Understanding Osteoarthritis and the Pain It Causes: A Chat With Tuhina Neogi

Pain Research Forum, 23 September 2020

Tuhina Neogi, MD PhD, is professor at the Boston University School of Medicine and in the School of Public Health, US, as well as chief of Rheumatology at Boston Medical Center. After completing her medical training at the University of Toronto, Canada, Neogi moved to Boston to complete her PhD in the School of Public Health at Boston University. As a rheumatologist and epidemiologist, Neogi focuses her research primarily on risk factors and pain mechanisms underlying knee osteoarthritis. In addition to her clinical work and research, Neogi plays a key role in mentoring trainees and junior faculty in musculoskeletal disease-related research. Neogi took time to talk with Lincoln Tracy, a research fellow from Monash University, Australia, to discuss the problem of osteoarthritis pain, her research, and more. Read more.