Kenny Thomas, Entrepreneur and Retired NBA Player, Joins Neolth as an Advisor
Kenny Thomas had a distinguished athletic career, including playing eleven seasons in the National Basketball Association. He has since become an entrepreneur and leader of nonprofits supporting youth in the community. He joins Neolth as an Advisor, to help the company expand their impact, growth, and establish additional partners.
Neolth Introduces Theming, First-Ever Mental Health App with Customizable Colors based on Mood and Time of Day
New year, new Neolth! Our team is excited to introduce customizable colors based on mood and time of day. Starting in January 2023, our community will be able to use time-based theming or select their favorite color theme on the Neolth app.
Neolth featured on TVW News From Washington To Washington
The number of young people with mental health challenges has grown dramatically since the beginning of the pandemic. What's the impact on the nation's school children? In this episode, TVW News explores how schools, the government and the private sector are providing help for students in crisis. Neolth is highlighted as an innovative technology for student mental health that meets kids where they are, online.
Jennifer Gendron, Global Chief Commercial Officer at Koa Health, Joins Neolth as Commercialization Advisor
An executive with 20 years of experience, Jennifer Gendron increased revenue and productivity at every organization she's been a part of by tapping into her diverse skill set to deliver substantial growth for companies in highly competitive business markets. She joins Neolth as a Commercialization Advisor, to help the company expand their impact, growth, and establish additional partners.
Neolth Wins GESAwards West Coast Semi-finals
Neolth was named as the top EdTech company on the West Coast, winning the semi-finals in November 2022. The company will head to the Global Finals in January 2023, as part of the largest global EdTech pitch competition.
Neolth Named to the 2022 CB Insights’ Digital Health 150 List
CB Insights today named Neolth to its fourth-annual Digital Health 150, showcasing the 150 most promising private digital health companies of 2022.
Neolth selected as GESAwards Semi-finalist for top EdTech companies
Global EdTech Startups Awards (GESAwards) is the largest Edtech competition and community in the world. Neolth was selected as one of the six top EdTech companies on the West Coast.
Neolth CEO guest authors article about eco-anxiety for World Economic Forum
Digital solutions need to be supported by an in-depth understanding of how certain factors impact mental health — not least, climate change. In this article Dr. Katherine Grill discusses how climate change is fueling eco-anxiety and how it can be combatted.
Lukas Grill named one of California's Top COOs by Boardroom Media
At COO (Boardroom Media) we track over 1,000,000 startups and over 5,000,000 people who hold key positions in these companies. This list showcases the top California based COOs operating in the mHealth space.
Neolth releases step-by-step guide to implementing a digital mental health plan in your school
We know that there are many barriers to children and youth seeking help and accessing resources. And, taking care of our mental health starts with establishing healthy mindsets, habits and behaviors. Make a plan today to support the mental health of all students.
Meet Neolth's Fall 2022 Interns!
We are thrilled to introduce our largest intern cohort to date - our new Fall 2022 interns! This diverse group of students and educators are working towards more accessible, equitable mental health resources for students everywhere.
Arri Kanna joins Neolth from Johns Hopkins University
Arri Kanna is a biology student at Johns Hopkins University completing his final year. He joins Neolth as a Student Advisor, to help the company in their continued commitment to improved product design & student-centered experiences.
Navya Nagelli joins Neolth from Plainfield North High School
Navya Nagelli is a senior at Plainfield North High School. She joins Neolth as a Student Advisor, to help the company in their continued commitment to improved product design & student-centered experiences.
Nandanaa Srikanth joins Neolth from Presentation High School
Nandanaa Srikanth is a junior at Presentation High School in San Jose, California. She joins Neolth as a Student Advisor, to help the company in their continued commitment to improved product design & student-centered experiences.
Ali Zaidi joins Neolth from the University of Southern California
Ali Zaidi is a 3rd year undergraduate student at the University of Southern California, studying Neuroscience and Applied Analytics. He joins Neolth as a Student Advisor, to help the company in their continued commitment to improved product design & student-centered experiences.
Neolth Selected as 2022 Tech in Motion Timmy Finalist
For the second year in a row, Tech in Motion named Neolth a finalist for Best Tech for Good in the 2022 Timmy Awards, recognizing the top workplaces for tech professionals across North America. Neolth and these finalists have proactively responded to uncertainties and global challenges, leveraging technology to help their communities adapt, improve and grow.
