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The Arthritis Research UK Pain Centre at the University of Nottingham has been created to investigate the mechanisms that lead to the chronic pain experienced by sufferers of arthritis, and to improve the treatment of that pain. The Centre is funded by a substantial award from Arthritis Research UK.
The Director of the Centre is David Walsh, Professor in Rheumatology, and the Deputy Director is Professor Victoria Chapman.
Research is undertaken by a multidisciplinary team based in the Schools of Medicine and Life Sciences. The team, led by Professors Walsh, Chapman, Auer, Lincoln,Doherty and Scammell, Drs. Kelly and Zhang, bring together expertise in the investigation of:
Psychological aspects, including patients’ beliefs about their pain will be studied alongside magnetic resonance imaging of brain activity. Studies of the peripheral, spinal and brain mechanisms contributing to osteoarthritic pain will further our understanding and predict the potential of novel analgesic targets.
Our mission is to pursue international excellence in multidisciplinary, translational research, thereby enhancing understanding of arthritis pain and improving its treatment.
If you are a member of the public and want tofind out more about what we do and why it is important, click on the image link.
Donations to the Centre can be made via Impact: The Nottingham Campaign (click on the logo above), or via the Arthritis Research UK website.
Please contact the Administrative Coordinator, Jane Healy
tel: +44(0)115 82 31766
fax: +44(0)115 82 31757
Unfortunately, the Centre is unable to provide clinical advice for the treatment of arthritis and would suggest you contact your doctor. Further information and support regarding arthritis can be found via the Arthritis Care website.
Clinical Sciences BuildingCity HospitalNottingham, NG5 1PB
telephone: +44 (0) 115 823 1766 ext 31766
fax: +44 (0) 115 823 1757