Neurobiological Interface

Brain Imaging

Our research focuses on understanding the complex relationships between chronic pain, resilience, and the brain with consideration for sociodemographic factors.

People don’t come preassembled but glued together by life. Each time one of us is constructed, a different result occurs. LeDoux, (2002, p.3)

Associated Publications:

Greater socioenvironmental risk factors and higher chronic pain stage are associated with thinner bilateral temporal lobes. PMID: 37984835

Chronic Pain Severity and Sociodemographics: An Evaluation of the Neurobiological Interface. PMID: 34425249

Relationships between Chronic Pain Stage, Cognition, Temporal Lobe Cortex, and Sociodemographic Variables. PMID: 33720889

Resilience, Pain, and the Brain: Relationships Differ by Sociodemographics. PMID: 33606287