G. Oppenheimer Center for Neurobiology of Stress and Resilience at UCLA


Any pain investigator interested in contributing structural, DTI and resting state data and a small set of clinical metadata acquired in a standardized way, may join PAIN and gain access to the PAIN Standardized Repository.

Pain investigators who wish to contribute existing imaging data (structural, DTI and/or resting state scans) that do not conform to the standardized parameters may become a member of the PAIN Archived Repository.

Members of the Standardized Repository also have access to Archived Repository data.


If you are interested in becoming a contributing member, please follow these steps:

  1. Review  the PAIN User Manual (pdf)
  2. Review the Membership Agreements for the repository you wish to join
  3. Review the PAIN Data Sharing Policies.
  4. Complete and submit the online registration form.  A member of the PAIN staff will be in contact with you shortly.