Here we present the board for the year of 2015
Sigridur Zoëga, PhD,clinical nurse, specialist in pain management nursing Landspítali National University Hospital of Iceland, assistant professor Faculty of Nursing. Main research: quality pain management in the hospital setting and symptom management.
PhD Assistant Professor. Department of Physiology and Pharmacology Karolinska Institutet Stockholm, Sweden. Research focus on pain signaling in the spinal cord and antiinflammatory signaling pathways in models of arthritis-induced pain
Ole Kæseler Andersen
SASP Education secretary
Ole Kæseler Andersen, dr. scient., Ph.D. Professor Center for Sensory-Motor Interaction, Department of Health Science & Technology, Aalborg University, Denmark http://smi.hst.aau.dk/~oka
Maija-Liisa Kalliomäki, MD, PhD. Anaesthesiologist in Tampere University Hospital. Main research interests include postoperative pain and pain at the intensive care unit.
SASP Board member
MD, Ph.D, head of Pain Clinic, Turku University Hospital, Turku, Finland Main research interests: chronic pain, clinical pharmacology of opioids
Karl Örn Karlsson
SASP Board member
Dentist, lector, University of Iceland Dental School, Clinical Oral Physiology. Main interests orofacial pain. Current research focus on the genetics of chronic pain in collaboration with DeCode Genetics.
SASP Board Member
PhD, Senior Scientist, Norwegian Institute of Public Health and Department of Pain Management and Research, Oslo University Hospital. Main interests: epidemiology, experimental pain research, twin studies and molecular genetics.
MD, PhD. Head of Rehabilitation Medicine and Pain Centre, Uppsala University hospital
Kristian Bernhard Nilsen
MD. phd. Senior consultant clinical neurophysiologist, associate professor Oslo University Hospital, NIOH, NTNU. Focus: human pain models and how insufficient sleep modulates pain.Neuropathic pain, sciatica, and headache.
Associate Professor, PhD, Department of Biomedicine, Aarhus University. Main research interests: Cellular/molecular mechanisms underlying neuropathic pain. Glial cell in spinal cord and PNS. Rodent models.