Rich Harrison

I completed my PhD at Reading in 2019. My current postdoctoral work is jointly funded by the Medical Research Council to investigate individual differences in central sensitisation and response to cognitive intreventions, as well as Varian Medical Systems to develop a predictive assessment for an experimental radiological intervention for treating knee osteoarthritis.
My research focuses predominately on pain, examining psychological processes underlying how pain is processed, as well as individual differences in the ability to modulate (or control) the experience of pain.

I am Co-lead of the Pain Lab at CINN with Wiebke Gandhi.

Personal website: Richard Harrison