HST researchers relieve airplane headache

HST researchers relieve airplane headache

Researchers from Department of Health Science and Technology (HST) and students from School of Medicine and Health (SMH) have just released new findings after investigating airplane headache. They have taken the first steps towards potentially a cure for travellers suffering from airplane headache.

Sebastian Bao Dinh Bui and Torben Petersen, who both study Medicine with Industrial Specialisation at SMH, have chosen to take a one-year leave from their studies to do a full-time research project in close collaboration with their supervisors Jeppe Nørgaard Poulsen, PhD student, and Parisa Gazerani, Associate Professor, SMI, Department of Health Science and Technology. 

The main article based on the researchers work can be read here: "Simulated airplane headache: a proxy towards identification of underlying mechanisms" 

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