Neolth's Lukas Grill selected as top EdTech COO in the US
Our Co-founder and COO Lukas Grill was named one of the top EdTech COOs in the US by Boardroom Media! Congrats Lukas and thank you for your leadership, determination and vision to make mental health more accessible for students everywhere.
Miller School to Study Impact of Digital Mental Health Resources Among Florida Students
The Media and Innovation Lab announced their amazing STEMSEL project with their partner Neolth. They will train educators how to screen for mental health issues in schools, provide students with a digital mental health solution, and create a resource for families to learn more about emotional wellness and SEL.
Neolth's Khrystina Warnstadt nominated for Globant Rising Star Award
Khrystina is dedicated to making an impact on young people. Through her experiences with Neolth, she's led 300+ young people around the world in mental health advocacy initiatives. Her contributions further our mission of making mental health more accessible and reducing stigma for teens everywhere.
Neolth CEO interviewed by California Best Startup about founding a company
Neolth's CEO Dr. Katherine Grill was interviewed about what it's really like to start a company, why she founded Neolth, and where she sees the company going in the next five years.
Dr. Jennifer Huberty, former Head of Science at Calm, joins Neolth
Jennifer Huberty, PhD is an accomplished behavior research scientist with more than 20 years experience leading academic and industry-based science using digital approaches to change behavior and improve well-being. Formerly the Head of Science at Calm, she joins Neolth in August 2022 as a Science Advisor.
Neolth selected as one of the best teen mental health apps by OneMind PsyberGuide
Researchers from UC Irvine and the Connected Learning Lab published the One Mind PsyberGuide (OMPG) Teen App Guide. This report is intended for parents and caregivers, families with teens, and mental health professionals and researchers who work with teens. Neolth was included as a top app for teens.
Neolth selected as one of the most innovative EdTech companies
Best Startup California tracks over 300,000 startups, curating a directory to highlight exceptional companies. Neolth was selected as one of the top 101 EdTech companies.
Neolth welcomes social worker and youth mental health expert Toni Bankston to the team!
Neolth is thrilled to welcome Toni Bankston to the team as an Education Specialist! Toni is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and trauma specialist with 31 years experience as a clinician, teacher trainer and administrator. She is often called to consult with schools and youth organizations in initiating trauma-focused mental health programs for children and families.
University of Miami’s STEMSEL for Digital Mental Health Services
Have you heard about Neolth's work with The Media and Innovation Lab at the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine? The STEMSEL program aims to increase access to quality digital mental health resources and prove the impact of digital mental health solutions on emotional well-being in under-resourced schools, while ensuring these technologies are inclusive of people of color.
Neolth Expands Global Footprint with Launch in APAC, To Support Student Mental Health
Neolth, a global leader in student mental health, today announced it has officially expanded to the Asia Pacific (APAC) region, marking the first time the company has launched internationally.
"We’re on a mission to increase access to mental health support for young people, and this expansion is the next step in our journey,” said Dr. Katherine Grill, CEO & Co-founder of Neolth.
Neolth CEO a guest speaker in the Digital Health Digest podcast
Our CEO & Co-founder Dr. Katherine Grill was a featured guest on the Digital Health Digest podcast with host James Moore. They spoke about:
👩🏼⚕️ Making the switch from a clinician and researcher to a tech founder
🗝 Prevention as a key to solving the youth mental health crisis
🤲🏽 Community-building as a needed component of youth mental health care
😰 Stressors that are specific to teens and young adults
🙌🏾 Hiring at mental health tech companies
Neolth featured by World Economic Forum as top global youth mental health solution
Neolth was announced as a winner of the World Economic Forum's Youth Mental Health Challenge! The World Economic Forum, in partnership with Salesforce and UNICEF, selected the best innovations that are changing the future of youth mental health. In this brief video, the WEF summarizes how Neolth helps students, educators and schools.
Neolth featured by MedHealth Outlook about classroom technology for mental health & SEL
Social and emotional learning is a top priority in the education system. Another top priority, elevated by the pandemic and the need for virtual learning, is access to technology and implementation of technology in sustainable and equitable ways. An emerging innovation in the field is the merger of these two things to create digital programs that provide SEL and mental health access to more people.
