Victor is a first-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.
Boggero IA, Schneider VJ II, Thomas PL, Nahman-Averbuch H, King CD. Associations of self-report and actigraphy sleep measures with experimental pain outcomes in patients with temporomandibular disorder and healthy controls. Journal of Psychosomatic Research. Volume 123, 2019 August.
Nahman-Averbuch H, Shefi T, Schneider VJ II, Li D, Ding L, King CD, Coghill RC. Quantitative sensory testing in patients with migraine: a systemic review and meta-analysis. Pain. 2018 May 17. PMID#29781957.
Schneider VJ II, Boggero IA, King CD. Exactly what you think: perceived threat and challenge predict quantitative sensory testing outcomes in temporomandibular joint disorder. 38thAnnual Scientific Meeting, American Pain Society. Milwaukee, USA. April 2019.
Schneider VJ II, Leon E, Nahman-Averbuch H, Coghill RC, Powers SW, Hershey AD, King CD. Sleep outcomes in pediatric migraine. 2018 World Congress on Pain. Boston, USA. September 2018.
Leon E, Tamuzza J, Nahman-Averbuch H, King CD, Schneider VJ II, Coghill RC. Individual differences in pain sensitivity: insights from discriminability of graded noxious heat stimuli. 37th Annual Scientific Meeting, American Pain Society. Anaheim, USA. March 2018.
Schneider VJ II, Nahman-Averbuch H, King CD, Coghill RC. Covert versus overt assessment of pain tolerance. 36th Annual Scientific Meeting, American Pain Society. Pittsburg, USA. May 2017.