Sam A. Williams, PhD Candidate

Sam A. Williams, PhD Candidate

Sam A. Williams is a dedicated academic and PhD candidate affiliated with the University of New South Wales and Neuroscience Research Australia. He holds Bachelor's degrees in Applied Science, Health Science (Osteopathy), and Science (Honors). Previously, he worked as a clinical Osteopath, specializing in the treatment of chronic and complex pain conditions. Currently, Sam's current research focuses on the perplexing phenomenon of phantom limb pain. His research interests extend to encompass various aspects of chronic pain, clinical trials, pain measurement, and health technology. Collaborating closely with global leaders in pain and neuroscience research, he aspires to contribute significantly to the growing body of evidence aimed at improving the lives of individuals coping with chronic pain.

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