Professor Christopher Peck

BDS, MScDent, PhD, GradDipSciMed(Pain Management), FICD
Dean, Faculty of Dentistry
Senior Staff Specialist, Pain Management Research Institute, Royal North Shore Hospital

G12 - Services Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 8627 0463
Fax +61 2 8627 0468
Website dentistry.dean@sydney.edu.au

Biographical details

Professor Christopher (Chris) Peck is Dean of the Faculty of Dentistry (second term commenced January 2015). He is President of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Orofacial Pain andFellow of the International College of Dentists. Professor Peck is an orofacial pain specialist who conducts research on biomechanical aspects of temporomandibular (jaw) function, evidence-based diagnosis and management of orofacial pain, and biopsychosocial contributors to pain perception and jaw dysfunction. A strong advocate for multidisciplinary patient management, he is internationally renowned for his leadership and contributions to translational research in orofacial pain, leading the clinical arm of projects involving researchers from biomedicine to mathematics. Professor Peck is a leading voice on dental and oral health issues, championing the need for scientifically-rigorous dental education curricula and for equitable oral healthcare access for all, including Indigenous Australians. He serves on the Oral Health Advisory Group of NSW Health andwas Chair of the NSW Ministerial Taskforce on Dental Health (2011), which led to the development of a State Dental Health Action Plan. Professor Peck is a senior facial pain expert in the NSW public health care system at the Royal North Shore Hospital’s Pain Management Research Institute, involved in patient care, clinical supervision and research, and where he has developed a patient transfer system for specialist dental consultations, resulting in improved patient outcomes. As Dean he has led the transformation of dental research and education strategies, developed interdisciplinary teaching and research (including the Faculty of Dentistry’s active role in the Charles Perkins Centre), successfully obtained multimillion dollar government funding for clinical simulation centres and faculty consolidation, cemented relationships with local health districts, professional bodies and the community, and overseen the faculty’s curriculum revision to align with research-informed teaching.

Professor Peck is President-elect of the International Research Diagnostic Criteria for Temporomandibular Disorders Consortium Network, which developsreliable and valid diagnostic criteria for facial pain complaints. Other clinical pain research groups have emulated this consortium model. Additionally, he chairedan expert International Working Group to expand the taxonomy of temporomandibular disorders (Journal of Oral Rehabilitation2014).

Research interests

Professor Peck collaborates with Professor Greg Murray and external multidisciplinary researchers on a broad research program covering: (i) the biomechanics of jaw function and jaw dysfunction, e.g. in temporomandibular disorders (TMDs); (ii) the assessment and management of orofacial pain, including developing, validating and expanding evidence-based diagnostic criteria for TMDs and determining the predictors of chronic orofacial pain; (iii) translational research, in particular, identifying the biopsychosocial contributors to pain-related impaired jaw function, understanding the relationship between orofacial pain and motor activity of the jaw, and determining CNS changes involved in facial pain conditions.

Biomechanical studies (with Professor Greg Murray) include assessing the electromyographic (EMG) activity of masticatory muscles, analysis of the movement patterns of the human jaw during chewing, and exploring the effects of isotonic resistance jaw exercises on EMG activity and jaw muscle coordination during movement (with the aim of improving jaw dysfunction through improved muscle conditioning). Additional studies are exploring the effect of biopsychosocial factors (e.g. catastrophising) on orofacial pain perception and on jaw movement.

Professor Peck has extensively studied the clinical management of TMD and orofacial pain, including appropriate diagnosis of painful facial conditions and led the development of improved diagnostic criteria for TMDs. Currently he is using an endodontic therapy model to help identify factors that predict progression to chronic pain after root canal treatment.

He leads the clinical aspects of interdisciplinary neuroscientific research in orofacial pain (in collaboration with Associate Professor Luke Hendersen, Anatomy & Histology), studying central nervous system (CNS) changes in facial pain syndromes, which have demonstrated differential brain activity in TMD vs painful trigeminal neuropathy. Future studies will use functional MRI neuroimaging to map areas of structural CNS changes and determine correlations, if any, between these changes and functional impairment.

