Catherine Satterfield

Ph.D. 2008

Thesis Title:

Differential Regulation of Opioid Receptors during Inflammation

Current Position:

Director of Training and Development, Hoya Vision Care

Past Position(s):

Territory Sales Manager, Hoya Vision Care

Undergraduate Institution and Major/Degree:

University of Minnesota, BA, Psychology/Sociology 1997

Major Advisor(s):

Christopher N. Honda, Ph.D.

Lab Rotations:

  • Ginger Seybold
  • Chris Honda
  • Linda McLoon


  • Khasabova, I. Harding-Rose, C. Satterfield, C. Simone, D.A. Seybold, V.S. Cannabinoids and opioids inhibit different voltage-dependent calcium channels in different populations of adult dorsal root ganglion neurons. Society for Neuroscience, Orlando, FL 2002
  • Brederson, JD. Sattefield, CS, Honda, CN. Effects of inflammation and morphine on intracellular calcium in sensory neurons. World Congress on Pain, Sydney, Australia 2005
  • Proposed abstract for Society for Neuroscience 2007: Satterfield, C., Schramm C., Honda C.N., Opioid receptors mediates the inhibitory effects of morphine on identified nociceptive sensory nerve fibers innervating inflamed skin. Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA 2007

Awards and Honors:

  • PharmacoNeuroImmunology (PNI) Trainee

Home Town:

  • Minneapolis,MN
Catherine Sattefield