., Simmons, A.N., Matthews, S.C., and Craig, A.D. (xxxx) Flirting with danger: the interplay between active coping and time-dependent passive amygdala activation during anticipation of pain. Nat. Neurosci. (submitted) 102. Evrard, H.C. and Craig, A.D. (xxxx) Retrograde analysis of the cerebellar projections to different portions of the ventrolateral nucleus and to the medial thalamic nuclei in the macaque monkey. J. Comp. Neurol. (submitted) 103. Strigo, I.A., Simmons, A.N., Matthews, S.C., Paulus, M.P., and Craig, A.D. (xxxx) Slow breathing facilitates activation of the left anterior insula by positive images. Neuroimage (submitted) B. Book Chapters 1. Burton, H. and A.D. Craig (1983) Spinothalamic projections in cat, raccoon and monkey: a study based on anterograde transport of horseradish peroxidase. In: G. Macchi, A. Rustioni and R. Spreafico (eds.), Somatosensory Integration in the Thalamus. Elsevier, New York; pp. 17-41. 2. Craig, A.D. and K.-D. Kniffki (1984) Response behaviour of feline lumbosacral spinothalamic lamina I neurones to muscular input. In: W. Hamann and A. Iggo (eds.), Sensory Receptor Mechanisms. World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore; pp. 283-292. 3. Craig, A.D. and K.-D. Kniffki (1985) The multiple representation of nociception in the spinothalamic projection of lamina I cells in the cat. In: M. Rowe and W.D. Willis (eds.) Development, Organization and Processing in Somatosensory Pathways . Alan Liss, New York; pp. 347-353. 4. Kniffki, K.-D. and A.D. Craig (1985) The distribution of nociceptive neurons in the cat's lateral thalamus: the dorsal and ventral periphery of VPL. In: M. Rowe and W.D. Willis (eds.), Development, Organization and Processing in Somatosensory Pathways . Alan Liss, New York; pp. 375-382. 5. Mense, S., A.D. Craig, E. Lehmann-Willenbrock, and H. Meyer (1985) Neurobiology of thin muscle afferents. In: M. Rowe and W.D. Willis (eds.) Development, Organization and Processing in Somatosensory Pathways. Alan Liss, New York; pp. 299-308. 6. Tapper, D.N., A.D. Craig, and P.B. Brown (1985) Information transfer across the (lamina 3, 4: SA 1, X) network in the dorsal horn of cat. In: M. Rowe and W.D. Willis (eds.), Development, Organization and Processing in Somatosensory Pathways . Alan Liss, New York; pp. 131-140. 7. Craig, A.D. and K.-D. Kniffki (1985) Spino-thalamo-cortical mechanisms of nociception. In: K.N. Sharma and U. Nayar (eds.) Current Trends in Pain Research and Therapy, Vol. I, Basic Mechanisms and Clinical Applications. Pauls Press, New Delhi; pp. 65-77.
