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PRE-PRINTS
  1. Wartolowska K, Bulte D, Chappell M, Jenkinson M, Okell T, Webster T, Carr AJ. Using Arterial Spin Labelling to Investigate Spontaneous and Evoked Ongoing Musculoskeletal Pain. bioRxiv
PUBLISHED PAPERS
  1. Kluzek S, Dean B, Wartolowska K. Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) as proof of treatment efficacy. BMJ Evidence Based Medicine 2021
  2. Lewis GN, Wartolowska K, Parker RS, Sharma S, Rice DA, Kluger M, McNair PJ. A higher grey matter density in the amygdala and midbrain is associated with persistent pain following total knee arthroplasty. Pain Medicine 2021; 21(12): 3393–3400
  3. Beard DJ, Rees JL, Cook JA, Rombach I, Cooper C, Merritt N, Shirkey BA, Donovan JL, Gwilym S, Savulescu J, Moser J, Gray A, Jepson M, Tracey I, Judge A, Wartolowska K, Carr AJ. CSAW Study Group. Arthroscopic subacromial decompression for subacromial shoulder pain (CSAW): a multicentre, pragmatic, parallel group, placebo-controlled, three-group, randomised surgical trial. Lancet 2018;391:329-338
  4. Beard D, Rees J, Rombach I, Cooper C, Cook J, Merritt N, Gray A, Gwilym S, Judge A, Savulescu J, Moser J, Donovan J, Jepson M, Wilson C, Tracey I, Wartolowska K, Dean B, Carr A and CSAW Study Group. The CSAW Study (Can Shoulder Arthroscopy Work?) - a placebo-controlled surgical intervention trial assessing the clinical and cost effectiveness of arthroscopic subacromial decompression for shoulder pain: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials 2015;16:210
  5. Wanigasekera V, Wartolowska K, Huggins JP, Duff EP, Vennart W, Whitlock M, Massat N, Pauer L, Rogers P, Hoggart B, Tracey I. Disambiguating pharmacological mechanisms from placebo in neuropathic pain using functional neuroimaging. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2018;120:299-307
  6. Duff EP, Vennart W, Wise RG, Howard MA, Harris RE, Lee M, Wartolowska K, Wanigasekera V, Wilson FJ, Whitlock M, Tracey I, Woolrich MW, Smith SM. Learning to identify CNS drug action and efficacy using multistudy fMRI data. Science Translational Medicine 2015;7:274ra16.
  7. Wartolowska K, Hough MG, Jenkinson M, Andersson J, Wordsworth BP, Tracey I. Structural changes of the brain in rheumatoid arthritis. Arthritis and Rheumatism 2012;64:371-379
  8. Wartolowska K. How neuroimaging can help to visualise and quantify pain? European Journal of Pain Supplements 2011;5:323-327
  9. Wartolowska K, Tracey I. Neuroimaging as a tool for pain diagnosis and analgesic development. Neurotherapeutics 2009;6:755-760
  10. Schweinhardt P, Kalk N, Wartolowska K, Chessell I, Wordsworth P, Tracey I. Investigation into the neural correlates of emotional augmentation of clinical pain. NeuroImage 2008;40:759-766.