Current projects

Predictors for the development of persistent dentoalveolar pain. A proportion of patients undergoing dental treatment develop persistent pain and this project aims to understand variables responsible for this transition

Brain changes with chronic orofacial pain. This projects aims to understand better the nervous system activity for different forms of orofacial pain. This will provide a better understanding of underlying mechanisms of different pain conditions and may lead to the development of treatments targeting specific areas of the nervous system

Muscle retraining in the jaw system. Pain typically results in different muscle activity. The aim is to better understand the interaction between pain and muscle activity and to determine possible ways to retrain muscle activity to reduce pain and/or improve jaw function

Associations

International Association for Dental Research

Australian and New Zealand Academy of Orofacial Pain

Keywords

neuroscience; Pain; Temporomandibular disorders; Jaw function

Selected grants

2013

  • ATVRE - Assistive Technologies for Virtual Rehabilitation Engineering; Feng D, Dehghani F, Dunstan C, Jin C, Kim J, Li Q, McEwan A, Ruys A, Brooker G, Buckley T, Cai T, Davis G, Fornusek C, Fulham M, Khadra M, Mohamed A, Murray G, Peck C, Vucetic B, Weiss A; DVC Research/Research Network Scheme (SyReNS).
  • Building a strategic health partnership with the College of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Fiji National University.; Evans W, Bandaranayake D, Peck C, Ramzan I, Walton M, White J, Rouse I; DVC International/IPDF Grant.
  • The effects of exercise on the electromyographic (EMG) activity of the muscles of mastication and the movement patterns of the human jaw during chewing; Wirianski A, Peck C, Murray G; Australian Dental Research Foundation/Research Support.

2012

  • Jaw muscle pain and jaw motor function; Akhter R, Murray G, Peck C, Yoshida A; DVC International/IPDF Grant.
  • Orofacial pain and jaw muscle interactions studied through brain activity; Murray G, Peck C, Henderson L; Australian Dental Research Foundation/Research Support.

2011

  • The aetiology of chronic pain; Murray G, Peck C, Henderson L; Australian Dental Research Foundation/Research Support.
  • Orofacial pain and jaw muscle interactions studied through brain activity.; Murray G, Peck C, Henderson L; Dental Board of NSW/Research Support.

2010

  • Structural and electrophysiological changes of the trigeminal nerve associated with chronic orofacial pain; Peck C, Murray G, Henderson L; Dental Board of NSW/Research Support.
  • Structural and electrophysiological changes of the trigeminal nerve associated with chronic orofacial pain; Murray G, Peck C, Henderson L; Australian Dental Research Foundation/Research Support.
  • Structural and functional brain changes underlying orofacial pain; Murray G, Peck C, Henderson L; Australian Dental Research Foundation/Research Support.
  • A randomised controlled trial on the effectiveness of topical capsaicin on trigeminal neuropathic pain; Duckmanton P, Peck C, Murray G, Forte A; Australian Dental Research Foundation/Research Support.
  • The prevalance of Neuropathic Pain endodontic treatment; Peck C, Duckmanton P, Forte A; Australian Dental Research Foundation/Research Support.

2009

  • Central neural changes associated with Repetitive Non-functional Tooth Contact (RNTC) Habits; Peck C, Murray G, Henderson L; Australian Dental Research Foundation/Research Support.
  • Structural and Functional Brain Changes Underlying Orofacial Pain; Murray G, Peck C, Henderson L; Australian Dental Research Foundation/Research Support.
  • The development and implementation of a postgraduate course in Oral surgery and externship opportunities for local students in Cambodia; Peck C; DVC International/IPDF Grant.

2008

  • Jaw muscle pain and jaw motor function.; Murray G, Peck C, Nicholas M; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.
  • Neurophysiological changes underlying orofacial pain; Peck C; Australian Dental Research Foundation/Research Support.
  • Structural and functional brain changes underlying orofacial pain; Peck C; Dental Board of NSW/Research Support.

2007

  • The effect of exercise training on jaw muscle recruitment strategies; Peck C; Australian Dental Research Foundation/Research Support.
  • Structural and functional brain changes underlying orofacial pain; Peck C; Dental Board of NSW/Research Grants.
  • The effect of vibration as a counter stimulation on pain perception during local anaesthesai injections; Peck C; Australian Dental Research Foundation/Research Support.
  • An assessment of sleep bruxism and treatment effectiveness of oral appliances; Peck C, Hell P; Australian Dental Research Foundation/Research Grant.
  • The effectiveness of a non-steroidal antinflammatory drug on temporomandibular disorder pain; Peck C; Australian Dental Research Foundation/Research Grant.