  • 19. 8. Craig, A.D., Jr. (1987) Medial thalamus and nociception: the nucleus submedius. In: J.M. Besson, G. Guilbaud, and M. Peschanski (eds.), Thalamus and Pain. Elsevier, Amsterdam; pp. 227-243. 9. Schaible, H.-G., B. Heppelmann, A.D. Craig, and R.F. Schmidt (1989) Spinal termination of primary afferents of the cat's knee joint. In: F. Cervero, G.J. Bennett, and P.M. Headley (eds.), Processing of Sensory Information in the Superficial Dorsal Horn of the Spinal Cord. Plenum, New York; pp. 89-93. 10. Craig, A.D. (1991) Supraspinal pathways and mechanisms relevant to central pain. In: K.L. Casey (ed.), Pain and Central Nervous System Disease: The Central Pain Syndromes. Raven Press, New York; pp. 157-170. 11. Blomqvist, A., and A.D. Craig, Jr. (1991) Organization of spinal and trigeminal input to PAG. In: A. Depaulis and R. Bandler (eds.), The Midbrain Periaqueductal Gray Matter: Functional, Anatomical and Neurochemical Organization. Plenum Press, New York; pp. 345-363. 12. Craig, A.D. (1994) Spinal and supraspinal processing of specific pain and temperature. In: J. Boivie, P. Hansson and U. Lindblom (eds.), Touch, Temperature, and Pain in Health and Disease: Mechanisms and Assessments. Progress in Pain Research and Management, Vol. 3, IASP Press, Seattle: pp. 421-437. 13. Craig, A.D. (1995) Supraspinal projections of lamina I neurons. In: J.-M. Besson, G. Guilbaud, and H. Ollat (eds.), Forebrain Areas Involved in Pain Processing . John Libbey Eurotext, Montrouge: pp 13-26. 14. Craig, A.D. (1996) Pain, temperature, and the sense of the body. In: Franzen, O., Johannson, R., and Terenius, L. (eds.) Somesthesis and the Neurobiology of the Somatosensory Cortex. Birkhäuser, Basel: pp 27-39. 15. Craig, A.D. (1996) A general homeostatic afferent pathway originating in lamina I. In: G. Holstege, C. Saper, and R. Bandler (eds.), The Emotional Motor System. Progress in Brain Research, vol. 107. Elsevier, New York: pp. 225-242. 16. Craig, A.D. and J.O. Dostrovsky (1997) Processing of nociceptive information at supraspinal levels. In: T.L. Yaksh, M. Maze, et al. (ed.), Anesthesia: Biologic Foundations. Lippincott- Raven, Philadelphia: pp. 625-642. 17. Craig, A.D. and J.O. Dostrovsky (1999) Medulla and thalamus. In: P.D. Wall and R. Melzack (eds), Textbook of Pain, Fourth Edition. Lea & Fibiger, Philadelphia: pp 183-214. 18. Craig, A.D. (1999) Functional anatomy of supraspinal pain processing with reference to the central pain syndrome. In: M. Max (ed.), Pain 1999 - an updated review. IASP Press, Seattle: pp. 87-98. 19. Craig, A.D. and L.S. Sorkin (2000) Pain and analgesia. In: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences . Nature Publishing Group, London: www.els.net. 20. Craig, A.D. (2000) The functional anatomy of lamina I and its role in post-stroke central pain. Progress in Brain Research, vol 129, pp 137-151.
  • 20. 21. Craig, A.D. (2002) Pain. In: Encyclopedia of the Human Brain . Academic Press, New York; vol 3, pp 751-761. 22. Craig, A. D. (2002) Commentary on “Physiologic Anatomy of Nociception” by Thomas K. Baumann, Ph.D. In: K. J. Burchiel (ed.), Surgical Management of Pain. Thieme Medical Publishers, New York; pp. 21-24. 23. Craig, A.D. (2002) New and old thoughts on the mechanisms of pain following spinal cord injury. In: R. Yezierski and K. J. Burchiel (eds.), Spinal Cord Injury Pain: Assessment, Mechanisms, and Treatment. IASP Press, Seattle; pp. 237-261. 24. Craig, A.D. (2003) Neural basis of pain and analgesia. In: L. Nadel (ed.), Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science, vol. 3. Nature Publishing Group, London; pp. 436-443. 25. Craig, A.D. (2003) Specificity and integration in central pain pathways. In: J.O. Dostrovsky, D.B. Carr, and M. Koltzenburg (eds.), Proceedings of the 10th World Congress on Pain . IASP Press, Seattle; pp. 197-212. 26. Craig, A.D. (2003) Pain as an interoceptive aspect of homeostasis. In: E. Kalso (ed.), Psyche, Soma, and Pain. Gyllenberg Press, Helsinki: pp 161-172. 