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Unraveling the Mysteries of Translational Pain Research: Exploring Clinical Research Across Species Join us for an interesting evening of dialogue where current clinical pain research across species is presented. The goal is to stimulate ideas and identify potential collaborators from a trans-species perspective!


This project examines different factors as they relate to the aging brain, including pain sensitivity, walking ability, and thinking and memory.


This project examines the effects of Oxytocin on chronic pain in older adults with knee osteoarthritis.


This project examines the effect of a 7-week resilience-based intervention on pain and functioning in older adults with low back pain.


This study examines ethnic group differences in clinical symptoms, systemic inflammation, psychosocial functioning, and pain-related central nervous system (CNS) structure and function at baseline and over a four-year follow-up period among older adults with knee osteoarthritis.

Research Education Series-December 2019

Presented by Roger Fillingim, PhD Distinguished Professor & Director of UF Pain Research and Intervention Center of Excellence & UF Center for Advancing Minority Pain & Aging Science