Neolth CEO Dr. Katherine Grill nominated for Globant Women Who Build Award
Neolth's CEO & Co-founder Dr. Katherine Grill has been nominated for the Globant Women that Build Award - Technology Entrepreneur Category. This award aims to provide more visibility for innovative women generating a profound impact in technology by founding a startup. Please take a minute to vote and share with your networks, to advance our mission of improving mental health for students and young people!
Neolth featured by GoSolo about student stress and mental health support
Despite rises in teen stress, anxiety, and depression, teens are 1.8x less likely to seek care from clinicians, with the majority preferring self-guided interventions and seeking advice online (McKinsey). Certain populations, like Asian and African American teens, are even less likely to seek traditional mental health treatment (NIMH). To be responsive to these cultural and generational preferences for care, we built Neolth. Our goal is to expand access to preventative mental health support for teens and young adults.
Neolth featured on Everyday Endorphins podcast about neuroscience & mental health
This week I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Katherine Grill, Forbes 30 under 30 and Founder of Neolth, which is a technology company that provides stress and mental health support to students by delivering on-demand, personalized care via a self-guided platform. In this episode, Dr. Grill breaks down the field of precision neuroscience and the future of personalized mental health. We also discuss the different types of trauma-informed therapy and ways to regulate our stress response.
Neolth CEO featured on webinar by Grantmakers for Thriving Youth
GTY launched a 3-part web seminar series exploring the mental health and well-being of young people amid the pandemic and an ever-growing set of stressors. We heard what young people say they need and discussed how systems that were already inequitable pre-pandemic require urgent attention. We also brought policy advocates, mental health professionals, educators, researchers, practitioners, and funders into the conversation.
Neolth selected as top international solution for youth mental health by World Economic Forum
In El Challenge de Uplink por la Salud Mental de los Jóvenes buscó identificar algunas de las principales innovaciones en todo el mundo que trabajan para hacer frente a estas necesidades de transformación, especialmente aquellas lideradas por los propios jóvenes. El desafío fue financiado por Salesforce y apoyado por organizaciones que lideran el trabajo de salud mental en todo el mundo, como UNICEF.
Neolth selected as top international solution for youth mental health by World Economic Forum
In The Uplink Youth Mental Health Challenge sought to identify some of the leading innovations around the world working to address these transformational needs, especially those led by young people themselves. The challenge was funded by Salesforce and supported by leading organizations like UNICEF.
Neolth CEO selected by Forbes 30 Under 30 for 2022 education list
Forbes Presents the 30 Under 30 Class of 2022: 600 of the brightest young entrepreneurs, leaders, and stars. Dr. Katherine Grill, CEO & Co-founder of Neolth, was one of the 30 people in North America selected for the education list.
Neolth featured on Slice of Healthcare Podcast about youth mental health
In this episode, we discussed: Dr. Katherine Grill's background, the "why-how-what" of Neolth, their recent product launch, the difference between mental health in youth and adults, and what's next for the company. This episode was recorded in January 2022.
Neolth featured by List EdTech as a company at the forefront of student mental health
Students use the Neolth app to reduce stress and acquire knowledge about mental health when difficult times occur.A solution like Neolth could reduce stress and anxiety in the student population. Still, it could also help with the core business of education: retention, revenue generation, and eventually, graduation rate. With the constant stress, anxiety, and struggle students deal with every day, mental health solutions will become a large market, especially in Higher Education.
Neolth featured by MedHealth Outlook as thought leaders on preventative care
The U.S. Surgeon General’s Youth Mental Health Advisory states that the country needs to invest in mental health support along the continuum of care, from prevention and education through clinical care and crisis response (Murthy, 2021). This means supporting individuals with existing mental health issues as well as providing preventative and educational resources (Murthy, 2021). This guidance left some stakeholders wondering, what is a preventative mental health resource and why is it important?
Neolth partners with Iowa Center for School Mental Health
Neolth, a tech startup on a mission to increase access to mental health resources within schools, today announced joining forces with the Iowa Center for School Mental Health housed at the University of Iowa. The goal of this partnership is twofold: to increase access to mental health care services for K-12 students, teachers and staff across the state and to conduct an independent evaluation of the use of digital technology within schools.
