Providence VA Medical Center, Rhode Island
Paul Bowary, MD
|Paul Bowary, MD *
Psychiatry Residence Program PGY-2, 2017-2018
Dr. Bowary earned his MD at the American University of Beirut in May 2014. He then received a scholarship from the Brain Sciences Foundation that allowed him to move to Brown University and start working on pain research projects. At Brown, he has focused on leading a study that examined the effect of pain on brain oscillations in rat models. This study offered him and his team a First Prize Award at the 22nd Annual Lifespan Hospitals Research Symposium as well as helped in setting the groundwork for his second project at Brown. In 2015, he had the pleasure to be part of a collaboration between the Jones Lab *(Brown Department of Neuroscience) and Dr Benjamin Greenberg, MD, PhD (Brown Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior) to work on a human study exploring pain-induced brain oscillations. In 2016, Dr. Bowary joined the Brown Psychiatry Residency Program as well as the R25 Research Track associated with that program. He has special interest in transcranial stimulation for somatic symptom disorders and pain, and been recently exploring the potential applications of Ultrasound Neuromodulation in this field. His future aim is to identify neuroimaging and neurophysiological biomarkers that can predict response to innovative non-invasive pain management techniques.
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