Aidan Cashin is a PhD Candidate at Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA). A member of the pain research group headed by Dr James McAuley, his research deals with investigating the mechanisms of treatments for chronic low back pain. He is also interested in increasing the openness and transparency of research and is involved in developing a reporting guideline for mechanisms evaluation studies.
Prior to commencing research, Aidan pursued a successful clinical career as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, practicing primarily in the field of chronic musculoskeletal pain. Aidan also has a casual academic position at the University of New South Wales, within the School of Medical sciences and is involved in the teaching and evaluating of undergraduate exercise physiology students.
Digital Posters by Aidan Cashin
PERSISTENT PAIN AFTER WRIST FRACTURE: DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A PROGNOSTIC MODEL