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Skip to content Skip to search Skip to footer Department of Anesthesiology Open Menu Back Close Menu Search for: Search Close Search Home Patient CarePatient Care For PatientsFor Patients Common Patient Questions about Nerve Blocks Center for Preoperative Assessment and Planning (CPAP) Pain Management Center Research Opportunities Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology DivisionCardiothoracic Anesthesiology Division Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology (ACTA) Fellowship Dual CCM/ACTA Fellowship Overview Current & Alumni Fellows Critical Care DivisionCritical Care Division Fellowship Overview Letter From Fellowship Program Leadership Fellowship Application Information Fellowship Interview Information Advanced Practice Provider (APP) – Critical Care Medicine Contact Us General AnesthesiaGeneral Anesthesia Abdominal Organ Transplant Fellowship Subspecialties in General Anesthesia Fellowship Application Information Obstetric AnesthesiaObstetric Anesthesia Fellowship Application Information Pain ManagementPain Management Pain Medicine Fellowship  Adult & Pediatric Pain Dual Fellowship  Current & Alumni Fellows Fellowship Application Information Pediatric AnesthesiologyPediatric Anesthesiology Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship Fellowship Application Information Current Fellows & Alumni Faculty and Staff Perioperative MedicinePerioperative Medicine Perioperative Care Center for Preoperative Assessment and Planning (CPAP) Our Team Regional and Ambulatory AnesthesiaRegional and Ambulatory Anesthesia Fellowship Overview Fellowship Application Information Current & Alumni Fellows Past Fellows Our Faculty Contact Us Trauma Anesthesiology Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) EducationEducation ResidencyResidency Application Information Training Programs Didactic Curriculum Transitioning to Anesthesia Salary & Benefits Meet Our Residents Finding a Job Alumni Fellowships Physician-Scientist Development Simulation Centers About St. Louis ResearchResearch Division of Basic Research Division of Clinical and Translational Research (DoCTR)Division of Clinical and Translational Research (DoCTR) DoCTR Newsletter Yellow Phase Ramp-Up Concerns Resources for DoCTR Faculty, Trainee, and staff members Resources for DoCTR Trainees Resources for DoCTR Staff Members Clinical Studies in DoCTR DoCTR TeamDoCTR Team Become a DoCTR Member Washington University Pain Center Center for Clinical Pharmacology INQUIRIINQUIRI The INQUIRI Team INQUIRI’s Approach Working with INQUIRI Publications Contact Us Our CultureOur Culture Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Employee Health & WellnessEmployee Health & Wellness Health & Wellness NewsletterHealth & Wellness Newsletter Health & Wellness Newsletter Archive Submit a Health & Wellness Resource Professional Development Peers in Anesthesiology Supporting a Fair Environment Women of WUDA Employee Recognition Hub Our Team GivingGiving How to Give Department Payroll Deduction Jennifer Cole International Education Initiative Endowment FundJennifer Cole International Education Initiative Endowment Fund Jennifer Cole Fund Payroll Deduction AboutAbout Welcome from the Chair News Events Job Opportunities Contact Us Open Search Awards Industry Awards Featured Research Cucinello-Ragland honored with 2024 NIH Outstanding Scholars in Neuroscience Award By Admin • June 6, 2024June 6, 2024 Jessi Cucinello-Ragland, PhD, has been named a recipient of the 2024 NIH Outstanding Scholars in Neuroscience Award. This award recognizes early-career scientists who demonstrate great promise in neuroscience, highlighting Cucinello-Ragland’s exceptional research and scientific training. Jessi Cucinello-Ragland, PHD Cucinello-Ragland is a postdoctoral fellow in the Moron-Concepcion Lab, which is known for its innovative approaches to studying pain and addiction. The lab provides a collaborative and resource-rich environment that supports cutting-edge research. Cucinello-Ragland’s research focuses on neurobiology at the intersection of chronic pain and polysubstance use. Using a combination of behavioral, molecular, pharmacological, and viral approaches, they explore the sex-dependent contributions of endogenous opioids in alcohol-opioid interactions in the context of chronic pain. Specifically, their current work examines the role of amygdalostriatal endogenous opioids in regulating the effects of combined fentanyl use and persistent inflammatory pain on alcohol drinking. The goal is to identify novel therapeutic targets for treating polysubstance use in individuals with chronic pain. “This award is a tremendous honor and motivation to continue my research,” said Cucinello-Ragland. “I hope my work will contribute to developing effective treatments for those struggling with both chronic pain and substance use disorders.” Cucinello-Ragland’s work not only advances our understanding of complex neurobiological interactions but also holds promise for developing new treatments for chronic pain and substance use disorders. Congratulations to Cucinello-Ragland on this well-deserved recognition! They will be honored at the OSNAP Symposium, where they will present their research at the NIH campus in Bethesda, Maryland, on November 7-8, 2024. Share this:TwitterLinkedInFacebookEmail Department of AnesthesiologyWashington University School of Medicine660 S. 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