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Joel Greenspan, PhD
Joel Greenspan, PhD
Professor and Departmental Chair, Department of Neural and Pain Sciences
SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY
Neural mechanisms of analgesia and hyperalgesia
Predictors of clinical pain development and its relief
Non-invasive cerebral neuromodulation for pain relief
Neuroimaging – functional MRI (fMRI)
Psychophysics – Quantitative Sensory Testing (QST)
Clinical Pain Phenotyping
ORCID ID: 0000-0003-4062-9797
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- Slade GD, Sanders AE, Ohrbach R, Fillingim RB, Dubner R, Gracely RH, Bair E, Maixner W, Greenspan JD. Pressure Pain Thresholds Fluctuate With, But Do Not Usefully Predict, the Clinical Course of Painful Temporomandibular Disorder. Pain, 155:2134-2143, 2014.
- Quiton RL, Keaser ML, Zhou J, Gullapalli RP, Greenspan JD. Intersession Reliability of MRI Activation for Heat Pain and Motor Tasks. NeuroImage: Clinical, 5:309-321, 2014.
- Greenspan JD, Slade GD, Bair E, Dubner R, Fillingim RB, Ohrbach R, Knott C, Diatchenko L, Liu Q, Maixner W: Pain Sensitivity and Autonomic Factors Associated With Development of TMD: The OPPERA Prospective Cohort Study. J Pain 14:T63-T74, 2013.
- Veldhuijzen DS, Keaser ML, Traub DS, Zhuo J, Gullapalli RP, Greenspan JD. The role of circulating sex hormones in menstrual cycle dependent modulation of pain-related brain activation. Pain, 154:548-59, 2013.
- Garrett, PH, Sarlani E, Grace EG, Greenspan JD. Chronic temporomandibular disorders are not necessarily associated with a compromised endogenous analgesic system. J. Orofac. Pain, 27(2):142-50, 2013.