Scott Scarneo received the Keystone Symposium J7 scholarship for the February 2020 meeting Somatosensation: From Detection to Perception in Keystone, Colorado. The scholarship is generously supported by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Grant #1R13NS113620-01.
Scott Scarneo, won first place in the best pre-doc, non-medical student category for his abstract titled, “Genetic and Pharmacological Validation of TAK1 Inhibition in Macrophages as a Therapeutic Strategy to Effectively Inhibit Inflammatory Pain” at the 26th Annual Duke Anesthesiology Academic Evening held on May 29, 2018.
Pharmacological inhibition of TAK1, with the selective inhibitor takinib, alleviates clinical manifestation of arthritis in CIA mice
Scarneo SA, Eibschutz LS, Bendele PJ, Yang KW, Totzke J, Hughes P, Fox DA, Haystead TAJ
Arthritis Res Ther, 2019 Dec 17;21(1):292