Ann Arbor, MI — August 25, 2015 — Dr. Alexandre DaSilva, an assistant professor of Biologic and Materials Sciences at the U-M School of Dentistry, is featured in AADR’s “Strides in Science.”
A member of AADR since 2005, he was recently voted treasurer of the AADR Michigan Section. After clicking the link, scroll down to “Strides in Science” to read more about his work and his answers to questions.
DaSilva heads the Headache and Orofacial Pain Effort at the School of Dentistry and the Molecular Behavioral Neuroscience Institute. In 2013, his research team won first place in a U-M tech challenge that allows persons suffering from migraines to precisely record the location of their pain in real time on an iPhone or iPad.