Neolth featured on Start Yourself Up podcast about student mental health
In this episode we talk about: the stigma surrounding mental health and how the pandemic has accelerated the conversation around mental health. Importance of proactive rather than a reactive model of treating mental health issues. How Neolth conducted user research to launch the app by partnering with over 300 students. How Neolth is leveraging ‘community’ to share lived experiences to break down the stigma around mental health. How Neolth partners with schools to distribute its product. Mental health tips for students and founders.
Study reveals comedy, AI and self-care can quickly boost mental health
In just eight weeks during the pandemic, women living with advanced cancer, ages 31 to 74, reported feeling more empowered, and less depressed, stressed, and anxious while using artificial intelligence to create personalized self-care plans infused with comedy and other relaxation techniques," explains Mindset and Metastatic Cancer Research Study Co-Investigator Saranne Rothberg of The ComedyCures Foundation who beat stage IV cancer two decades ago. She is still cancer-free.
Neolth featured on EdUp Podcast about Student Mental Health
Life has been challenging these last few years in the pandemic and there has been no exception in these challenges for young people. In this episode, Dr. Grill discusses her passion for supporting others, especially in education. How do you check in with your students? What do you know about SEL learning? Grab those headphones now and learn all about these things and more!
Neolth featured by Engine as leader in school-based mental health
Neolth is featured by Engine is this series about startup leaders around the country. This piece focuses on equipping students and schools with mental health resources.
Neolth co-hosts webinar with the University of Miami about technology for teen mental health
Neolth partnered with the Media and Innovation Lab at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine to co-host this webinar. Featured speakers included Dr. Azizi Seixas, Dr. Claire Wheeler, and Dr. Katherine Grill. They spoke about trends in teen mental health, digital technology for mental health and SEL, and best practices for schools using such technology.
Neolth featured by AvoMD in Healthcare Innovator Series
In this edition of the Healthcare Innovators Series, we chat with Katherine Grill, PhD, CEO & Co-founder of Neolth. Dr. Grill discusses how Neolth helps make mental health more accessible for teens, the launch of a new version of the platform, the impact of COVID-19 has had on the mental health of young people and more.
Neolth partners with BACR to support California students
Neolth, a youth mental health tech startup on a mission to help teenagers manage stress through the development of coping skills, today announced joining forces with Bay Area Community Resources (BACR). The goal of this partnership is to increase access to mental health care services for students across the Greater San Francisco Bay Area.
Neolth featured in Forbes
Our Co-founder & CEO Dr. Katherine Grill was featured in this Forbes article for Neolth's innovative work improving student mental health. Grill was featured alongside the CEO of Bumble (the youngest female CEO to take a company public) and Discord. Congrats to these incredible women for their inspiring leadership!
Neolth joins Headstream Program
Headstream, powered by the impact and innovation company SecondMuse, aims to shape the technologies that young people depend on as they grow up. These solutions are designed to positively impact Black, Indigenous, and Latinx youth of color, LGBTQIA+ youth, and the intersectionality of these identities. The Headstream Accelerator is supported by Pivotal Ventures, the innovation and incubation company created by Melinda Gates.
Neolth CEO Selected for Visionary Voices
Neolth's CEO Dr. Katherine Grill was selected for All Raise's inaugural Visionary Voices Speakers Bureau. This program amplifies women's voices in tech and VC conversations. Through providing media opportunities, Visionary Voices promotes female and non-binary perspectives to support the importance of diversity in the tech industry.
Neolth Featured in Times Square
Neolth was featured on the Nasdaq Tower in Times Square in September 2020, to showcase the company's innovative work improving student mental health during COVID.
Youth Advisory Board Members Named
Neolth announces the inaugural members of their youth advisory board. 13 students were selected from high schools and colleges such as Harvard, Yale, and Andover Academy.
Neolth named Top 100 Most Fundable Company
Neolth made the Top 100 list from Pepperdine University’s 2020 Most Fundable Companies competition. More than 4,500 early-stage US startups from across all 50 states vied for a space on the list, making it the most competitive year yet.
Neolth selected for Techstars
Neolth was one of ten companies selected for the Techstars Iowa 2020 program, held in partnership with Grinnell College, University of Iowa and Iowa State University. Techstars is a prestigious accelerator that accepts less than 1% of startups.
