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GUNN - LOKE Lectures

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, Seattle

The University of Washington's Multidisciplinary Pain Center has, since 1986, hosted the annual Gunn-Loke Lecture. Sponsored by Dr. Chan Gunn and Mrs. Peggy Gunn, this annual lecture has become an interesting and popular event. Leading pain experts from around the world have been invited to join Dr. Gunn to speak on pain related subjects each spring.

 

Previous Lectures:

 

2014

Speaker: Anesthesiologist Daniel B. Carr, MD, MA

Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA

A leader in pain medicine and has written extensively on the change in American health care and how they might alter pain management.

2013 "The Millitary Experience with Pain Management: Are Complementary & Integrative Practices No Longer 'Alternative'?" - Eric Bradley Schoomaker, MD, PhD, FACP
2012 Our Twenty-Seventh Annual Lecture - Heather Tick, MA, MD, CCFRP,CAFCI, DipAAPM, Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Anesthesiology of Pain Medicine, UW Scool of Medicine, Seattle, Washington: "Chronic Pain: Moving Towards an Integrative Model"
2011 Our Twenty-Sixth Annual Lecture  - Joyce A. DeLeo, PhD, Chair of Pharmacology & Toxicology, and Professor of Anesthesiology & Toxicology; Director of Academic Partnerships, SYNERGY Dartmouth Center for Clinical and Translational Science, Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, NH, USA: "Role of CNS Glia and Infiltrating Immune Cells in Pain: Lessons Learned from the Lab and Clinic"
2010 Our Twenty-Fifth Annual Lecture - Ian Gilron, MD, MSC, FRCPC, Director of Clinical Pain Research; Professor, Department of Anesthesiology & Perioperative Medicine and Pharmacology & Toxicology, Kingston General Hospital and Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada: "Combination Pharmacotherapy for the Management of Pain"
2009 Our Twenty-Fourth Annual Lecture - Jeffrey Mogil, PhD, Professor, Department of Psychology, and E.P. Taylor Professor of Pain Studies, McGill University, Montreal, PQ, Canada: "The Development of Animal Models of Common Pain Pathologies: Why and How"
2008 Our Twenty-Third Annual Lecture - James L. Henry, PhD, Scientific Director of the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Pain Research and Care; Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences and of Anesthesia, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada: "Animal Modeling: the Crossroads of Physiology and Clinical Pain"
2007

This year’s lecture was presented on July 19, 2007.  The lecturer was Dr  Robert H Dworkin, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, New York.  The topic of his lecture was "Shingles and its Persistence:  A Belt of Roses from Hell"

2006 Dr Linda Watkins, Department of Psychology, University of Colorado at Boulder - "Listening' and 'Talking' to Neurons:  Clinical Implications of Immune and Glial Regulation of Pain".
2005 Dr Patrick Mantayh, Professor, Department of Preventive Sciences

2004

Gerry Gebhart, Professor of Pharmacology at University of Iowa 

2003

Dr Catherine Bushnell,  PhD - How  Pain Manifests Itself in the Brain

2002

Marshal Devor, PhD - "Neural Mechanisms of Pain in Neuropathy" 

2001

 Allan I. Basbaum, PhD - "The Neurochemistry of Acute and Persistent Pain"

2000

Ronald Dubner, DDS, PhD, USA - "Solving the Puzzle of Persistent Pain"

1999

David Morris, PhD, USA - "Reinventing Pain"

1998

Clifford J. Woolf, MB, BCh, PhD, MRCP, USA - "Central Sensitization and Pain"

1997

Ira Byock, MD, USA - "Dying Well: Reframing and Reclaiming Life's End"

1996

Maria Fitzgerald, MD, England - "Transient Sensory Connections in the Developing Spinal Cord - or What a Neonate Feels"

1995

Gordon Waddell, MD, Scotland - "Contemporary Management of Low Back Pain"

1994

John C. Liebeskind, PhD, USA - "Pain Can Kill"

1993

Dennis Turk, PhD, USA - " Cognitive Factors in Chronic Pain: Psychological, Physiological and Behavioral Effects"

1992

Gary J. Bennett, PhD, USA - "Pathogenic Mechanisms of Painful Peripheral Neuropathy: Evidence from an Experimental Model"

1991

Mitchell B. Max, MD, USA - "Clinical Trials in Neuropathic Pain"

1990

Kathleen Foley, MD, USA - "Controversies in the Management of Cancer Pain"

1989

Howard L. Fields, MD, PhD, USA

1988

Ulf Lindblom, MD, Sweden - "Neuropathic and Musculoskeletal Pain: Mechanisms and Diagnostic Criteria"

1987

Patrick D. Wall, MD, England - "Why Some Pains Resist Treatment"

1986

Ron Melzack, PhD, Canada - " The Challenge of Pain"

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