Neuroimaging the brain in pain [ 2015 - 2019 ]

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Brief description The fundamental problem with pain is that it cannot be seen. We can see injury, but pain and injury are quite often not related. Brain imaging has demonstrated consistent patterns of activity when we feel pain, and long-term changes that happen in chronic, i.e. persistent, painful disorders. This project will use the best technology available to investigate the basics of how our brains perceive pain, and to shed light on some of the brain mechanisms that underpin chronic pain.

Funding Amount $AUD 378,119.38

Funding Scheme Early Career Fellowships

Notes CJ Martin Biomedical ECF

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