Victor Schneider II, BS

Biography

Victor Schneider HeadshotVictor is a second-year clinical psychology graduate student in the Center for Pain Research and Behavioral Health. He graduated with honors from Loyola University Chicago in 2015, completing a Bachelor of Science in Biology and minor studies in Music and Philosophy. Before joining the graduate school, Victor coordinated research at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center for the lab of Dr. Christopher King, studying pain and sleep in adults with orofacial pain and adolescents with migraine and juvenile fibromyalgia. Victor now researches pain perception and alcohol interactions under the tutelage of Dr. Jeff Boissoneault. He also runs the affiliate branch of the UF Center for Addiction Research and Education (CARE) Podcast, where he interviews graduate students studying addiction in its various forms.

Selected Publications

Sevel L, Stennett B, Schneider VJ II, Bush N, Nixon SJ, Robinson M, Boissoneault J. Acute Alcohol Intake Produces Widespread Decreases in Cortical Resting Signal Variability in Healthy Social Drinkers. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. 29 May 2020. doi: 10.1111/acer.14381

Nahman-Averbuch H, Schneider VJ II, Chamberlin LA, Kroon Van Diest AM, Peugh JL, Lee GR, Radhakrishnan R, Hershey AD, Powers SW, Coghill RC, King CD. Identification of Neural and Psychophysical Predictors of Headache Reduction after Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Adolescents with Migraine. Pain. 2020 Aug 5. PMID#: 32773592

Selected Presentations

Schneider VJ II, Stennett B, Bush N, Vitus D, Robinson M, Nixon SJ, Boissoneault J. Family matters: the impact of family history of alcoholism on pain relief from alcohol consumption. Fifth International Conference on Alcoholism and Stress. Volterra, IT. May 2020. *postponed due to COVID-19*

Schneider VJ II, Stennett B, Bush N, Vitus D, Robinson M, Nixon SJ, Boissoneault J. All in the family: the impact of family history of alcoholism on pain relief from alcohol consumption. 2020 World Congress on Pain. Amsterdam, NLD. August 2020. *postponed due to COVID-19*

Bush N, Stennett, B, Schneider VJ II, Robinson M, Vitus D, Nixon SJ, Boissoneault J. Subjective intoxication and alcohol expectancy as moderators of alcohol analgesia. 2020 World Congress on Pain. Amsterdam, NLD. August 2020. *postponed due to COVID-19*

Links

You can see Victor’s complete Curriculum Vitae here.

Check out the UF CARE Podcast here!