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Jeff Verive
Illinois Institute of Technology
Joliet, IL, United States
Research areas of interest: 
Acute and Chronic pain mechanisms; neurobiology of pain in naturally occurring disease; algometry
Jeff Verive
none
Joliet, IL, United States
Research areas of interest: 
HUMAN SENSORY NEUROLOGY
Clement Verkest
Institute of Pharmacology
Heidelberg University
Heidelberg, 06560, Germany
Research areas of interest: 
ion channel
Neurobiology of sensory neurons
Quintin Verloop
Lycoderm Laboratories
Centurion, South Africa
Research areas of interest: 
Acute and Chronic pain and itch
Parul Verma
Purdue University
West Lafayette, United States
Research areas of interest: 
Computational Neuroscience
computational modelling
Vivek Verma
McGill University
Montreal, Canada
Research areas of interest: 
Post operative pain
Claire Vernon
Northwestern University Medical School
Chicago, IL, United States
Research areas of interest: 
Ion Channel Biology
Migraine Pain
Madeleine Verriotis
UCL
London, United Kingdom
Research areas of interest: 
Development of cortical pain responses
Gwendolyn Vesenka
University of New England
Biddeford, ME, United States
Research areas of interest: 
Acute and Chronic pain mechanisms; neurobiology of pain in naturally occurring disease; algometry
Andreu Viader
Washington University in St Louis
St Louis, United States
Research areas of interest: 
diabetic neuropathy
Felix Viana
Instituto de Neurociencias UMH-CSIC
San Juan de Alicante, Spain
Research areas of interest: 
Ion channels; pain
Calcium imaging
Viacheslav Viatchenk...
Bogomoletz Institute of physiology
Kiev, Ukraine
Research areas of interest: 
Acute and Chronic pain
james vick
Walter Reed Orofacial Pain Resident
US Navy
Chevy Chase, MD, United States
Research areas of interest: 
Orofacial pain
Kelsey Vickers
Shriners Hospital for Children
McGill University
Montreal, Canada
Research areas of interest: 
Pediatric Chronic and Acute pain
Postoperative pain
Lars-Johan Viddal
University of Leuven
Ålesund, Norway
Research areas of interest: 
Pain
perception
Amandio Vieira
physioswiss
Bulle, Switzerland
Research areas of interest: 
Acute and chronic pain management
Acute and Chronic pain
Rafaela Vieira da Silva
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil
Research areas of interest: 
animal models of neuropathic pain
Central nervous system mechanisms of inflammatory and neuropathic pain
Palanisamy Vijayanand
International Association for the Study of Pain
Indian Society for Study of Pain
Indian Society of Anaesthesiologists
College of Anaesthetists of Ireland
Hyderabad, India
Research areas of interest: 
Clinical Pharmacology
clinical psychology
Kausalia Vijayaragavan
Inbiomed
San Sebastian, Basque Country, Spain
Research areas of interest: 
peripheral sensory neural development
human pluripotent stem cells
Lars Viktrup
Lilly Research Laboratories
Indianapolis, IN, United States
Research areas of interest: 
visceral pain
Josep Vilaplana
IASP
Girona CATALONIA, Spain
Research areas of interest: 
Chronic Pain
Cancer pain
Daniel Vilceanu
University of Missouri School of Medicine
Columbia, MO, United States
Research areas of interest: 
Clinical Pain
genetics and pain
Sara Villa
King's College London
London, United Kingdom
Research areas of interest: 
Acute and Chronic pain mechanisms; neurobiology
Acute and Chronic pain mechanisms; neurobiology of pain
erika villada
KENT STATE
NEW YORK, United States
Research areas of interest: 
PHYSCOLOGIST
Elmer Villalon
American Academy of Orofacial Pain
Pueblo, CO, United States
Research areas of interest: 
Acute and Chronic pain
Armando Villarreal
University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry
Rochester, NY, United States
Research areas of interest: 
Neuropathic pain and genomics
Jillian Vinall
University of Calgary
Calgary, Canada
Research areas of interest: 
Paediatric pain
Tonia Vincent
University of Oxford
Oxford, United Kingdom
Research areas of interest: 
Osteoarthritis Pathogenesis
Kathleen Vincent
McGill University
Montreal, Canada
Research areas of interest: 
Molecular and cellular mechanisms of pain
Archana Viswanath
Tufts University School of Dental Medicine
Boston, MA, United States
Research areas of interest: 
Orofacial pain
Daniela Vivaldi
UNC-CH
Duke University
Cary, NC, United States
Research areas of interest: 
Chronic orofacial pain
Chronic Pain
Daniela Vivaldi
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC, United States
Research areas of interest: 
craniofacial anomalies
quality of life
Johan Vlaeyen
University of Leuven
LEUVEN, Belgium
Research areas of interest: 
Psychology of Pain
Daniel Voisin
University of Bordeaux
Inserm U862
Bordeaux, France
Research areas of interest: 
Neurobiology of pain
trigeminal pain mechanisms
Tiphaine Voisin
Harvard Medical School
Boston, MA, United States
Research areas of interest: 
Neuroimmunology
Acute and Chronic pain
Maurice Volaski
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Bronx, United States
Research areas of interest: 
atypical pain syndromes
Carl L von Baeyer
Depts of Psychology & Pediatrics
University of Saskatchewan; Depts of Clinical Health Psychology and Paediatrics & Child Health
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB, Canada
Research areas of interest: 
pediatric pain
pain assessment
Isabell von Loga
University of Oxford
Oxford, United Kingdom
Research areas of interest: 
Osteoarthritis
Neuropathic Pain
Habiba Vongtau
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh
PA
Pittsburgh, PA, United States
Research areas of interest: 
purinergic nociceptive signaling
neurodegeneration
Pauline Voon
BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Research areas of interest: 
injection drug use
substance use
Claire Vosburgh
Caregiver
Clearwater, FL, United States
Research areas of interest: 
Acute and Chronic pain
Robin Vroman
Ghent University
Ghent, Belgium
Research areas of interest: 
Acute & chronic pain mechanisms
connective tissue disorders
David Vu
Monash University
Melbourne, Australia
Research areas of interest: 
empathy
Acute and Chronic pain
Bozica Vujcic
none
Trzic, Gorenjska, Slovenia
Research areas of interest: 
Chronic Pain
Nickolai Vysokov
King's College London
London, United Kingdom
Research areas of interest: 
Molecular and cellular mechanisms of pain
Acute & chronic pain mechanisms

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