Dr. Roth is Professor in the Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. He received his doctoral training in clinical psychology at the University of North Dakota following an internship at the University of Oregon Health Sciences Center and Portland Veterans Hospital. Dr. Roth has spent 30 years working in rehabilitation medicine. His clinical experience includes work with spinal cord injury, neurobehavioral disorders, amputees, neuromuscular disease and chronic pain. Over the past 20 Page 10/14 years he has specialized in the assessment and treatment of chronic pain, with particular interest in myofascial pain syndromes. He has served as the past Director of the Pain Management Program in PM&R and Associate Director of the Multidisciplinary Pain Center in Anesthesiology. He also serves as a consultant to the transplant surgery team and Neurosurgery Pain Neuromodulation Program, and staffs a Chronic Pain Clinic and the Polytrauma/TBI Clinic at the Ann Arbor VA hospital. His research interests include cognitive-behavioral factors in pain disability, pain beliefs in musculoskeletal pain patients, trauma and pain, and psychological factors in breast reconstruction outcome (with the Dept. of Plastic Surgery).