Pain Research

 

Making innovative discoveries in the management of acute and chronic pain

Chronic pain affects 1 in 3 people in the United States. There are more Americans suffering with chronic pain than with diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined. Chronic pain is caused by degeneration, illnesses, injuries, surgeries and treatment side effects. With chronic pain, one's nervous system is sometimes altered, making it more sensitive to pain. As a result, painful sensations can feel more severe and last longer.

The Division of Pain Research boasts a robust team of healthcare professionals committed to making innovative discoveries in the management of acute and chronic pain. Our research team includes investigators, statisticians, study coordinators, research assistants and research volunteers who work together to transform care. 

 

 

 

News

September 19, 2017

Michigan-wide drug takeback event Sept. 30

At eight locations across the state that day, Michiganders can bring old, expired or just unneeded medicines to a convenient location to drop off, and drive away knowing they’ll be properly and safely destroyed.