Our current research areas are:

  • Diagnostic instrument design for developing tools for localization of local sources of pain
  • Proteomic based molecular pathology studies to verify the disease status and eventually quantify/follow the treatment effect by observing specific biomarkers
  • Clinical outcomes research to quantify the impact of our methodology on patients, on recovery time as well as on the health economy
  • Artificial intelligence to support the very complex process of understanding the root cause of pain