Andrea Nicol, MD

Assistant Professor

Bachelors B.A. Human Biology, University of Kansas, 2001
Masters M.S. Clinical Research, University of California Los Angeles, 2012
Medical School University of Kansas School of Medicine, 2005
Internship Internal Medicine, University of California Irvine, 2005-2006
Residency Anesthesiology, University of California Los Angeles, 2006-2009
Fellowship Pain Management, University of California Los Angeles, 2009-2011
Board Certifications Anesthesiology, Pain Management
Professional Affiliations American Society of Anesthesiologists, American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, California Society of Anesthesiologists
Clinical & Professional Special Intersts Spine Pain, Cancer Pain, Interventional and Comprehensive Pain Management, Ultrasound-Guided Interventional Pain, Chronic Post-Herniorraphy Pain, Opioid-Induced Hyperalgesia, Neuropathic Pain, Simulation-Based Education
Research Interests Opioid-Induced Hyperalgesia, Psychoneuroimmunological Responses to Chronic Pain, Chronic Post-herniorraphy Pain, Cancer Pain, Centralized Pain States, Genetics and Chronic Pain, Chronic Post-Surgical Pain Syndromes
Professional Philosophy I strive to provide comprehensive and interdisciplinary pain management care, including interventional pain procedures, medication management, complimentary and alternative medicine, and pain psychology.
Personal Intersts Indoor cycling (spinning), travel, reading, parenting
Last modified: Jan 23, 2014


Andrea Nicol, MD
Assistant Professor