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
  1. Wartolowska K, Gallois J, Carr AJ Structural brain changes in patients with shoulder impingement syndrome (a poster) The Challenges in Chronic Pain Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Cambridge, UK (2015) link
  2. Beard D, Cooper C, Rombach I, Rees J, Wartolowska K, Cummings N, Carr A Accounting for the placebo effect of surgery in surgical trials? (a poster) The 2nd Clinical Trials Methodology Conference: Methodology Matters, Edinburgh, UK (2013) link
  3. Wanigasekera V, Wartolowska K, Huggins J, Duff E, Vennart W, Whitlock M, Massat N, Pauer L, Rogers P, Hoggart B Disruption of Placebo Neural Networks by Centrally Acting Analgesics in Neuropathic Pain Patients - a poster The 16th World Congress on Pain Yokohama, Japan (2016)
  4. Wartolowska K, Wordsworth BP, Tracey I. Limbic structures and response to anti-TNF treatment - a poster The 7th Congress of the European Federation of IASP Chapters (EFIC) Hamburg, Germany (2011) link
  5. Wartolowska K, Hough MG, Wordsworth BP, Tracey I. Changes in subcortical grey matter in rheumatoid arthritis - a poster The Joint Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Pain Society and the Canadian Pain Society Edinburgh, UK (2011)
  6. Wartolowska K, Hough MG, Wordsworth P, Tracey I. Structural Brain Changes in Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis - a poster The 6th Congress of the European Federation of the International Association for the Study of Pain Chapter(EFIC) Lisbon, Portugal (2009) link
  7. Wartolowska K, Wordsworth P, Schweinhardt P, Chizh BA, Chessell IP, Tracey I. Pain Processing in Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients Successfully Treated with Anti-TNF Medication - a poster The 6th Congress of the European Federation of the International Association for the Study of Pain Chapter (EFIC) Lisbon, Portugal (2009)
  8. Wartolowska K, Schweinhardt P, Wordsworth P, Chizh BA, Chessell IP, Tracey I. Cerebral processing of pain in rheumatoid arthritis patients treated with antiTNF-alpha - a poster The 12th International Congress on Pain, IASP Glasgow, UK (2008)
  9. Tracey I, Schweinhardt P, McQuay H, Wartolowska K. Functional MRI as a Tool for Diagnosis in Neuropathic Pain - a talk The 2nd International Congress of the Special Interest Group on Neuropathic Pain Berlin, Germany (2007) link
  10. Wartolowska K, Schweinhardt P, Wordsworth P, Chizh BA, Bountra C, Chessell IP, Tracey I. Clinical and experimental pain processing in RA patients treated with anti-TNF - a talk Annual Meeting of the British Society for Rheumatology (BSR) Birmingham, UK (2007) - Young Investigator Award
  11. Wartolowska K, Schweinhardt P, Wordsworth P, Chizh BA, Bountra C, Chessell IP, Tracey I. Changes in brain activation related to pain relief in rheumatoid arthritis patients following the anti-TNF treatment - a poster The 5th Congress of the European Federation of IASP Chapters (EFIC) Istanbul, Turkey (2006) link
INVITED TALKS
  1. What did we learn from neuroimaging? – Professional Network of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Conference, London, UK (2012)
  2. Imaging and quantifying pain - Study in Interdisciplinary Pain Research (SIMPAR) Pavia, Italy (2011)
  3. Imaging pain in rheumatoid arthritis - Oxford Musculoskeletal Biomedical Research Unit Pain Symposium, Oxford, UK (2011)
  4. How Pain Emerges from the Brain: A Neuroimaging Window - Cuisle Beatha, 3rd International Palliative Medicine Conference, Galway, Ireland (2011)
  5. Functional Neuroimaging Findings in Osteoarthritis and Other Peripheral Pain States – a lecture at Pain and Musculoskeletal Disorders: Translating Scientific Advances into Practice, Washington DC, USA (2010)
  6. The experience of pain: a neuroimaging perspective on understanding the subjective experience of pain and modulation of pain processing” - a lecture for Medical Anthropology students, Oxford (2010)
  7. Advantages of using magnetic resonance imaging to understand pain mechanisms - Pain Education Meeting, London, UK (2010)
  8. Where is chronic pain? Prescribing for Chronic Pain – Theory and Practice Meeting of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, UK (2010)
  9. Neuroimaging and Clinical Pain, Keynote Address - Pain Symposium, Bart’s and The London, London, UK (2009)
  10. Functional magnetic resonance imaging and perception of pain - Diabetes UK Annual Professional Conference, Glasgow, UK (2008)
  11. Imaging and Pain: general principles - arc Research Strategy Workshop: Mechanisms of Pain in Arthritis, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK (2007)
  12. Pain and Imaging - neural networks involved in the subjective experience of pain - 26th UCP Symposium, Groningen, Netherlands (2007)
  13. Pain and imaging - Wessex and Southwest Pain Society meeting, Bath, UK (2007)
  14. fMRI for Drug Discovery - ISMRM, Berlin, Germany (2007)
  15. Understanding pain processing in the central nervous system in health and disease - OXBRIDGE, Oxford, UK (2006)
BOOK CHAPTER
  1. Wartolowska K, Tracey I. (2009) Neuroimaging in understanding chronic pain mechanisms and the development of new therapies. In Borsook D, Becerra L, Hargreaves R, Bullmore E (Eds.) Imaging in CNS in Drug Discovery and Development (pp 251-262) Springer link