27. Craig, A.D. (2004) Insights from the thermal grill on the nature of pain in humans. In: H. Handwerker and K. Brune (eds.), Hyperalgesias: Molecular Mechanisms and Clinical Implications . IASP Press, Seattle, pp. 311-328. 28. Craig, A.D. and L.S. Sorkin (2004) Pain and analgesia. (updated) In: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. Nature Publishing Group, London. 29. Craig, A.D. (2004) Mapping pain in the brain. London Science Museum exhibit and Wellcome Trust website: www.wellcome.ac.uk/en/pain/microsite/science2.html. 30. Dostrovsky, J.O. and A.D. Craig (2005) Ascending projection systems. In: S. McMahon and M. Koltzenburg (eds), Textbook of Pain, Fifth Edition. Lea & Fibiger, Philadelphia, pp. 187-204. 31. Craig, A.D. and L.S. Sorkin (2005) Pain and analgesia. (updated) In: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. Nature Publishing Group, London: www.els.net. 32. Craig, A.D. (2006) Physical activity and the neurobiology of interoception. In: E. Acevedo and P. Ekkekakis (eds.) Psychobiology of Physical Activity. Human Kinetics, Champaign, IL, pp 15-28. 33. Craig, A.D. (2006) Evolution of Pain Pathways. In: J. H. Kaas (ed.), Evolution of Nervous Systems. Academic Press, Oxford; vol. 3, pp. 227-236. 34. Craig, A.D. (2007) Mechanisms of thalamic pain. In: J. L. Henry, A Panju, and K. Yashpal (eds.), Central Neuropathic Pain: Focus on Poststroke Pain. IASP Press, Seattle, WA; pp. 81-100. 35. Craig, A.D. (2008) Interoception and Emotion: a neuroanatomical perspective. Ch 16 in: Lewis, M., Haviland-Jones, J.M., and L. F. Barrett (eds.), Handbook of Emotions, Third Edition . Guilford Publications, New York; pp. 272-288. 36. Craig, A. D. (2008) Thermoreception. In: Encyclopedia Brittanica. Encyclopædia Britannica Online.29 Dec. 2008 <http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/591718/thermoreception>. 37. Craig, A.D. (2009) Temperature Sensation. In: L.R. Squire (ed.), Encyclopedia of
  • 21. Neuroscience, vol. 9. Oxford: Academic Press, Oxford; pp. 903-907. 38. Dostrovsky, J.O. and Craig, A.D. (2009) The thalamus and nociceptive processing. In: A. I. Basbaum and M. C. Bushnell (eds.), Science of Pain. Academic Press, San Diego, pp. 635-654. 39. Craig, A.D. (2009) The insular cortex and subjective awareness. In: G.P. Prigatano (ed.), Advances in the Study of Anosognosia. Oxford University Press, Oxford; (in press). C. Abstracts 1. Wiesenfeld, Z., A.D. Craig, Jr., and D.N. Tapper (1975) Conduction properties of Type I skin afferent fibers. Soc. Neurosci. Abs. 1:144. 2. Craig, A.D., Jr. (1976) Sources of afferents to the lateral cervical nucleus in cat and dog. Soc. Neurosci. Abs. 2:931. 3. Craig, A.D., Jr. and D.N. Tapper (1977) Nonlinear analysis of dorsal horn cells. Soc. Neurosci. Abs. 3:500. 4. Craig, A.D., Jr. and H. Burton (1978) Topographic organization of the lateral cervical nucleus in cat. Soc. Neurosci. Abs. 4:549. 5. Craig, A.D. and H. Burton (1979) Spinothalamic terminations in the ventroposterolateral nucleus of the cat. Soc. Neurosci. Abs. 5:705. 6. Craig, A.D., Jr. and H. Burton (1980) Marginal zone projection to nucleus submedius in the medial thalamus of the cat: a possible pain center. Soc. Neurosci. Abs. 6:430. 7. Craig, A.D., Jr., S.J. Wiegand, and J.L. Price (1981) The cortical projection of nucleus submedius in the cat. Soc. Neurosci. Abs. 7:534. 8. Craig, A.D. and K.-D. Kniffki (1982) Spinothalamic lumbosacral lamina I cells responding to algesic muscle stimulation in the cat. Pfluegers Arch. 394:R57. 9. Craig, A.D. and K.-D. Kniffki (1982) Lumbosacral lamina I cells projecting to medial and/or lateral thalamus in the cat. Soc. Neurosci. Abs. 8:95. 10. Kniffki, K.-D., A.D. Craig, and K.J. Berkley (1983) Nociceptive neurones in cytoarchitecturally identifiable regions in the ventrolateral periphery of the cat's ventroposterolateral nucleus. Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Arch. Pharmacol. 322:R98. 11. Craig, A.D., R. Dunst, K.