We are happy to welcome Peter Andreas Andersen, MD, as a new PhD student at The Danish Pain Research Center, where he will be working at the project ”Neuropathic pain and sensory disturbances after spinal cord and nerve root lesions”.
Congratulations to Xiaoli Hu, who succesfully defended her PhD.
We are pleased to welcome Xiaoli Hu as a new post.doc. at the Danish Pain Research Center.
Xiaoli Hu defended her PhD thesis titled ”Mechanisms behind Diabetic Polyneuropathy and Neuropathic Pain in Type 1 Diabetes” at 14.00 on April 24, 2023
Congratulations to Ellen Lund Schaldemose, who succesfully defended her PhD.
Ellen Lund Schaldemose, MD, from The Danish Pain Research Center, Department of Clinical Medicine, will defend her PhD thesis titled ”Sensory loss and pain in diabetic polyneuropathy” at 14.00 on January 27, 2023.
Congratulations to Michael Nørregaard Vinkel who successfully defended his PhD.
Michael Nørregaard Vinkel, MD, from The Danish Pain Research Center, Department of Clinical Medicine, will defend his PhD thesis titled ”Pain and sensory function in children and youth with cerebral palsy” at 12.00 on January 19, 2023.
The Danish Pain Research Center is a research unit under Department of Clinical Medicine, Aarhus University. The centre is affiliated with the Department of Neurology, Aarhus University Hospital.
The centre was founded in 1994 with the aim to study chronic pain, in particular neuropathic pain and to understand underlying mechanisms and to improve treatment.
The research attempts to bridge the gap between pain physiology, experimental and clinical pain research and takes place in an interdisciplinary collaboration between researchers and clinicians in national and international research networks.