22 episodes

Dr. Joshua Crow will host researchers, clinicians, and industry professionals to discuss recent breakthroughs in pain science and how they’re being applied across a multitude of fields. Whether you’re a science nerd, current researcher, or just looking for an educational (and maybe even entertaining!) way to pass the time…check out The PRICE of Pain Podcast.

PRICE of Pain Joshua Crow, PhD

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Dr. Joshua Crow will host researchers, clinicians, and industry professionals to discuss recent breakthroughs in pain science and how they’re being applied across a multitude of fields. Whether you’re a science nerd, current researcher, or just looking for an educational (and maybe even entertaining!) way to pass the time…check out The PRICE of Pain Podcast.

    Episode 22 - Larissa Strath, PhD - Part 2

    Episode 22 - Larissa Strath, PhD - Part 2

    Episode 22 - Larissa Strath, PhD - Part 2

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Episode 21 - Larissa Strath, PhD - Part 1

    Episode 21 - Larissa Strath, PhD - Part 1

    Episode 21 - Larissa Strath, PhD - We had technical difficulties with the audio for this one, but we promise it's got a lot of good information!

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Episode 20 - Ericka N. Merriwether, PT, DPT, PhD

    Episode 20 - Ericka N. Merriwether, PT, DPT, PhD

    Episode 20 - Ericka N. Merriwether, PT, DPT, PhD

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Episode 19 - Patrick Tighe, MD, MS

    Episode 19 - Patrick Tighe, MD, MS

    Don’t miss this thought-provoking episode with Dr. Patrick Tighe! Dr. Tighe discusses how his work led him to the burgeoning field of artificial intelligence in medicine and what he hopes this new technology can do for the future of healthcare.

    Dr. Tighe’s many titles include: Associate Professor Of Anesthesiology; Donn M. Dennis MD Professorship In Anesthetic Innovation; Co-Director, Perioperative Cognitive Anesthesia Network; Associate Professor Of Orthopaedics And Information Systems And Operations Management.

    Learn more about his work here. (https://anest.ufl.edu/profile/tighe-patrick/#research-profile)

    Dr. Tighe’s Bio:


    Dr. Tighe serves in the Division of Acute Pain Medicine and provides care in the blockroom, acute pain service, and operating room. Additionally, he is the director of the Perioperative Analytic Group and Co-Director of the Perioperative Cognitive Anesthesia Network (PeCAN).

    Dr. Tighe’s research examines how machine and deep learning algorithms, decision and process modeling, and social network analyses can improve processes related to acute postoperative pain, cognition, and perioperative patient safety. His work is currently supported by an R01 from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences at the National Institutes of Health to examine the temporal dynamics of postoperative pain. Additionally, he is a Co-PI for PRECEDE, examining the role of perioperative factors associated with postoperative cognition. He collaborates with a diverse array of researchers from the Colleges of Medicine, Engineering, Business, Dentistry, and Pharmacy.

    Dr. Tighe serves as section co-editor for the Acute and Perioperative Section of the journal Pain Medicine, and is on the Board of Directors for the American Academy of Pain Medicine. He serves on the committee on Electronic and Media Information Technology (EMIT) at the American Society of Anesthesiologists. In addition, Dr. Tighe has worked with the Analgesic, Anesthetic, and Addiction Clinical Trial Translations, Innovations, Opportunities, and Networks (ACTTION) group to develop a new multidimensional taxonomy for acute pain. He recently served as a consultant to the Institute for Healthcare Improvement on behalf of the Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation for the IHI “Advancing the Safety of Acute Pain Management” initiative.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Episode 18 - Sarah Chrabaszcz, MD

    Episode 18 - Sarah Chrabaszcz, MD

    On this episode, Dr. Sarah Chrabaszcz talks to us about splitting her time between her sports medicine fellowship here at UF and working in the emergency department. We learned a lot about the kind of treatments athletes need on and off the field. Dr. Chrabaszcz’s enthusiasm for her work really shines through as she talks about the rush of emergency medicine and being able to help patients in critical need.

    • 56 min
    Episode 17 - Mark D Bishop, PT, PhD, FAPTA

    Episode 17 - Mark D Bishop, PT, PhD, FAPTA

    Dr. Mark Bishop joins us for this episode. Dr. Bishop is an Associate Professor at the University of Florida and Director of Doctor Of Physical Therapy Program . His work focuses on the transition from acute to chronic musculoskeletal pain, identifying mechanisms that explain the effectiveness of rehabilitation interventions for pain, and optimizing recovery of people in pain through non-pharmacological interventions. We'll discuss his background in physical therapy around the world and how these experiences have informed his work and research today. Leave us a comment and please subscribe if you like the show!
    Music: Celestial Soda Pop By: Ray Lynch/BMI

    • 1 hr 8 min

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