-D. Kniffki, and S. Sailer (1983) A topographically inverted somatic representation dorsal to VB in the dorsal part of the posterior complex of the cat. Neurosci. Lett. Suppl. 14 S 78. 12. Kniffki, K.-D. and A.D. Craig (1983) Response behavior of feline lumbosacral spinothalamic lamina I neurones. Proc. Int. Physiol. Sci. 15:106. 13. Mense, S. and A.D. Craig (1983) The spinal distribution of afferent fibers from the gastrocnemius-soleus muscle in the cat. Proc. Int. Physiol. Sci. 15:107. 14. Craig, A.D., R. Dunst, and K.-D. Kniffki (1984) Topographic distribution of somatosensory neurones dorsal to the cat's ventroposterior nuclei. Pfluegers Arch. 400:R16. 15. Craig, A.D. and K.-D. Kniffki (1984) Cortical projection of nociceptive neurons in the paralaminar zone of the cat's ventroposterolateral nucleus. Soc. Neurosci. Abs. 10:798.
  • 22. 16. Kniffki, K.-D. and A.D. Craig (1984) Differential cortical projection of the paralaminar zone of the cat's ventroposterolateral (VPL) nucleus. Pfluegers Arch. 402:R37. 17. Craig, A.D., H. Hebestreit, and K.-D. Kniffki (1985) Topographic organization of the cortical projection of the paralaminar zone of the ventroposterolateral nucleus to area 3a in the cat. Neurosci. Lett. Suppl. 22:S424 (1985 ENA meetings). 18. Craig, A.D. (1985) Thalamic terminations of lamina I dorsal horn neurons in the cat observed with the Phaseolus vulgaris leucoagglutinin (PHA-L) anterograde transport method. Soc. Neurosci. Abs. 11:577. 19. Craig, A.D. and K.-D. Kniffki (1986) The paralaminar zone of the cat's ventroposterolateral (VPL) nucleus: physiological and anatomical evidence of topographic organization. Proc. Int. Physiol. Sci. 16:328. 20. Hebestreit, H., A.D. Craig, and K.-D. Kniffki (1987) Neurones in the ventral periphery of the cat's thalamic ventroposterolateral nucleus (VPL): responses to non-noxious and noxious stimulation and cortical projections. Pflueger's Arch. 408:R59. 21. Craig, A.D., B. Heppelmann, and H.-G. Schaible (1987) The spinal projection of the medial and posterior articular nerve of cat's knee. Pflueger's Arch. 408:R53. 22. Linington, A., A.D. Craig, and K.-D. Kniffki (1987) Origin and projection of the cat's spinothalamic tract: a retrograde fluorescent double-labeling study. Neuroscience Suppl. 22:S790 (IBRO) 23. Craig, A.D., B. Heppelman, and H.-G. Schaible (1987) Projection pattern of the primary afferent neurones of cat's knee joint in dorsal root ganglia and spinal cord. Anesthetist 36:381. 24. Craig, A.D., Jr., A. Linington, and K.-D. Kniffki (1987) Collateral spinothalamic tract projections to medial and/or lateral thalamus examined with multiple retrograde fluorescent labeling in the cat. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 13:581. 25. Craig, A.D., Jr. (1988) Cervical lamina I spinothalamic projections in the cat. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 14:120. 26. Craig, A.D., J.O Dostrovsky, K.-D. Kniffki, and T.J. Morrow (1989) Multiple sites of integration of nociception in the thalamus. American Pain Soc. Abstr. 8:75. 27. Craig, A.D., Jr. (1989) Ascending lamina I axons in the cat are concentrated in the middle of the lateral funiculus. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 15:1190. 28. Craig, A.D., (1990) Nociceptive neurons in the nucleus submedius (Sm) in the medial thalamus of the cat. Pain Suppl. 5:S492. 29. Craig, A.D., (1990) Lumbosacral lamina I spinothalamic projections labeled with PHAL in the cat. Eur. J. Neurosci. Suppl. 3:287. 30. Blomquist, A., J. Broman, and A.D. Craig, Jr. (1990) A lamina I projection to the lateral cervical nucleus of the cat. Eur. J. Neurosci. Suppl. 3:290. 31. Blomqvist, A., J. Broman, and A.D. Craig, Jr. (1990) Lamina I terminations in the lateral cervical nucleus in the cat do not contain substance P. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 16:704. 32. Craig, A.D. (1990) Lamina I trigeminothalamic projections in the monkey. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 16:1144.
