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Eric Scott, Ph.D.


Clinical Associate Professor

I am an Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Anesthesiology with joint roles as clinician (50%), researcher and teacher (50%). As a director of CS Mott’s Children’s Hospital pediatric pain program and a practicing pediatric psychologist within the Mott Comprehensive Hemoglobinopathies clinic, my research and clinical work inform one another and synergistically enhance measurement of pain, the psychological characteristics that alleviate pain and reduce pain-related interference. My interest in precision health is to ideally match the patient needs with timely, efficient and effective treatment for pediatric chronic painful conditions.


Improving care for those with Sickle Cell disease, Improving care of youth with chronic pain

University Affiliation(s)

CHEAR Center

Community and Professional Affiliation(s)


Research Area(s)

Behavioral medicine | mental health | youth well-being and development


  • Co-investigator of: The Symptom-Associated Pathway to Substance Use and Misuse during Adolescence
  • Consultant on: Development of a digital health intervention for young children with chronic musculoskeletal pain
  • Principal investigator of: Improving and Enhancing Treatment for Sickle Cell Disease at Michigan Medicine
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