PAIN Research Group
Research Focus Area
Imaging Pain and Analgesia in animals, children and adults. We evaluate brain and nerve plasticity in chronic pain, anesthesia and the effects of drugs. Research programs headed by a number of PI's within the group include PET/fMRI, NIRS, and fMRI to evaluate a number of process including the evolution of chronic pain states (e.g., CRPS, migraine, abdominal pain) and issues pertaining to disease resistance or resilience.
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