The Neurosurgery Pain Research Institute was created to investigate controlling, preventing and eliminating neurosurgically related pain. There is a tremendous need to establish a scientific rationale for improving the understanding of chronic pain, and devising new approaches to alleviating and preventing it.
This Institute will perform basic scientific and clinical research into the mechanisms of different human chronic pain states as a basis for rational treatment of chronic pain. Our research is focused on neurological diseases that trigger pain and pain as a result of neurosurgical procedures.
Learn more about our vision to research and diminish neurosurgical pain.
Leading the way: discover what research our faculty is currently conducting.
To learn more about research being conducted at the Neurosurgery Pain Research Institute at Johns Hopkins, email us.