American Pain Society 2019

Liz Losin was selected as a speaker for a cross-disciplinary panel on “Elucidating Factors Contributing to Health Disparities in Pain: Applying the National Institutes on Aging Health Disparities Research Framework” at the annual meeting on the American Pain Society. Liz gave her talk on “Sociocultural and neural mechanisms of ethnic disparities in pain and pain treatment” yesterday at the 3 PM panel. Graduate student Steven Anderson also traveled to Milwaukee for the conference, where he presented a poster titled “Doctor-patient racial/ethnic concordance predicts pain: Evidence from simulated clinical interactions“, which uses data from our lab’s doctor-patient simulation paradigm.

Liz Losin gives a talk on the sociocultural and neural factors impacting disparities in pain perception and pain treatment across demographic groups.