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Mark Ware

Mark A. Ware, BA, MBBS, MRCP(UK), MSc

Director of Clinical Research, Alan Edwards Pain Management Unit, McGill University Health Centre

Associate Professor, Depts. of Family Medicine and Anesthesia

 Research Interests: Dr. Ware practices pain medicine at the Montreal General Hospital and the Montreal Neurological Institute. Dr. Ware has received research funding from the CIHR and is a Chercheur-boursier clinicien senior of the FRSQ. He teaches clinical pain management, including pharmacology, complementary approaches to chronic pain and the neurobiology of pain. His educational work is focused on improving pain education at all level of the medical curriculum (undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing medical education). He is also Executive Director of the non-profit Canadian Consortium for the Investigation of Cannabinoids (CCIC).

Keywords: Pain, Cannabinoids, Epidemiology, Complementary Medicine, Epidemiology of chronic pain; primary care management of low back pain; evaluating the use of cannabis and cannabinoids for medical purposes; evaluating complementary and alternative approaches to pain management.

List of Publications:
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Research Grants

Mise en Œuvre et évaluation d’un réseau intégré de prévention et de gestion de la douleur Chronique en 1ère ligne. PFIZER-FRSQ-MSSS. Co-Principal Investigator with Sarah Ahmed. $621,250.00 (2012-2014)

West Island Pain Project. Edith Strauss Rehabilitation Research Projects Committee. Principal Investigator. $10,195.00 (2012-2013)

Integrating pain management in the medical school curriculum. Purdue (Canada). Co-Principal Investigator with Pierre-Paul Tellier. $100,000 (2010-2012)

 Validation of the Clinical Sensory Examination. Pfizer Neuropathic Pain Awards. Principal Investigator. $50,000 (2009-2012)

 Quebec Pain Registry. FRSQ/QPRN. Co-Principal Investigator with Manon Choiniere. $1.2 million (2008-2012)