David Seminowicz, Ph.D.


David Seminowicz, PhD

Associate Professor, Department of Neural and Pain Sciences


Research interests


Neuroimaging (EEG, MRI)

Migraine, Burning mouth syndrome, other chronic pain disorders

Pain-cognition interactions

Longitudinal studies in humans and rodents


Research approaches

Neuroimaging (EEG, MRI) in humans and rodents

Cognitive tasks

Quantitative sensory testing



ORCID ID orcid.org/0000-0003-3111-3756#sthash.rmXXjxip.dpuf

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  1. Mathur VA, Khan SA, Keaser ML, Hubbard CS, Goyal M, Seminowicz DA (2015). Altered cognition-related brain activity and interactions with acute pain in migraine. Neuroimage: Clinical. 7: 347-358.
  2. Hubbard CS, Khan SA, Xu S, Cha M, Masri R, Seminowicz DA (2015). Behavioral, metabolic and functional brain changes in a rat model of chronic neuropathic pain: A longitudinal MRI study. Neuroimage.107C:333-344.
  3. Hubbard CS, Khan SA, Keaser ML, Mathur VA, Goyal M, Seminowicz DA (2014). Altered Brain Structure and Function Correlate with Disease Severity and Pain Catastrophizing in Migraine Patients. ENEURO. 0006-14.2014
  4. Khan SA, Keaser ML, Meiller TF, Seminowicz DA (2014). Altered structure and function in hippocampus and medial prefrontal cortex in patients with burning mouth syndrome. Pain. 155:1472-80.
  5. Seminowicz DA, Wideman TH, Naso L, Hatami-Khosroushahi Z, Fallatah, S, Ware MA, Jarzem P, Bushnell MC, Shir Y, Ouellet JA, Stone LS (2011). Effective treatment of chronic low back pain in humans reverses abnormal brain anatomy and function. Journal of Neuroscience. 31:7540-7550.