Neolth Launches Student Ambassador Program
In September 2020, Neolth launched their Student Ambassador Program to address the growing concern about student mental health. The company believes collaboration with students in essential to the success of school-based initiatives. The inaugural Ambassador class has over 100 students.
Neolth CEO Featured on Diverse VC Podcast
Our CEO and Co-founder Dr. Katherine Grill was featured on the DiverseVC Podcast with host Alec Taylor! She spoke about how Neolth offers personalized emotional support and continuous mental health monitoring to students.
Neolth Selected for Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center Milestone Makers Program
Neolth was one of 10 companies from around the world to be accepted the Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center's Milestone Makers program as a COVID solution. The Summer 2020 Milestone Makers program (May - August 2020) is a COVID-19 solution focused cohort, which helps a select cohort of early-to-mid stage ambitious entrepreneurs set and achieve critical business milestones.
Neolth Selected to Join AWS EdStart
Neolth was selected to join the AWS EdStart program in March 2020. This program is designed to help entrepreneurs build the next generation of online learning, analytics, and campus management solutions in the AWS Cloud. Through training, mentorship and more EdStart helps companies with innovative solutions for students, teachers, or administrators.
Neolth Wins Techstars Award at SoGal Global Pitch Competition
SoGal Foundation saw 1,700 applications, hosted 25 regional rounds and heard 330 pitches as part of the largest global startup competition for early-stage women and other underrepresented founders. On February 29 2020, Neolth pitched at the Global Finals and received the Techstars Award.
Neolth Participates in UCSF Innovation Ventures Course
From January - April 2020, Neolth participated in the UCSF Innovation Ventures Startup 101 course. This experiential, team-based class covered the topics important to starting a scalable, for profit commercial venture. Led by Stephanie Marrus, Startup 101 is the only Bay Area life science/healthcare entrepreneurship course.
Neolth Selected as DOCSF Digital Dynamo
Neolth was selected as one of the five startups to exhibit and attend the Digital Orthopaedics Conference in San Francisco on January 11 and 12, 2020. Digital Dynamos are companies using forward-thinking technologies to optimize the inpatient, outpatient and operational aspects of patient care.
Neolth Wins SoGal SF Pitch Competition...Heads to Finals in Silicon Valley
In 2019 SoGal Foundation saw 1,700 applications, hosted 25 regional rounds and heard 330 pitches. After winning the San Francisco Regional pitch competition in November 2019, Neolth headed to Draper University to attend SoGal's three-day startup bootcamp and competed in the largest pitch competition for female founders.
Neolth Awarded one of the Top Ten Reads on Health Innovation in 2019
Neolth’s article is featured by StartUp Health as one of the top ten most influential reads on health innovation in 2019, along with work by Jean Case, Esther Dyson, and Dr. Sanjay Gupta. Here's an excerpt: "To successfully combat the chronic disease epidemic, we must give patients emotional support for dealing with the stresses of being ill.”
Dr. Grill's Research: Behavioral Medicine for Chronic Disease Management
New research about using behavioral medicine for chronic disease management. Using the behavioral pharmacy model, fruit/vegetable intake, exercise, BMI, acute care utilization, depressive symptoms, and blood pressure were assessed.
Neolth kicks off StartUp Health's Op-Ed Column
Written by our Founder and CEO Dr. Katherine Grill and Medical Advisor/Featured Practitioner Dr. Claire Wheeler, this piece discusses using stress management as a new prescription for chronic disease. Here's an excerpt: "Within the digital health field, we must ensure that we are not perpetuating the mind-body schism of medicine...To successfully combat the chronic disease epidemic, we must give patients emotional support for dealing with the stresses of being ill."
Dr. Elizabeth Markle and Dr. Benjamin Emmert-Aronson, Founders of Open Source Wellness, become Inaugural Neolth Featured Practitioners
We're excited to have Dr. Markle and Dr. Emmert-Aronson in our Neolth Featured Practitioner Program! Trained as clinical psychologists, after working at the San Francisco VA Drs. Markle and Emmert-Aronson founded Open Source Wellness (OSW). OSW is a non-profit located in Oakland, California that helps people improve their core health behaviors through behavioral coaching and community support. As Featured Practitioners, Dr. Markle's and Dr. Emmert-Aronson's relaxation practices will be included on Neolth's platform.
