Cerebral Oscillations of Pain 

In the current proposal, we examine the precise brain mechanisms associated with a reliable marker of pain sensitivity and test it against several alternative mechanisms, with the overall goal of understanding the brain networks involved in the pain-alpha relationship and their association with psychosocial and sensory variables.


Relevant papers:

Cerebral peak alpha frequency predicts individual differences in pain sensitivity.

Cerebral Peak Alpha Frequency Reflects Average Pain Severity in a Human Model of Sustained, Musculoskeletal Pain

Corticomotor Depression Is Associated With Higher Pain Severity in the Transition to Sustained Pain: A Longitudinal Exploratory Study of Individual Differences

       Just published: Sensorimotor Peak Alpha Frequency Is a Reliable Biomarker of Prolonged Pain Sensitivity


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Seminowicz Pain Imaging Lab

University of Maryland, School of Dentistry

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