  • 23. 33. Dostrovsky, J.O., and A.D. Craig (1990) Antidromic identification of "cold"-specific lamina I cell terminations in the cat thalamus. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 16:224. 34. Dostrovsky, J.O., A.D. Craig, V. Miletic, and G.H. Duncan (1990) The medial thalamus and nociception: new insights from physiology. American Pain Soc. Abstr. 9:41. 35. Hunsley, S.B., and A.D. Craig (1990) Innocuous thermoreceptive responses of lamina I spinothalamic tract neurons are enhanced by morphine. American Pain Soc. Abstr. 9:68 36. Blomqvist, A., A.-C. Ericson, J. Broman, and A.D. Craig (1991) Ultrastructure of lamina I terminals in nucleus submedius of the cat. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 17:1205. 37. Dostrovsky, J.O., and A.D. Craig (1991) Primary projection targets of thermoreceptive lamina I trigeminothalamic and spinothalamic cells in the cat. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 17:623. 38. Craig, A.D., and S.J. Hunsley (1991) Morphine enhances the activity of thermoreceptive- specific lamina I spinothalamic neurons in the cat. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 17:111. 39. Craig, A.D. (1991) Lamina I trigeminothalamic and spinothalamic terminations in the monkey. American Pain Soc. Abstr. 10:48. 40. Blomqvist,A., A.-C. Ericson, J. Broman, and A.D. Craig (1992) Spinothalamic tract terminals in the cat's nucleus submedius are presynaptic to GABA-immunoreactive local circuit neurons. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 18:832. 41. Ericson, A.-C., A. Blomqvist, A.D. Craig, O.P. Ottersen, and J. Broman (1992) Enrishcment of glutamate-like immunoreactivity in spinothalamic tract terminals in the nucleus submedius of the cat. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 18:832. 42. Serrano, L. and A.D. Craig (1992) Effects of systemic morphine on lamina I neurons in the cat. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 18:1023. 43. Craig, A.D. (1992) Organization of lamina I terminations in the posterior thalamus of the cynomolgus monkey. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 18:385. 44. Serrano, L. and A.D. Craig (1992) Effects of systemic morphine on lamina I neurons in the cat. American Pain Soc. Abstr. 11:233. 45. Craig, A.D. (Bud) and M.C. Bushnell (1993) The thermal grill illusion: a unique tool for studying pain and temperature sensation. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 19:1573. 46. Bushnell, M.C. and A.D. (Bud) Craig (1993) Nociceptive- and thermoreceptive-specific neurons in a discrete region of the monkey lateral thalamus. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 19:1073. 47. Zhang, E.-T., Z.-S. Han and A.D. (Bud) Craig (1993) Morphological types of retrogradely labeled lamina I spinothalamic neurons in the cat. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 19:1571. 48. Han, Z.-S., and A.D. (Bud) Craig (1993) Effects of local morphine on lamina I spinothalamic neurons in the cat. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 19:109. 49. Dostrovsky, J.O. and A.D. (Bud) Craig (1993) Antidromic identification of nociceptive lamina I cell terminations in the cat thalamus. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 19:1572. 50. Norrsell, U. and A.D. (Bud) Craig (1993) Thermosensory discrimination by cats with specific thalamic lesions. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 19:517. 51. Westlund, K. and A.D. (Bud) Craig (1993) Spinal cord lamina I terminations in brainstem catecholamine cell groups. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 19:517.
