We conduct research to improve outcomes and enhance treatment for migraine patients. Current and past projects include:

  • Characterization of headache disorders in children and adolescents
  • Characterization and treatment of chronic daily headaches and chronic migraines in children
  •  Determination of the disability due to headaches and migraines in children and adolescents
  • Development of a migraine disability tool for children and adolescents
  • Study of PedMIDAS, a tool  to assess the impact of migraines on children’s day-to-day activities
  • Review of the impact on the quality of life in children with recurrent headaches
  • Study of the effectiveness of multiple pharmaceuticals in preventing and aborting migraine headaches
  •  Evaluation of the effectiveness of multidisciplinary treatment
  • One-, two- and five-year follow-up assessment of Headache Center effectiveness
  •  Investigation of the underlying pathophysiology of migraines in children and adolescents
  • Analysis of genetic effects of migraines in children
  •  Evaluation of emergency department and inpatient management
  • Comparative effectiveness studies in treatment of migraine
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in the treatment of chronic migraine
  • Development of new tools, including electronic tools, and novel treatment paradigms