2005

  • An assessment of sleep bruxism and treatment effectiveness of oral appliances; Peck C; University of Sydney/Early Career Researcher.

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Peck, C. (2012). Orofacial Pain and Temporomandibular Disorders. In Iven Klineberg and Diana Kingston (Eds.), Oral Rehabilitation: a case-based approach, (pp. 32-41). Chichester: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
  • Murray, G., Peck, C. (2010). Etiopathogenesis of Muscle Disorders. In Daniele Manfredini (Eds.), Current concepts on temporomandibular disorders, (pp. 61-80). Germany: Quintessence.

Journals

  • Youssef, A., Gustin, S., Nash, P., Reeves, J., Petersen, E., Peck, C., Murray, G., Henderson, L. (2014). Differential brain activity in subjects with painful trigeminal neuropathy and painful temporomandibular disorder. Pain, 155(3), 467-475. [More Information]
  • Peck, C., Goulet, J., Lobbezoo, F., Schiffman, E., Alster-Gren, P., Anderson, G., De Leeuw, R., Jensen, R., Michelotti, A., Ohrbach, R., et al (2014). Expanding the taxonomy of the diagnostic criteria for temporomandibular disorders. Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, 41(1), 2-23. [More Information]
  • Wirianski, A., Deall, S., Whittle, T., Wong, M., Murray, G., Peck, C. (2014). Isotonic resistance jaw exercise alters jaw muscle coordination during jaw movements. Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, 41(5), 353-366. [More Information]
  • Gustin, S., McKay, J., Petersen, E., Peck, C., Murray, G., Henderson, L. (2014). Subtle Alterations in Brain Anatomy May Change an Individual's Personality in Chronic Pain. PloS One, 9(10), 1-9. [More Information]
  • Henderson, L., Peck, C., Petersen, E., Rae, C., Youssef, A., Reeves, J., Wilcox, S., Akhter, R., Murray, G., Gustin, S. (2013). Chronic Pain: Lost Inhibition? The Journal of Neuroscience, 33(17), 7574-7582. [More Information]
  • Minami, I., Akhter, R., Albersen, I., Burger, C., Whittle, T., Lobbezoo, F., Peck, C., Murray, G. (2013). Masseter Motor Unit Recruitment is Altered in Experimental Jaw Muscle Pain. Journal of Dental Research, 92(2), 143-148. [More Information]
  • Wilcox, S., Gustin, S., Eykman, E., Fowler, G., Peck, C., Murray, G., Henderson, L. (2013). Trigeminal Nerve Anatomy in Neuropathic and Non-neuropathic Orofacial Pain Patients. The Journal of Pain, 14(8), 865-872. [More Information]
  • Gustin, S., Peck, C., Macey, P., Murray, G., Henderson, L. (2013). Unraveling the Effects of Plasticity and Pain on Personality. The Journal of Pain, 14(12), 1642-1652. [More Information]
  • Minami, I., Akhter, R., Luraschi, J., Oogai, K., Nemoto, T., Peck, C., Murray, G. (2012). Jaw-movement smoothness during empty chewing and gum chewing. European Journal of Oral Sciences, 120(3), 195-200. [More Information]
  • Gustin, S., Peck, C., Cheney, L., Macey, P., Murray, G., Henderson, L. (2012). Pain and plasticity: Is chronic pain always associated with somatosensory cortex activity and reorganization? The Journal of Neuroscience, 32(43), 14874-14884. [More Information]
  • Molenaar, W., Meerburg, G., Luraschi, J., Whittle, T., Schimmel, M., Lobbezoo, F., Peck, C., Murray, G., Minami, I. (2012). The effect of food bolus location on jaw movement smoothness and masticatory efficiency. Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, 39(9), 639-647. [More Information]
  • Zhao, N., Whittle, T., Murray, G., Peck, C. (2012). The effects of capsaicin-induced intraoral mucosal pain on jaw movements in humans. Journal of Orofacial Pain, 26(4), 277-287. [More Information]
  • Brandini, D., Benson, J., Nicholas, M., Murray, G., Peck, C. (2011). Chewing in Temporomandibular Disorder Patients: An Exploratory Study of an Association With Some Psychological Variables. Journal of Orofacial Pain, 25(1), 56-67. [More Information]
  • Zhao, N., Evans, W., Byth Wilson, K., Murray, G., Peck, C. (2011). Development and Validation of a Screening Checklist for Tempormandibular Disorders. Journal of Orofacial Pain, 25(3), 210-222. [More Information]
  • Gustin, S., Peck, C., Wilcox, S., Nash, P., Murray, G., Henderson, L. (2011). Different Pain, Different Brain: Thalamic Anatomy in Neuropathic and Non-Neuropathic Chronic Pain Syndromes. The Journal of Neuroscience, 31(16), 5956-5964. [More Information]
  • Gustin, S., Wilcox, S., Peck, C., Murray, G., Henderson, L. (2011). Similarity of suffering: equivalence of psychological and psychosocial factors in neuropathic and non-neuropathic orofacial pain patients. Pain, 152(4), 825-832. [More Information]