  • 24. 52. Craig, A.D. (Bud), A.D. Loewy, R.F. Schmidt, W. Jänig, A. Randich, and R. Burstein (1993) Symposium. Integration in central somato-visceral processing. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 19:609. 53. Han, Z.-S. and A.D. (Bud) Craig (1993) Effects of local morphine on lamina I spinothalamic neurons in the cat. Amer. Pain Soc. Abstr. 12:A63. 54. Craig, A.D., E.-T. Zhang, and A. Blomqvist (1994) Immunohistochemical identification of a putative specific pain and temperature relay in human thalamus. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 20:1572. 55. Han, Z.-S. and A.D. Craig (1994) Morphological characteristics of physiologically identified lamina I cells in cats. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 20:547. 56. Zhang, E.-T. and A.D. Craig (1994) Longitudinal distribution of morphological types of retrogradely labeled lamina I spinothalamic (STT) neurons in the cat. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 20:548. 57. Ericson, A.-C., A.D. Craig, and A. Blomqvist (1994) Three-dimensional visualization of lamina I terminations in nucleus submedius of the cat. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 20:547. 58. Bushnell, M.C., A.D. Craig, K.C. Kajander, M.C. Rowbotham, and D.A. Simone (1994) Cold sensation: new findings from basic and clinical research. Amer. Pain Soc. Abstr. 20:A21. 59. Craig, A.D., K. Krout, and E.T. Zhang (1995) Cortical projections of VMpo, a specific pain and temperature relay in primate thalamus. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 21:1165. 60. Zhang, E.T., and A.D. Craig (1995) Morphological classes of retrogradely labeled lamina I spinothalamic neurons in the monkey. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 21:645. 61. Dostrovsky, J.O., and A.D. Craig (1995) A spino-thalamo-cortical cold specific pathway in the monkey. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 21:109. 62. Blomqvist, A., E.T. Zhang, and A.D. Craig (1995) A thermoreceptive sub-region of lamina I in n. caudalis of the owl monkey. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 21:108. 63. Bushnell, M.C., A.D. Craig, E.M. Reiman, L.S. Yun, and A. Evans (1995) Cerebral activation in the human brain by pain, temperature and an illusion of pain. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 21:1637. 64. Zhang, E.-T. and A.D. Craig (1996) Lamina I neurons are the source of spinothalamic input to VMpo, a specific nucleus for pain and temperature in primate thalamus. IASP Abstr. 8:450. 65. Krout, K., and A.D. Craig (1996) Retrograde identification of lamina I neurons that project to the caudal ventrolateral medulla (CVLM) in the cat. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 22:863. 66. Dostrovsky, J.O., and A.D. Craig (1996) Nociceptive neurons in primate insular cortex. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 22:111. 67. Craig, A.D., and E.-T. Zhang (1996) Anterior cingulate projection from MDvc (a lamina I spinothalamic target in the medial thalamus of the monkey). Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 22:111. 68. Zhang, E.-T., and A.D. Craig (1996) Origin of spinothalamic input to VMpo in the monkey. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 22:109. 69. Casey, K.L., A.D. Craig, G. Duncan, M. Gabriel, and B.L. Whitsel (1996) Symposium: pain and the cerebral cortex. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 22:256
  • 25. 70. Craig, A.D. (1997) The primate MDvc contains nociceptive neurons. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 23:1012. 71. Zhang, E.-T., and A.D. Craig (1997) Calbindin double labeling of lamina I STT cells. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 23:1804. 72. Zhang, E.-T., and A.D. Craig (1998) Spinal afferent input to MDvc in the monkey. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 24: 1128. 73. Craig, A.D., E.-T. Zhang, and A. Blomqvist (1998) Immunohistochemical identification of ascending lamina I axons in the lateral spinothalamic tract. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 24: 387. 74. Yu, X.H., E.T. Zhang, R. Shigemoto, A.D. Craig, A. Ribeiro-da-Silva, and Y. De Koninck (1998) NK-1 receptor immunostaining of different morphological types of lamina I neurons in primate spinal cord. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 24: 390. 75. Morin, C., M.C. Bushnell, A.D. Craig, and M.B. Luskin (1998) Absence of thermal grill illusion in a central pain patient. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 24: 1387. 76. Blomqvist, A., E.-T. Zhang, and A.D. Craig (1998) Immunocytochemical characterization of VMpo in the human thalamus. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 24: 1129. 77. Andrew, D. and A.D. Craig (1999) Responses of cat lamina I spinothalamic tract (STT) cells to tonic noxious mechanical stimuli. 9th IASP World Congress on Pain. 78. Craig, A.D. and D. Andrew (1999) Responses of lamina I spinothalamic neurons to repeated brief contact heat stimuli. 