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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

Dr. Ellen Terry receives MBI Rising Stars Award

We are so proud of Dr. Ellen Terry on receiving for the second year in a row the MBI Rising Star award. Dr. Terry’s research focuses on developing behavioral interventions to reduce pain catastrophizing. Please follow the MBI Rising Star: a video series highlighting the up-and-coming University of…

Research Education Series-November 2019

UF CAMPAS Presents: How to Design a Pilot Project Presented by Marco Pahor, PhD Director of UF Institute on Aging & Professor and Founding Chair of the Department of Aging and Geriatric Research, College of Medicine Dr. Pahor will share his expertise on how to…

Research Education Series- October 2019

UF CAMPAS Presents: Community-Based Recruitment for Health Disparities Research Presented by Linda Cottler, PhDAssociate Dean for Research and Dean’sProfessor in the Department of Epidemiology, College of Public Health &Health Professions Dr. Cottler will share her expertise on how to increase community engagement and recruitment of diverse populations…