  • Peck, C., Wirianski, A., Murray, G. (2010). Jaw motor plasticity in health and disease. Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 13(4), 455-458. [More Information]
  • Nanitsos, E., Vartuli, R., Forte, A., Dennison, P., Peck, C. (2009). The effect of vibration on pain during local anaesthesia injections. Australian Dental Journal, 54, 94-100. [More Information]
  • Peck, C. (2009). The relationship between pain and movement. Journal of the American Dental Association, 140(12), 1505-1506. [More Information]
  • Sae-Lee, D., Whittle, T., Forte, A., Peck, C., Byth, K., Sessle, B., Murray, G. (2008). Effects of experimental pain on jaw muscle activity during goal-directed jaw movements in humans. Experimental Brain Research, 189, 451-462. [More Information]
  • Sae-Lee, D., Whittle, T., Peck, C., Forte, A., Klineberg, I., Murray, G. (2008). Experimental jaw-muscle pain has a differential effect on different jaw movement tasks. Journal of Orofacial Pain, 22(1), 15-29.
  • Hylander, W., McMillan, A., Lam, E., Watanabe, M., Langenbach, G., Stavness, I., Peck, C., Palla, S. (2008). From Movement to Models: A Tribute to Professor Alan G. Hannam. Journal of Orofacial Pain, 22, 307-316.
  • Peck, C., Murray, G., Gerzina, T. (2008). How does pain affect jaw muscle activity? The Integrated Pain Adaptation Model. Australian Dental Journal, 53(3), 201-207. [More Information]
  • Bhutada, M., Phanachet, I., Whittle, T., Peck, C., Murray, G. (2008). Regional properties of the superior head of human lateral pterygoid muscle. European Journal of Oral Sciences, 116, 518-524. [More Information]
  • Salami, T., Peck, C., Murray, G. (2007). A new method for lateral pterygoid electromyographic electrode placement. Journal Of Prosthetic Dentistry, 98(3), 224-231. [More Information]
  • Bhutada, M., Phanachet, I., Whittle, T., Peck, C., Murray, G. (2007). Activity of superior head of human lateral pterygoid increases with increases in contralateral and protrusive jaw displacement. European Journal of Oral Sciences, 115(4), 257-264. [More Information]
  • Peck, C., Hannam, A. (2007). Human jaw and muscle modelling. Archives of Oral Biology, 52(4), 300-304. [More Information]
  • Murray, G., Peck, C. (2007). Orofacial Pain and jaw muscle activity: A new model. Journal of Orofacial Pain, 21(4), 263-288. [More Information]
  • Murray, G., Bhutada, M., Peck, C., Phanachet, I., Sae-Lee, D., Whittle, T. (2007). The human lateral pterygoid muscle. Archives of Oral Biology, 52(4), 377-380.
  • Murasawa, A., Evans, W., Murasawa, A., Peck, C., Ottl, P. (2007). The oral health of rheumatoid arthritis patients in Niigata, Japan. Aktuelle Rheumatologie, 32(2), 78-85.
  • Bhutada, M., Phanachet, I., Whittle, T., Wanigaratne, K., Peck, C., Murray, G. (2007). Threshold properties of single motor units in superior head of human lateral pterygoid muscle. Archives of Oral Biology, 52(6), 552-561. [More Information]
  • Sae-Lee, D., Wanigaratne, K., Whittle, T., Peck, C., Murray, G. (2006). A method for studying jaw muscle activity during standardised jaw movements under experiemental jaw muscle pain. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 157(2), 285-293. [More Information]
  • Huang, B., Whittle, T., Peck, C., Murray, G. (2006). Ipsilateral interferences and working-side condylar movements. Archives of Oral Biology, 51(3), 206-214. [More Information]
  • Murray, G., Bhutada, M., Peck, C., Phanachet, I., Sae-Lee, D., Whittle, T. (2006). The human lateral pterygoid muscle. Archives of Oral Biology, 52(4), 377-380.
  • Lobbezoo, F., Drangsholt, M., Peck, C., Sato, H., Kopp, S., Svensson, P. (2004). Topical Review: New Insights into the Pathology and Diagnosis of Disorders of the Temporomandibular Joint. Journal of Orofacial Pain, 18(3), 181-191.
  • Peck, C., Sooch, A., Hannam, A. (2002). Forces resisting jaw displacement in relaxed humans: a predominantly viscous phenomenon. Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, 29(2), 151-160.
  • Zhang, F., Peck, C., Hannam, A. (2002). Mass Properties of the human mandible. Journal of Biomechanics, 35(7), 975-978.
  • Peck, C., Walton, J., Huizinga, S. (2001). Implant Angulation: A Measurement Technique, Implant Overdenture Maintenance and the Influence of Surgical Experience. International Journal of Prosthodontics, 14(6), 523-530.

