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Dr. Bartley named first recipient of the G.F. Gebhart Journal of Pain Early Career Investigator Award

Dr. Emily Bartley was named the first recipient of the G.F. Gebhart Journal of Pain Early Career Investigator Award, which recognizes individuals who demonstrate research excellence and considerable promise of […]

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UF Resource Center for Minority Aging Research

We are excited to announce that PRICE has received funding to establish a new program, the Resource Center for Minority Aging Research.

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Dr. Riley Appointed to Faculty Affairs Role

The University of Florida College of  Dentistry announced the appointment of Joseph Riley, III, Ph.D., as interim associate dean for faculty affairs effective July 23, 2018.

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Dr. Bartley receives R00 award

Dr. Bartley’s grant provides support for a 3 year continuation of her research titled, “Adaptability and Resilience in Aging Adults.”

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Dr. Cruz-Almeida awarded National Institutes of Health R01 Award

Dr. Yenisel Cruz-Almeida has been awarded a National Institutes of Health R01 award funded by the National Institute on Aging titled: Mechanisms of Oxytocin’s Analgesia in Older Adults.

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Dr. Booker Receives Awards

Dr. Star Booker recently won two awards for her research on osteoarthritis pain.

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The University of Florida’s Pain Research and Intervention Center of Excellence (PRICE) is a multi-college center of excellence that serves as the professional home for UF scientists, clinicians and trainees dedicated to improved understanding and treatment of pain.

The mission of UF PRICE is to reduce pain-related suffering through excellence in pain research, treatment and education by integrating all three goals under one interdisciplinary Center.
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Dr. Cruz-Almeida awarded National Institutes of Health R01 Award

Dr. Yenisel Cruz-Almeida has been awarded a National Institutes of Health R01 award funded by the National Institute on Aging titled: Mechanisms of Oxytocin’s Analgesia in Older Adults.

Sibille Receives NIH Award

Dr. Sibille has been awarded a National Institutes of Health R01 award funded by the National Institute on Aging entitled: Health Disparities in Osteoarthritis: Biological Aging, Stress, and Pain – […]

PRICE Awarded Grant for Postdoctoral Training in Pain and Aging Research

In collaboration with the UF Institute on Aging, PRICE has been awarded a $1.2 million postdoctoral training grant to support the Integrative and Multidisciplinary Pain and Aging Research Training (IMPART) […]

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