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overview Donald B. Penzien, PhD, FAHS, FSBM, is Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Neurology, and Epidemiology and Prevention—Social Sciences and Health Policy. He is Director of Research for the Department of Psychiatry as well as Deputy Director for the Center of Integrative Medicine at the Wake Forest School of Medicine. He is widely recognized for his contributions in behavioral medicine—particularly headache and chronic pain research methodologies—and enhancing the accessibility and cost-effectiveness of nonpharmacologic therapies. He is a Fellow of American Headache Society and the Society of Behavioral Medicine with over 150 research articles, book chapters, and books/monographs to his credit. His research has been supported by grants from the NIH, the Department of Defense, the US Department of Veterans Affairs, and other funding agencies. He is Senior Editorial Advisor for Headache, Associate Editor for Frontiers in Pain, editorial board member for Global Advances in Health and Medicine, has served on editorial boards of other scientific journals, and has actively served numerous scientific and professional organizations. Key appointments include: Chair, Nonpharmacological Treatment Group: Headache Treatment Guidelines Project (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality); Board of Directors, Chair of Behavioral Clinical Trials Guidelines Section, and Chair of Methodology, Design, and Statistical Issues Special Interest Section (American Headache Society), US Headache Treatment Guidelines Consortium (American Academy of Neurology); Common Data Elements Working Group for Headache Clinical Trials (National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Stroke).

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