- Ph.D. in Neuroscience; Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Master of Science in Physical Therapy; Texas Woman’s University, Dallas, Texas
- Bachelor of Arts in Natural Science (Interdisciplinary biology, chemistry, and physics); Minor in Music; Goshen College, Goshen, Indiana
My primary research goal is to better understand peripheral neuropharmacology, primarily focusing on sensory afferents, calcium signaling, and autonomics.
Metzler-Wilson K.^, Toma K.^, Sammons D.L., Mann S., Jurovcik A.J., Demidova O., & Wilson T.E. Augmented supraorbital skin sympathetic nerve activity responses to symptom trigger events in rosacea patients. J Neurophysiol, in press. (^: share first authorship)
Gray B., Metzler-Wilson K., Dawes K.W., & Wilson T.E. A neural link to understanding rosacea: Focusing on flushing triggers. J Am Osteo Col Dermatol, in press.
Wilson, T.E. & Metzler-Wilson, K. Sweating chloride bullets: Understanding the role of calcium in eccrine sweat glands and possible implications for hyperhidrosis. Exp Dermitol, 24(3):177-178, 2015.
Metzler-Wilson K., Sammons D.L., Ossim M.A., Metzger N.R., Jurovcik A.J., Krause B.A., & Wilson T.E. Extracellular calcium chelation and attenuation of calcium entry decrease in vivo cholinergic-induced eccrine sweating sensitivity in humans. Exp Physiol, 99(2):393-402, 2014.
Metzler-Wilson K. & Wilson T.E. Topical anesthesia does not affect cutaneous vasomotor or sudomotor responses in human skin. Auton Autacoid Pharmacol. 33(3-4):25-33, 2013.
Metzler-Wilson K., Kellie L., Tomc C., Simpson C., Sammons D., & Wilson T.E. Differential vasodilatory responses to local heating in facial, glabrous and hairy skin. Clin Physiol Funct Imaging, 32(5):361-6, 2012.
Toma K., Walkowski S., Metzler-Wilson K., & Wilson T. E. Acupuncture attenuates exercise-induced increases in skin sympathetic nerve activity. Auton Neurosci, 162(1-2): 84-8, 2011.