The relationship between smoking and migraine frequency: The moderating effect of locus of control 

Partnering with University of Colorado – Denver, this poster was published in 2015 showcasing data from Health Union’s Migraine In America 2015 survey.

Exploring the negative impact of migraine and the impact of alternative medicine treatments

Partnering with University of Massachusetts/UMass Memorial Medical Center, this abstract was published in 2015 showcasing data from Health Union’s Migraine in America 2012 survey.

Migraine: Treatments, comorbidities, and quality of life, in the USA

The results of this study extend the literature characterizing the treatment patterns, stress characteristics, disorder characteristics, and disability profile, of the chronic migraine population in the largest sample yet collected. Chronic migraineurs were found to experience significant impairment in their personal, professional, and social functioning.

Survey of migraine sufferers with dogs to evaluate for canine migraine-alerting behaviors

The result of this study suggests that about one in four migraineurs living with a companion dog endorsed recognizing a change in their dog’s behavior before recognizing initial symptoms of a migraine attack.

Migraine-alerting behaviors in dogs living with migraineurs

Partnering with University of Pittsburgh, this poster was published at the EFNS – European Academy of Neurology in 2012 showcasing Health Union’s Migraine and Dogs survey data.

Migraine frequency but not self-efficacy drives utilization and impact from online resources

Published in Headache: The Journal of Head and Face Pain in 2012, this Letter to the Editor was written in partnership with University of Pittsburgh.

Fibromyalgia family and relationship impact exploratory survey

The results of this study suggest that in addition to physical impairments that are well documented among individuals with fibromyalgia, fibromyalgia can result in a substantial negative impact on important relationships with family and close friends.