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Position:

Post-doctoral Researcher


Department:

Department of Health Science and Technology


Organization:

Center for Neuroplasticity and Pain (CNAP), Aalborg University


Country:

Denmark

Dr. Megan McPhee

PhD

Dr. Megan McPhee completed her PhD in December 2020 with a strong focus on understanding changes in pro-nociceptive and anti-nociceptive mechanisms over time in people with low back pain. She has since continued working on understanding biological, demographic, and clinical factors influencing pain modulatory mechanisms in epidemiological samples from the Tromsø study, as well as beginning to study how pain modulation may relate to other mechanisms of cortical plasticity.

Sessions




Thursday, September 22, 2022

Time
10:45am EDT12:15pm EDT

Phenotyping Pain Mechanisms in Low Back Pain: Modulatory Factors and Clinical Utility

Tracks: Specific Pain Conditions/Pain In Specific Populations
Categories: Topical Workshop, Virtual Program

Treatment success for back pain patients without curable pathophysiological or pathoanatomical cause, is limited by imprecise mechanistic assessment in clinical…