Ralisa Pop, BHS, CCRC

Training and Employment

Ralisa Pop, earned her Bachelor’s degree with Honors in Health Science from the University of Florida, College of Public Health and Health Professions in 2012. She started as a research assistant volunteer in 2011 and is currently working in the Pain Research and Intervention Center of Excellence (PRICE) Lab as a Clinical Research Coordinator. Ralisa has participated in numerous studies (i.e., Orofacial Pain Perspective Evaluation and Risk Assessment [OPPERA], Understanding Pain and Limitations in Osteoarthritic Disease [UPLOAD], Determinants of Pain Research [DOPR], Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy [CIPN] Study, and Understanding Pain and Limitations in Osteoarthritic Disease [UPLOAD] 24/48 month Follow-up) within the lab working alongside Drs. Roger Fillingim, Margarete Ribeiro-Dasilva and Kimberly Sibille. Additionally, she contributes support to various other studies within the PRICE Lab. Her interest in pain research has stemmed from her interest in anesthesiology/pain management, and she is currently pursuing her life-long goal of developing a career in medicine.