9th IASP World Congress on Pain. 79. Zhang, E.-T. A. Blomqvist, and A.D. Craig (1999) Location of ascending lamina I and lamina V spinothalamic tract axons in the monkey. 9th IASP World Congress on Pain. 80. Norrsell, U. and A. D. Craig (1999) Behavioural consequences of lesions of a thermosensory spinothalamic pathway and its thalamic terminations sites in the cat. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 25: 146. 81. Craig, A.D. and D. Andrew (1999) Lamin I spinothalamic neurons display temporal summation to repeated brief contact heat stimuli. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 25: 148. 82. Andrew, D. and A.D. Craig (1999) Histamine-selective lamina I spinothalamic tract neurons. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 25: 149. 83. Zhang, E.-T. and A.D. Craig (1999) Cortical projections of regions neighboring VMpo in the posterior thalamus of the macaque monkey. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 25: 693. 84. Craig, A.D., K. Chen, D. Bandy and E.M. Reiman (2000) Identification of human thermosensory cortex. FASEB 2000 meeting. 85. Craig, A.D. (2000) The thermosensory disinhibition hypothesis of central pain. Second Spring Pain Research Conference. 86. Craig, A.D., Chen, K., Bandy, D., and Reiman, E.M. (2000) Thermosensory cortex is involved in cortical lesions that cause central pain. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 26: 443. 87. Andrew, D. and Craig, A.D. (2000) Lamina I spinothalamic and spinobulbar neurons are anatomically distinct. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 26: 433. 88. Craig, A.D. and D. Andrew (2001) A central neural pathway for itch. J.Pain 2(2, Supple 1): 32 (Am.Pain Soc.).
  • 26. 89. Craig, A.D., K. Krout, and D. Andrew (2001) Quantitative response characteristics of spinothalamic lamina I neurons. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 27: 2461. 90. Andrew, D. and A.D. Craig (2001) The encoding of noxious mechanical stimuli by spinothalamic lamina I neurons. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 27: 734. 91. Andrew, D. and A.D. Craig (2002) Temperature encoding by warming-specific spinothalamic lamina I neurons. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. online 259.2. 92. Ito, S. and A.D. Craig (2002) Vagal activation of lateral area 3a in cats. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. online 650.19. 93. Craig, A.D., J. Beggs, A.C. Ericson, S. Jordan, A. Blomqvist. (2003) Ultrastructural evidence that VMpo is a thalamocortical relay nucleus. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. online 653.13. 94. Craig, A.D. (2003) Comparison of laminae I and V STT neurons in the monkey with human second pain sensation. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. online 260.13. 95. Ito, S. and A.D. Craig (2003) Visceral region in the basal part of the monkey ventromedial thalamic nucleus revealed with vagal evoked potential. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. online 60.3. 96. Craig, A.D. (2004) Comparison of monkey laminae I and V STT cells with human pain sensation. J. Pain 5(Supple. 1): 678. 97. Craig, A., A. Light, C. Belmonte, M. Kress, M. Kaufman, and M. Bushnell (2004) C-fibers are not just for pain anymore. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. online 128. 98. Ito, S.I., and A.D. Craig (2004) Ultralate component of the vagal evoked potential in the middle-rostral part of the monkey ventromedial thalamic nucleus. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. online 640.2. 99. Craig, A.D., L. Hua, L. Baxter, and S. Johnson (2004) Identification of topography in human discriminative thermosensory cortex with fMRI. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. online 642.2. 100. Carey, E., and A.D. Craig (2004) Lamina V, but few lamina I, STT neurons are retrogradely labeled from VPL with CTb in the macaque monkey. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. online 291.10. 101. Ito, S.-I., and A.D. Craig (2005) Forebrain projections of the vagal responsive site in the thalamic parafascicular nucleus in monkeys. Program No. 305.2 2005 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2005. Online. 102. Craig, A.D., and R. Treede (2005) Laser-evoked potentials in the anesthetized macaque monkey. Program No. 53.3. 2005 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2005. Online. 103. Strigo, I., Paulus, M.P., Matthews, S., Simmons, A.N., and Craig, A.D. (2005) The role of distraction in pain perception. IASP Abstracts; Sydney, Australia. 104. Craig, A.D., Baumgärtner, U., Tiede, W., and R.-D. Treede. (2006) Laser-evoked potentials in the anesthestized macaque monkey are graded and somatotopically organized. Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2006. Online 141.2. 105. Ito, S., and A.D. Craig. (2006) Forebrain projections from different portions of the vagal responsive region in the thalamic parafascicular nucleus in monkeys. Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2006. Online 166.9.
