Position

Senior Lecturer
Anatomy & Histology

Biography

Christine's current research investigates the distribution and function of peripheral nociceptive neurons. She completed her PhD in the Discipline of Anatomy and Pathology at the University of Adelaide in 2011, investigating brain inflammation and intracranial pressure following subarachnoid haemorrhage. She gained her Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) and Master of Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) at the University of South Australia.

Qualifications

PhD (Medicine) University of Adelaide
Master of Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) University of South Australia
Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy)
 

Honours, awards and grants

2009 National Stroke Foundation Grant Recipient

Topic Coordinator:

Research interests

Sensory innervation

Musculoskeletal disorders

Supervisory interests

  • Chronic pain
  • Neurophysiology
  • Shoulder pain

RHD research supervision

Current

Associate supervisor : Neuroscience (2) ;

Publications

  • Barry, C.M., Kestell, G.R., Gillan, M.E., Haberberger, R.V. and Gibbins, I.L. (2015). Sensory nerve fibres containing calcitonin gene-related peptide in gastrocnemius, latissimus dorsi and erector spinae muscles and thoracolumbar fascia in mice. In Wearing SC, Schleip R, Chaitow L, Werner K and Findley T., ed. Fascia Research IV: Basic Science and Implications for Conventional and Complementary Health Care. Munich, Germany: Kiener Press. Fourth International Fascia Research Congess. Washington DC. Sep 2015, pp. 221-258.
  • Barry, C.M., Kestell, G.R., Haberberger, R.V. and Gibbins, I.L. (2015). Sensory nerves containing calcitonin gene-related peptide in structures commonly associated with chronic and recurrent pain. In Conference of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. Connect. Gold Coast, Australia. Oct 2015, pp. 10.
    [Web Link]
  • Barry, C.M., Vilimas, P., Haberberger, R. and Gibbins, I. (2014). Sensory nerve fibres containing calcitonin gene-related peptide in back muscles and fasciae. 34th Annual Meeting of the Australasian Neuroscience Society. Adelaide, Australia. Jan 2014.
    [Web Link]
  • Barry, C.M., DeGraaf, Y., Vilimas, P., Haberberger, R. and Gibbins, I. (2013). Live imaging of peptide-cell interactions in trigeminal ganglion that may contribute to hypertension-associated hypoalgesia. Australian Neurosocience Society 33rd Annual Meeting. Melbourne, Australia. Feb 2013, pp. 82-82.
  • Barry, C.M., Gillan, M., Vilimas, P., Kestell, G., Haberberger, R. and Gibbins, I. (2013). Sensory innervation of the thoracolumbar fascia and the erector spinae and transversospinales muscles. In New Moves. Conference of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. Melbourne, Australlia. Oct 2013, pp. 9-9.
  • Barry, C.M., Helps, S. and Vink, R. (2010). Characterization of intracranial pressure and oedema in two models of subarachnoid haemorrhage. In MG Hennerici, ed. Cerebrovascular Diseases. Basel, Switzerland: Karger. 19th European Stroke Conference. Barcelona, Spain. May 2010, pp. 285-285.
    [Web Link]
  • Barry, C.M., Helps, S., van den Heuvel, C. and Vink, R. (2010). Intracranial pressure and oedema in two models of subarachnoid haemorrhage. In 30th Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society. Sydney, Australia: Australian Neuroscience Society. 30th Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society. Sydney, Australia. Jan 2010, pp. 73-73.
  • Barry, C.M., Koblar, S. and O'Carroll, D. (2007). Frontier technologies for brain repair. Australasian Science, 28(7) pp. 16-28.
    [Web Link] [Web Link]
  • Barry, C.M., Ji, E., Sharma, H., Beukes, L., Vilimas, P.I., DeGraaf, Y.C., et al. (2017). Morphological and neurochemical differences in peptidergic nerve fibres of the mouse vagina. Journal of Comparative Neurology,
    [10.1002/cne.24214]
  • Barry, C.M., Kestell, G., Gillan, M., Haberberger, R. and Gibbins, I. (2015). Sensory nerve fibres containing calcitonin gene-related peptide in gastrocnemius, latissimus dorsi and erector spinae muscles and thoracolumbar fascia in mice. Neuroscience, 291 pp. 106-117.
