Our lab is interested in discovering the brain mechanisms of pain. Pain is a complex experience, and we are slowly beginning to understand the relationship between brain activity and the various pain dimensions.
We perform brain imaging research with humans and with rodent models of chronic pain. Our overall goal is to identify brain regions and circuits that change with chronic pain.
Want to be a part of the DAS lab team? Now hiring a postdoc fellow. See the Join the Lab page for more details or https://www.painresearchforum.org/members/jobs/119384-postdoctoral-fellowships-pain-neuroimaging.
July 2018 lab picture at a retreat.
Top: left to right - Mike, Andrew, Sam, Dave, Jing
Bottom: Joyce, Janell, Shana, Mariya, Janelle
Apr 27, 2015
Longitudinal neuroimaging studies of chronic low back pain, burning mouth syndrome, and migraine.
David Seminowicz, PhD is an invited speaker at Sinai Hospital Grand Rounds, Baltimore, MD.
May 26, 2015
NIH Pain Consortium Symposium. Cognitive Aspects of Acute and Chronic Pain: 10 Advances in 10 Years
David Seminowicz, PhD is an invited speaker in Bethesda, MD.
June 30, 2015
Visible Soultions: How Nueroimaging Can HLep Law Re-Envision Pain.
David Seminowicz, PhD is an invited speaker at the Center for Law, Brain, and Behavior of Massachusetts General Hospital and The Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics of Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA. Chair and Panel Discussant for the Section on Pain and Emotion
July 26, 2015
APTA Section On Research Retreat. Piecing Together The Pain Puzzle: The Biopsychosocial Model.
David Seminowicz, PhD is an invited speaker in Smithfield, RI. Brain mechanisms of chronic pain: longitudinal MRI studies in humans and rodents