Conferences

  • Peck, C., Yashiro, K., Hannam, A. (2002). A Dynamic Human Jaw Model With Analogues For Multiple Occlusal Contacts Involving Dental Implants. International Symposium for Young Researchers on Modeling and their Applications, Japan: Osaka University.
  • Peck, C., Beddoes, M., Hannam, A., Kitney, R., Ward, R. (2001). ANN-models for jaw-research. 23rd Annual International Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS), Turkey: (IEEE) Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

2014

  • Youssef, A., Gustin, S., Nash, P., Reeves, J., Petersen, E., Peck, C., Murray, G., Henderson, L. (2014). Differential brain activity in subjects with painful trigeminal neuropathy and painful temporomandibular disorder. Pain, 155(3), 467-475. [More Information]
  • Peck, C., Goulet, J., Lobbezoo, F., Schiffman, E., Alster-Gren, P., Anderson, G., De Leeuw, R., Jensen, R., Michelotti, A., Ohrbach, R., et al (2014). Expanding the taxonomy of the diagnostic criteria for temporomandibular disorders. Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, 41(1), 2-23. [More Information]
  • Wirianski, A., Deall, S., Whittle, T., Wong, M., Murray, G., Peck, C. (2014). Isotonic resistance jaw exercise alters jaw muscle coordination during jaw movements. Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, 41(5), 353-366. [More Information]
  • Gustin, S., McKay, J., Petersen, E., Peck, C., Murray, G., Henderson, L. (2014). Subtle Alterations in Brain Anatomy May Change an Individual's Personality in Chronic Pain. PloS One, 9(10), 1-9. [More Information]

2013

  • Henderson, L., Peck, C., Petersen, E., Rae, C., Youssef, A., Reeves, J., Wilcox, S., Akhter, R., Murray, G., Gustin, S. (2013). Chronic Pain: Lost Inhibition? The Journal of Neuroscience, 33(17), 7574-7582. [More Information]
  • Minami, I., Akhter, R., Albersen, I., Burger, C., Whittle, T., Lobbezoo, F., Peck, C., Murray, G. (2013). Masseter Motor Unit Recruitment is Altered in Experimental Jaw Muscle Pain. Journal of Dental Research, 92(2), 143-148. [More Information]
  • Wilcox, S., Gustin, S., Eykman, E., Fowler, G., Peck, C., Murray, G., Henderson, L. (2013). Trigeminal Nerve Anatomy in Neuropathic and Non-neuropathic Orofacial Pain Patients. The Journal of Pain, 14(8), 865-872. [More Information]
  • Gustin, S., Peck, C., Macey, P., Murray, G., Henderson, L. (2013). Unraveling the Effects of Plasticity and Pain on Personality. The Journal of Pain, 14(12), 1642-1652. [More Information]