    [10.1016/j.neuroscience.2015.01.062] [Scopus]
  • Bradnam, L. and Barry, C.M. (2013). The Role of the Trigeminal Sensory Nuclear Complex in the Pathophysiology of Craniocervical Dystonia. Journal of Neuroscience, 47(33) pp. 18358-18367.
    [10.1523/JNEUROSCI.3544-13.2013] [Scopus]
  • Barry, C.M., Turner, R., Corrigan, F. and Vink, R. (2012). New therapeutic approaches to subarachnoid hemorrhage. Expert Opinion On Investigational Drugs, 21(6) pp. 845-859.
    [10.1517/13543784.2012.683113] [Scopus]
  • Barry, C.M., van den Heuvel, C., Helps, S. and Vink, R. (2012). Cushing's mechanism maintains cerebral perfusion pressure in experimental subarachnoid haemorrhage. Neuroscience Letters, 529(1) pp. 92-96.
    [10.1016/j.neulet.2012.08.057] [Scopus]
  • Barry, C.M., Helps, S.C., van den Heuvel, C. and Vink, R. (2011). Characterizing the role of the neuropeptide substance P in experimental subarachnoid hemorrhga. Brain Research, 1389 pp. 143-151.
    [10.1016/j.brainres.2011.02.082] [Scopus]
  • Barry, C.M., Jones, M. and Grimmer-Somers, K. (2006). Electronic clinical records for physiotherapists. The Internet Journal of Allied Health Science and Practice, 4(1)
    [Web Link]
  • Barry, C.M., Kestell, G.R., Gillan, M.E., Haberberger, R.V. and Gibbins, I.L. (2015). Sensory nerve fibres containing calcitonin gene-related peptide in gastrocnemius, latissimus dorsi and erector spinae muscles and thoracolumbar fascia in mice. In Wearing SC, Schleip R, Chaitow L, Werner K and Findley T., ed. Fascia Research IV: Basic Science and Implications for Conventional and Complementary Health Care. Munich, Germany: Kiener Press. Fourth International Fascia Research Congess. Washington DC. Sep 2015, pp. 221-258.
  • Barry, C.M., Kestell, G.R., Haberberger, R.V. and Gibbins, I.L. (2015). Sensory nerves containing calcitonin gene-related peptide in structures commonly associated with chronic and recurrent pain. In Conference of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. Connect. Gold Coast, Australia. Oct 2015, pp. 10.
    [Web Link]
  • Barry, C.M., Ji, E., Sharma, H., Beukes, L., Vilimas, P.I., DeGraaf, Y.C., et al. (2017). Morphological and neurochemical differences in peptidergic nerve fibres of the mouse vagina. Journal of Comparative Neurology,
    [10.1002/cne.24214]
  • Barry, C.M., Kestell, G., Gillan, M., Haberberger, R. and Gibbins, I. (2015). Sensory nerve fibres containing calcitonin gene-related peptide in gastrocnemius, latissimus dorsi and erector spinae muscles and thoracolumbar fascia in mice. Neuroscience, 291 pp. 106-117.
    [10.1016/j.neuroscience.2015.01.062] [Scopus]
  • Bradnam, L. and Barry, C.M. (2013). The Role of the Trigeminal Sensory Nuclear Complex in the Pathophysiology of Craniocervical Dystonia. Journal of Neuroscience, 47(33) pp. 18358-18367.
    [10.1523/JNEUROSCI.3544-13.2013] [Scopus]
  • Barry, C.M., Turner, R., Corrigan, F. and Vink, R. (2012). New therapeutic approaches to subarachnoid hemorrhage. Expert Opinion On Investigational Drugs, 21(6) pp. 845-859.
    [10.1517/13543784.2012.683113] [Scopus]
  • Barry, C.M., van den Heuvel, C., Helps, S. and Vink, R. (2012). Cushing's mechanism maintains cerebral perfusion pressure in experimental subarachnoid haemorrhage. Neuroscience Letters, 529(1) pp. 92-96.
    [10.1016/j.neulet.2012.08.057] [Scopus]
  • Barry, C.M., Helps, S.C., van den Heuvel, C. and Vink, R. (2011). Characterizing the role of the neuropeptide substance P in experimental subarachnoid hemorrhga. Brain Research, 1389 pp. 143-151.
    [10.1016/j.brainres.2011.02.082] [Scopus]
  • Barry, C.M., Jones, M. and Grimmer-Somers, K. (2006). Electronic clinical records for physiotherapists. The Internet Journal of Allied Health Science and Practice, 4(1)
    [Web Link]
  • Barry, C.M., Koblar, S. and O'Carroll, D. (2007). Frontier technologies for brain repair. Australasian Science, 28(7) pp. 16-28.
    [Web Link] [Web Link]

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