  • 27. 106. Strigo, I., Simmons, A.N., Craig, A.D., and M.P. Paulus. (2006) Breathing and bold fMRI: watch out. Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2006. Online 488.19. 107. Evrard, H.C., and A.D. Craig. (2006) Retrograde analysis of topography in monkey cerebellothalamic projections. Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2006. Online 740.11. 108. IA Strigo, AN Simmons, SC Matthews, MP Paulus, AD Craig. Neural activation during paced breathing. NeuroImage 31(S1): S90 (116 T- PM). 109. Evrard, H.C. and A.D. Craig (2007) Retrograde analysis of cerebellar inputs to ventrolateral, intralaminar and midline thalamic nuclei in macaque monkeys. Society for Neuroscience, 2007, Online Planner 512.18. 110. Strigo, I. Simmons, A.N., Matthews, S.C., Paulus, M.P., and A. D. Craig (2007) Do something: attenuation of amygdala activation by cognitive load during anticipation of pain. Society for Neuroscience, 2007, Online Planner 825.28. 111. Huang, J., and A. D. Craig (2007) Intracortical recordings of pain-related laser evoked potentials in operculoinsular cortex of the anesthetized macaque monkey. Society for Neuroscience, 2007, Online Planner 70.23. 112. Craig, A.D, Short, C., Sherwood, C.C., Hof, P.R. (2007) Allometric comparison of VMpo across primates. Society for Neuroscience, 2007, Online Planner 70.24. 113. Ito, S.-I., and A. D. Craig (2007) Afferent projections to the vagus-responsive region of the thalamic parafascicular nucleus in monkeys. Society for Neuroscience, 2007, Online Planner 417.11. 114. Huang, J. and Craig, A.D. (2008) Multiple laser evoked potential sources in the neighborhood of the operculoinsular cortex of the anesthetized macaque monkey. Program No. 369.23. 2008 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2008. Online. 115. Ito, S.I. and Craig, A.D. (2008) Thalamocortical projections of the vagus-responsive region of the basal part of the ventral medial nucleus in monkeys . Progam No. 364.10. 2008 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2008. Online. 116. Craig, A. D. (2008) Retrograde analysis of spinothalamic projections to the ventral lateral nucleus in the macaque monkey. Program No. 370.6. 2008 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2008. Online. 117. Ho, H.-N., and Craig, A.D. (2009) Cooling of a non-stimulated skin site due to activation of sympathetic cutaneous vasoconstrictors. 3rd International Symposium on Physiology and Pharmacology of Temperature Regulation, July 23-26, Matsue, Japan.. 118. Evrard, H.C., Augath, M., Baumgaertner, U., Craig, A.D., Treede, R.-D., Logothetis, N.K. (2009) Graded cooling of the skin activates the insular cortex in the anesthetized macaque monkey. Program No. 854.8. 2009 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Chicago, IL: Society for Neuroscience, 2009. Online.