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April 25, 2024

PsyPost Cited Jacob Aday, PhD

“Psychedelics, art, and aesthetic experiences have always been closely linked, but this has often been overlooked by clinical researchers,” says anesthesiology research investigator Jacob Aday, Ph.D., in an article on his study showing that ayahuasca use led to a lasting boost in aesthetic appreciation."

October 30, 2023

Sickle Cell Symposium

Join us to hear about:

Sickle cell and chronic pain Advances in treatment Emergency room visits for people with SCD Lived experiences from a panel of Warriors
July 18, 2023

CPFRC Health Equity Core Summer Newsletter

This newsletter, released periodically, features current and upcoming research opportunities; interviews with staff, community partners, representatives, and researchers; upcoming events; and health resources.

April 6, 2023

Feature on Chronic Pain

According to Daniel Clauw, a physician-scientist at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, many studies show that “if you do make someone’s pain dramatically better”, say with knee replacement surgery, “you often make anxiety, depression, catastrophizing dramatically better”.

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May 19, 2022

2022 UM Pain Short Course Announced

August 1st and August 2nd in the Kahn Auditorium in Biomedical Sciences Research Building.

Check back here as more information becomes available.