Neolth Featured in Startup Health Magazine as a 'Brainiac' Company
Our founder, Dr. Katherine Grill, was interviewed by StartUp Health about neuroscience and Neolth Inc. Here's an excerpt: “The greatest challenge about working in the brain health space is the unknown. We’ve made incredible advances over the past 30 years in the field of neuroscience, but we still have far to go. More research is needed, particularly in psychiatry, to understand the brain circuitry involved in medical conditions, how this changes over time and how this differs on an individual basis.”
Dr. Claire Wheeler, Author of 10 Simple Solutions to Stress, becomes an Inaugural Neolth Featured Practitioner
We're excited to have Dr. Wheeler in our Neolth Featured Practitioner Program! Trained as both a physician and psychologist, Dr. Wheeler founded her own Integrative Medicine practice, is an Assistant Professor at OHSU/PSU and has been a Senior Faculty Member at the Center for Mind Body Medicine for 20 years. As a Featured Practitioner, Dr. Wheeler's relaxation practices will be included on Neolth's platform.
How to Use Stress Management to Take Control of your Health
We’ve all heard that stress is bad, but here’s why it’s worse than you think. Stress is a risk factor for the development of health conditions like heart disease, IBS, chronic pain, cancer, depression and more. Engaging in stress management helps you learn the skills of emotional awareness and self-regulation. When you are in control of your emotions, you can reduce symptoms of mental or chronic health conditions and you can prevent the onset of future illnesses.
Leading Somatic Psychologist Dr. Albert Wong becomes an Inaugural Neolth Featured Practitioner
We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Albert Wong will be an inaugural member of Neolth's Featured Practitioners Program. This program showcases the work of providers who embody our value of improving health through the use of mind-body and lifestyle medicine. As part of this program, Dr Wong's featured relaxation practices will be included in the Neolth platform.
The 'Aha' Moment: Neolth Featured in Startup Health Magazine
Health Transformers from the newest companies in StartUp Health offer real talk on why they’ve chosen to solve the world’s most complex health challenges.
"I believe that in order to be a successful digital health company you need to put the patients first. In everything we do at Neolth – from choosing a business model to product design – we keep the patient in mind. When you have this patient-centered mindset, things start falling into place." - Dr. Katherine Grill, CEO & Co-founder
Neolth Joins Startup Health
Neolth is excited to announce that we have joined Startup Health as one of their newest health transformer companies! Startup Health has been investing in entrepreneurs solving the biggest healthcare issues since 2011, including improving access to care and improving brain health.
Team Showcase: Dr. Claire Wheeler
Claire Wheeler, MD, PhD, is a physician and psychologist living in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Wheeler is now a faculty member at the OHSU/PSU School of Public Health in Portland, Oregon, where she teaches graduate and undergraduate classes in health behaviors, integrative medicine, and stress. She is the author of 10 Simple Solutions to Stress, and The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Belly Fat Weight Loss as well as the “Head-to-Toe Happiness” blog on psychologytoday.com.
Claire joins the Neolth team as a Medical Advisor to help with platform development and medical research.
Dr. Grill Interviewed by LAMA about Neolth
LAMA, a professional journalist company based in Berlin, interviewed Dr. Grill about Neolth. Here's an excerpt, "Personalization is the future and that's why we use multiple wellness techniques and AI on our platform. We have a model that assesses where a patient is and then grows with them as they progress on their health journey, updating one's recommendations as the patient progresses."
Emotional Health for Professionals: Dr. Grill Speaks about the Neuroscience of Emotions
Dr. Grill partnered with Supergirls and Expansive Voice Movement to give a talk about the brain activity associated with common emotional issues, like stress and anxiety. During this event, participants explored the importance of understanding emotions for vibrancy and wellbeing.
The event will took place on April 18, 2018 at 500 Startups in San Francisco.
Dr. Grill's Research: Mindfulness as a Treatment for Chronic Pain & Anxiety
Dr. Grill (formerly Curtin) implemented a cross-sectional study to investigate the relationship between chronic musculoskeletal pain (CMP), anxiety and mindfulness. This work was published in the Scandinavian Journal of Pain. The scientific abstract can be found at the link below.