John J. Bonica Award Recipients

Eastern Pain Association

 

1979

Dr. Patrick D. Wall* 

On the Relation of Injury to Pain

 

1980

Dr. William H. Sweet* 

Animal Models of Chronic Pain:  Their Possible Validation from Human Experience

 

1981

Dr. Raymond W. Houde*

Pain and The Search for the Holy Grail:  New Drugs Revisited

 

1982

Dr. Ronald Melzack 

The Reality of Labour Pain

1983 

Dr. John C. Liebeskind* 

Pain Modulation:  Central Mechanisms and Environmental Triggers

 

1984

Dr. Avram Goldstein* 

Pain and the Endogenous Opioids

 

1985

Dr. Wilbert E. Fordyce*

Pain, Freedom of Choice and Accountability

 

1986

Dr. Kathleen M. Foley 

Cancer Pain:  Controversy and Challenges

 

1987

Dr. Howard L. Fields 

Endogenous Mechanisms of Pain Control

 

1988

Dr. Vittorio Ventafridda*  

Continuing Care:  An Important Issue in Cancer Pain

 

1989

Dr. William D. Willis, Jr.*

The Role of Spinothalamic Neurons in Hyperalgesia

 

1990

Ada G. Rogers, R.N. 

The ABCs of Pediatric Pain

 

1991

Dr. B. Berthold Wolff 

The Measurement of Pain:  An Odyssey

 

1992

Dr. Ulf Lindblom 

Pain and Sensory Dysfunction, Integration and Separation

 

193

Dr. Tony L. Yaksh 

The Practical Significance of Processing Bias in Spinal Pain Transmission OR How Tightly Wound is your Patient’s Watch?

 

1994

Dr. Charles E. Inturrisi 

Molecular Markers of Pain and Analgesic Tolerance

 

1995

Dr. Michael J. Cousins 

Drug Treatment of Pain by local Anesthetics and other Regionally Applied Drugs:  Current and Future Applications.

 

1996

Dr. Jes Olesen 

Migraine:  Diagnosis and Pathophysiology.

 

1997

Dr. Abraham Sunshine*

Clinical Analgesic Studies:  The Future of the Past.

 

1998

Dr. Gerald F. Gebhart 

Visceral Pain and its Modulation

 

1999

Dr. William T. Beaver 

It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again: Reflections of an Analgesiologist

 

2000

Dr. Donald D. Price 

Mechanisms and New Treatments of Persistent Pain

 

2001

Dr. Gavril Pasternak 

Molecular Mechanisms of Morphine Action:  From the Clinic to the Bench

 

2002

Dr. Clifford Woolf 

Chipping Away at Pain Mechanisms

 

2003

Dr. Russell Portenoy 

Long-Term Opioid Treatment for Chronic Pain:  A Modern Twist on an Ancient Therapy

 

2004

Dr. Daniel B. Carr 

Translating Clinical Research to Clinical Practice: A Never Ending Challenge

 

2005

Dr. Patrick Mantyh  

Mechanisms that Drive Cancer Pain

 

2006

Dr. Richard Payne 

What is Compassionate Pain Care in the 21st Century? Is the Good Samaritan an Oxymoron in 21st Century Health Care?

 

2007

Dr. James Eisenach 

Obstetrics: Pain Fibers (but not pain) Speed Labor And Protect Against Chronic Pain

 

2008

Charles S. Cleeland, PhD

The Symptom Complex: What Goes Along with Having Chronic Pain?

 

2009

David Joranson, MSSW

Pain and Public Policy – Reflections on the Journey

 

2010

Steven D. Passik, PhD

To Pee or not to Pee: The Evolution of Urine Screening and other aspects of Risk Management in Opioid Therapy

 

2011

Robert Dworkin, PhD

From Mechanisms to Medicines: the Crisis in Analgesic Drug Development and What Can Be Done About It

 

2012

Dennis C. Turk, PhD

Genotyping, Phenotyping, Psychotyping Patients with Chronic Pain: Virtues of Splitting vs. Lumping

 

2013

Gary J. Bennett, PhD

Mitochondria – Novel Therapeutic Targets for the Control of Neuropathic Pain

 

2014

William K. Schmidt, PhD*

Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Innovations in Analgesic Drug Development

 

2015

Michael Stanton-Hicks, DMED, MBBS

History of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

 

2016

Charles Argoff, MD

The Future of Pain Medicine

 

2017

Frank Porreca, PhD

Going in Circles with Opioids for Treatment of Pain

 

2018

Richard B Lipton MD

Migraine, a Sometimes Progressive Pain Disorder

2019

Michael J. Caterina, MD PhD

Mechanisms of Cutaneous Pain Sensation

Deceased*

  

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