2012

  • Minami, I., Akhter, R., Luraschi, J., Oogai, K., Nemoto, T., Peck, C., Murray, G. (2012). Jaw-movement smoothness during empty chewing and gum chewing. European Journal of Oral Sciences, 120(3), 195-200. [More Information]
  • Peck, C. (2012). Orofacial Pain and Temporomandibular Disorders. In Iven Klineberg and Diana Kingston (Eds.), Oral Rehabilitation: a case-based approach, (pp. 32-41). Chichester: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
  • Gustin, S., Peck, C., Cheney, L., Macey, P., Murray, G., Henderson, L. (2012). Pain and plasticity: Is chronic pain always associated with somatosensory cortex activity and reorganization? The Journal of Neuroscience, 32(43), 14874-14884. [More Information]
  • Molenaar, W., Meerburg, G., Luraschi, J., Whittle, T., Schimmel, M., Lobbezoo, F., Peck, C., Murray, G., Minami, I. (2012). The effect of food bolus location on jaw movement smoothness and masticatory efficiency. Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, 39(9), 639-647. [More Information]
  • Zhao, N., Whittle, T., Murray, G., Peck, C. (2012). The effects of capsaicin-induced intraoral mucosal pain on jaw movements in humans. Journal of Orofacial Pain, 26(4), 277-287. [More Information]

2011

  • Brandini, D., Benson, J., Nicholas, M., Murray, G., Peck, C. (2011). Chewing in Temporomandibular Disorder Patients: An Exploratory Study of an Association With Some Psychological Variables. Journal of Orofacial Pain, 25(1), 56-67. [More Information]
  • Zhao, N., Evans, W., Byth Wilson, K., Murray, G., Peck, C. (2011). Development and Validation of a Screening Checklist for Tempormandibular Disorders. Journal of Orofacial Pain, 25(3), 210-222. [More Information]
  • Gustin, S., Peck, C., Wilcox, S., Nash, P., Murray, G., Henderson, L. (2011). Different Pain, Different Brain: Thalamic Anatomy in Neuropathic and Non-Neuropathic Chronic Pain Syndromes. The Journal of Neuroscience, 31(16), 5956-5964. [More Information]
  • Gustin, S., Wilcox, S., Peck, C., Murray, G., Henderson, L. (2011). Similarity of suffering: equivalence of psychological and psychosocial factors in neuropathic and non-neuropathic orofacial pain patients. Pain, 152(4), 825-832. [More Information]

2010

  • Murray, G., Peck, C. (2010). Etiopathogenesis of Muscle Disorders. In Daniele Manfredini (Eds.), Current concepts on temporomandibular disorders, (pp. 61-80). Germany: Quintessence.
  • Peck, C., Wirianski, A., Murray, G. (2010). Jaw motor plasticity in health and disease. Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 13(4), 455-458. [More Information]

2009

  • Nanitsos, E., Vartuli, R., Forte, A., Dennison, P., Peck, C. (2009). The effect of vibration on pain during local anaesthesia injections. Australian Dental Journal, 54, 94-100. [More Information]
  • Peck, C. (2009). The relationship between pain and movement. Journal of the American Dental Association, 140(12), 1505-1506. [More Information]

