Affiliation: Anesthesiology National Taiwan University Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan;
Award / titles received: Young Investigator Award, 2011, Taiwan Pain Society Distinguished Service Award, 2012, Taiwan Pain Society
Statement of expertise for the sub-committee: Cancer pain management, Mechanism of neuropathic pain and opioid tolerance / opioid induced hyperalgesia, Ultrasound guided regional anesthesia / pain management and vascular access, Image guided neuroablative and neuromodulatory procedures, Pain psychology
Link to department website: http://research.mc.ntu.edu.tw/web/Teacher!one.action?tid=23&depno=A03#researcher-tab-1
Biography: Patrick Chih-Peng Lin, MD, is the section chief of Pain Medicine in Department of Anesthesiology, National Taiwan University Hospital. He is passionate about pharmacological and interventional management for acute and chronic pain, with additional expertise in ultrasound guided regional anesthesia and pain intervention. As an adjunct attending physician in oncology department, he provides whole spectrum of neuraxial drug delivery management and neuroablative / neuromodulatory procedures for patients suffered from refractory cancer pain. His major research interests are mechanisms and possible therapeutic approaches of neuropathic pain and opioid tolerance, new technique development and outcome assessment of image guided interventional procedures.
Disclosure of Interest: None declared
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