Carl Saab is an Associate Professor (Research) at Brown University & Rhode Island Hospital in the Departments of Neuroscience & Neurosurgery.
Carl Saab is a PhD Neuroscientist studying neurological disorders. He obtained his PhD in 2001 from the University of Texas Medical Branch, mapping pain pathways in the CNS (thesis advisor WD Willis). He then completed his postdoctoral fellowship in the laboratory of Stephen Waxman at Yale studying sodium channelopathies in pain and multiple sclerosis. Currently, Carl is Associate Professor (Research) at Brown University & Rhode Island Hospital, Departments of Neurosurgery & Neuroscience, where his lab studies brain mechanisms of pain in animals and humans.