2008

  • Sae-Lee, D., Whittle, T., Forte, A., Peck, C., Byth, K., Sessle, B., Murray, G. (2008). Effects of experimental pain on jaw muscle activity during goal-directed jaw movements in humans. Experimental Brain Research, 189, 451-462. [More Information]
  • Sae-Lee, D., Whittle, T., Peck, C., Forte, A., Klineberg, I., Murray, G. (2008). Experimental jaw-muscle pain has a differential effect on different jaw movement tasks. Journal of Orofacial Pain, 22(1), 15-29.
  • Hylander, W., McMillan, A., Lam, E., Watanabe, M., Langenbach, G., Stavness, I., Peck, C., Palla, S. (2008). From Movement to Models: A Tribute to Professor Alan G. Hannam. Journal of Orofacial Pain, 22, 307-316.
  • Peck, C., Murray, G., Gerzina, T. (2008). How does pain affect jaw muscle activity? The Integrated Pain Adaptation Model. Australian Dental Journal, 53(3), 201-207. [More Information]
  • Bhutada, M., Phanachet, I., Whittle, T., Peck, C., Murray, G. (2008). Regional properties of the superior head of human lateral pterygoid muscle. European Journal of Oral Sciences, 116, 518-524. [More Information]

2007

  • Salami, T., Peck, C., Murray, G. (2007). A new method for lateral pterygoid electromyographic electrode placement. Journal Of Prosthetic Dentistry, 98(3), 224-231. [More Information]
  • Bhutada, M., Phanachet, I., Whittle, T., Peck, C., Murray, G. (2007). Activity of superior head of human lateral pterygoid increases with increases in contralateral and protrusive jaw displacement. European Journal of Oral Sciences, 115(4), 257-264. [More Information]
  • Peck, C., Hannam, A. (2007). Human jaw and muscle modelling. Archives of Oral Biology, 52(4), 300-304. [More Information]
  • Murray, G., Peck, C. (2007). Orofacial Pain and jaw muscle activity: A new model. Journal of Orofacial Pain, 21(4), 263-288. [More Information]
  • Murray, G., Bhutada, M., Peck, C., Phanachet, I., Sae-Lee, D., Whittle, T. (2007). The human lateral pterygoid muscle. Archives of Oral Biology, 52(4), 377-380.
  • Murasawa, A., Evans, W., Murasawa, A., Peck, C., Ottl, P. (2007). The oral health of rheumatoid arthritis patients in Niigata, Japan. Aktuelle Rheumatologie, 32(2), 78-85.
  • Bhutada, M., Phanachet, I., Whittle, T., Wanigaratne, K., Peck, C., Murray, G. (2007). Threshold properties of single motor units in superior head of human lateral pterygoid muscle. Archives of Oral Biology, 52(6), 552-561. [More Information]

2006

  • Sae-Lee, D., Wanigaratne, K., Whittle, T., Peck, C., Murray, G. (2006). A method for studying jaw muscle activity during standardised jaw movements under experiemental jaw muscle pain. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 157(2), 285-293. [More Information]
  • Huang, B., Whittle, T., Peck, C., Murray, G. (2006). Ipsilateral interferences and working-side condylar movements. Archives of Oral Biology, 51(3), 206-214. [More Information]
  • Murray, G., Bhutada, M., Peck, C., Phanachet, I., Sae-Lee, D., Whittle, T. (2006). The human lateral pterygoid muscle. Archives of Oral Biology, 52(4), 377-380.

2004

  • Lobbezoo, F., Drangsholt, M., Peck, C., Sato, H., Kopp, S., Svensson, P. (2004). Topical Review: New Insights into the Pathology and Diagnosis of Disorders of the Temporomandibular Joint. Journal of Orofacial Pain, 18(3), 181-191.

2002

  • Peck, C., Yashiro, K., Hannam, A. (2002). A Dynamic Human Jaw Model With Analogues For Multiple Occlusal Contacts Involving Dental Implants. International Symposium for Young Researchers on Modeling and their Applications, Japan: Osaka University.
  • Peck, C., Sooch, A., Hannam, A. (2002). Forces resisting jaw displacement in relaxed humans: a predominantly viscous phenomenon. Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, 29(2), 151-160.
  • Zhang, F., Peck, C., Hannam, A. (2002). Mass Properties of the human mandible. Journal of Biomechanics, 35(7), 975-978.

2001

  • Peck, C., Beddoes, M., Hannam, A., Kitney, R., Ward, R. (2001). ANN-models for jaw-research. 23rd Annual International Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS), Turkey: (IEEE) Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
  • Peck, C., Walton, J., Huizinga, S. (2001). Implant Angulation: A Measurement Technique, Implant Overdenture Maintenance and the Influence of Surgical Experience. International Journal of Prosthodontics, 14(6), 523-530.

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