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PD Dr. med. Petra Schweinhardt, PhD

Petra Schweinhardt, PhD
Klinische Position
Leiterin Forschung Chiropraktik
Team
Forschung Chiropraktik
Sprachen
Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch

Ehrungen und Preise

  • 2013-2016 Canada Research Chair (CRC) Tier II “The Neurobiology of Chronic Pain”
  • 2010-2014 Salary Award (Bourse de chercheur-boursier “Junior 1”) – Fonds de la recherche en santé Quebec
  • 2010 Early Career Award Canadian Pain Society 2009 International Association for the Study of Pain Early Career Award

Grants

  • 2018-2022 CHF 632'000 Funding agency: SNF Role: PI The influence of danger signals on nociceptive processing: from healthy subjects to chronic pain patients
  • 2018 CHF 3´400 Funding agency: SNF Role: Co-Investigator Spine Tango Conservative - Workshop
  • 2017-2018 EUR 200´000 Funding agency: PRODEX (Foundation of the European Space Agency) Role: Co-Investigator The effect of changing gravity on spinal stiffness
  • 2016-2017 CAD 40'000 Funding agency: FRQ-S Network for Oral and Bone Health Research Role: Co-Investigator Transition from acute to chronic painful temporomandibular disorders: a prospective cohort study
  • 2008-2016 USD 2.8 million As an independent investigator at McGill, in the form of operating funds, infrastructure awards, and salary support

Wissenschaftliche Projekte

  • The role of danger and safety signals in sensitizing the pain processing system
  • The influence of pain chronicity on outcome
  • Localized vs. widespread pain and hypersensitivity and implications for outcome

Sonstige Aktivitäten

Talks and Media

2018

  • Structural changes in the brain in chronic back pain patients. 8th NEUROspine meeting Bern, Switzerland
  • Special Guest Lecture – Supraspinal pain modulation. 5th Annual General Meeting and Conference of The Royal College of Chiropractors, London, England

2017

  • Pain from the human perspective. International Fall Meeting of the German Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Bochum, Germany
  • Multivariate Decoding of Sensorimotor Brain Activity during Lumbar Pressure Stimulation accurately identifies chronic low back pain. European Chiropractor Convention, Cyprus May
  • The role of the medial prefrontal cortex in pain – the human perspective. Symposium The medial prefrontal cortex and pain. Annual Meeting of the American Pain Society, Pittsburgh
  • Supraspinal Pain Processing and Modulation. Schmerzkaleidoskop. CE activity Dentistry.St Moritz
  • Multivariate decoding of sensorimotor brain activity during lumbar pressure stimulation accurately identifies chronic low back pain patients. European Chiropractic Union Convention, Cyprus
  • Chronic pain from the perspective of the brain. Colloque de Formation, Lausanne

2016

  • Refresher course "Brain circuits in acute and chronic pain". 16th World Congress of Pain, Yokohama, Japan
  • Basic science of acute and chronic pain. Post-graduate course ‘Current knowledge in the diagnosis, epidemiology, biomarkers and management of orofacial pain’, Montreal, Canada.
  • Grey matter alterations in chronic pain – where do we stand? Keynote lecture at the 36th Annual Meeting of the Australian Pain Society, Pert, Australia.
  • Pain and the reward circuitry: Interactions in acute and chronic pain. Keynote lecture at the 36th Annual Meeting of the Australian Pain Society, Pert, Australia.
  • Behavioral and neurophysiological interactions between pain and reward. Linkoeping University, Sweden.
  • Behavioral and neurophysiological interactions between pain and reward. Mini-symposium Zurich University, Switzerland.

2015

  • Is a responsive default mode network required for successful working memory task performance? Research Seminar, University of Montreal.
  • Tagesanzeiger - On our study on increasing placebo effects.
  • Wie Schmerz entsteht (‘Pain generation‘). FachMedetage 04/15, symposium for lawyers, Zurich, Switzerland.
  • Musculoskeletal Pain: Translating basic models and mechanisms. Symposium at the 34th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Pain Society, Palm Springs, U.S.A. 
  • Interactions between pain and reward - behavioral and neurophysiological findings. Pain Seminar Series Center for Pain Research and Innovation, School of Dentistry, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.

2014

  • Imaging pain processing in the brain – the case of the interaction between pain and reward. Key note speaker Pain Day, University of Bochum.
  • Pain and Motivation. Neurobiology of Pain and Itch meeting, San Francisco, U.S.A.
  • Featured in the National ME/CFS Action Network newsletter
  • Imaging pain in health and disease. University of Minnesota.
  • The Clinical Management of Acute and Chronic Pain – Basic Science. McGill Faculty of Dentistry, Continued Education Program.
  • Chronic pain. Université de Montreal, Faculty of Dentistry Retreat.

2013

  • Imaging pain and reward systems. CIHR Teambuilding workshop on Orofacial Pain, Dorval, Quebec, Canada.
  • Neurophysiological and neurochemical underpinnings of the interaction between pain and reward. Pharmacology and Toxicology Seminar, University of Zuerich, Switzerland.
  • Supraspinal pain processing and modulation. 1er Curso de Dolor Crónico de la Facultad de Ciencias Biomédicas, Buenos Aires, Argentina (web-based lecture).
  • The pain-reward connection: evidence form human volunteers. Canadian Pain Society Annual Conference, Winnipeg, Canada
  • Pain-reward interactions in human volunteers. 46th Annual Winter Conference on Brain Research, Breckensridge, U.S.A.
  • Spying on the brain – cerebral brain alterations in chronic pain. Pain lecture series of the Center for Pain Research at Pittsburgh University, U.S.A.

2012

  • Functional and structural MRI techniques for the investigation of pain. Refresher course, 14th World Congress of Pain, Milan, Italy
  • Brain alterations in patients with chronic pain. 1st OMFS Research Day, McGill University
  • Annals of Neurology - on the state of imaging in regard to its role in helping understand/diagnose pain.
  • The changing image of pain. J. Earl Wynands Royal College Keynote lecture, 53rd Annual McGill Anesthesia Update

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