Norm Buckley the focus of a Jeopardy question

Feb 11, 2016, 13:34 PM by Cam Taylor
What is Pain, Alex? Norm Buckley, Professor and Chair of the Department of Anesthesia is the focus of Jeopardy question.
What is Pain, Alex? Norm Buckley, Professor and Chair of the Department of Anesthesia is the focus of Jeopardy question.

A McMaster professor was an answer to a question on the Jeopardy TV game show Feb 11.

Under the category 'Doctors Within Borders', the contestants of College Jeopardy were given the answer: "Norm Buckley, anesthesia chair at Canada's McMaster University, studies this sensation, both acute and chronic." 

The correct response was 'What is pain?'  Buckley is director of the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Pain Research and Care, professor and chair of the Department of Anesthesia of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, and well known for his research and clinical work focus on pain.

It was a surprise, even to Buckley, and he'd love to find out how it happened.

"It has certainly created a storm of interest amongst my surprised colleagues and amazed children and friends. My daughter, a grad student at McGill University, posted a screen capture on Facebook saying, 'With the possible exception of, like, a Nobel prize — MAYBE — there is literally nothing in the world that could make me prouder than this. My dad is a jeopardy clue!"

Norm Buckley the focus of a Jeopardy question

Feb 11, 2016, 13:34 PM by Cam Taylor
What is Pain, Alex? Norm Buckley, Professor and Chair of the Department of Anesthesia is the focus of Jeopardy question.
What is Pain, Alex? Norm Buckley, Professor and Chair of the Department of Anesthesia is the focus of Jeopardy question.

A McMaster professor was an answer to a question on the Jeopardy TV game show Feb 11.

Under the category 'Doctors Within Borders', the contestants of College Jeopardy were given the answer: "Norm Buckley, anesthesia chair at Canada's McMaster University, studies this sensation, both acute and chronic." 

The correct response was 'What is pain?'  Buckley is director of the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Pain Research and Care, professor and chair of the Department of Anesthesia of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, and well known for his research and clinical work focus on pain.

It was a surprise, even to Buckley, and he'd love to find out how it happened.

"It has certainly created a storm of interest amongst my surprised colleagues and amazed children and friends. My daughter, a grad student at McGill University, posted a screen capture on Facebook saying, 'With the possible exception of, like, a Nobel prize — MAYBE — there is literally nothing in the world that could make me prouder than this. My dad is a jeopardy clue!"

Norm Buckley the focus of a Jeopardy question

Feb 11, 2016, 13:34 PM by Cam Taylor
What is Pain, Alex? Norm Buckley, Professor and Chair of the Department of Anesthesia is the focus of Jeopardy question.
What is Pain, Alex? Norm Buckley, Professor and Chair of the Department of Anesthesia is the focus of Jeopardy question.

A McMaster professor was an answer to a question on the Jeopardy TV game show Feb 11.

Under the category 'Doctors Within Borders', the contestants of College Jeopardy were given the answer: "Norm Buckley, anesthesia chair at Canada's McMaster University, studies this sensation, both acute and chronic." 

The correct response was 'What is pain?'  Buckley is director of the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Pain Research and Care, professor and chair of the Department of Anesthesia of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, and well known for his research and clinical work focus on pain.

It was a surprise, even to Buckley, and he'd love to find out how it happened.

"It has certainly created a storm of interest amongst my surprised colleagues and amazed children and friends. My daughter, a grad student at McGill University, posted a screen capture on Facebook saying, 'With the possible exception of, like, a Nobel prize — MAYBE — there is literally nothing in the world that could make me prouder than this. My dad is a jeopardy clue!"

Norm Buckley the focus of a Jeopardy question

Feb 11, 2016, 13:34 PM by Cam Taylor
What is Pain, Alex? Norm Buckley, Professor and Chair of the Department of Anesthesia is the focus of Jeopardy question.
What is Pain, Alex? Norm Buckley, Professor and Chair of the Department of Anesthesia is the focus of Jeopardy question.

A McMaster professor was an answer to a question on the Jeopardy TV game show Feb 11.

Under the category 'Doctors Within Borders', the contestants of College Jeopardy were given the answer: "Norm Buckley, anesthesia chair at Canada's McMaster University, studies this sensation, both acute and chronic." 

The correct response was 'What is pain?'  Buckley is director of the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Pain Research and Care, professor and chair of the Department of Anesthesia of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, and well known for his research and clinical work focus on pain.

It was a surprise, even to Buckley, and he'd love to find out how it happened.

"It has certainly created a storm of interest amongst my surprised colleagues and amazed children and friends. My daughter, a grad student at McGill University, posted a screen capture on Facebook saying, 'With the possible exception of, like, a Nobel prize — MAYBE — there is literally nothing in the world that could make me prouder than this. My dad is a jeopardy clue!"

Norm Buckley the focus of a Jeopardy question

Feb 11, 2016, 13:34 PM by Cam Taylor
What is Pain, Alex? Norm Buckley, Professor and Chair of the Department of Anesthesia is the focus of Jeopardy question.
What is Pain, Alex? Norm Buckley, Professor and Chair of the Department of Anesthesia is the focus of Jeopardy question.

A McMaster professor was an answer to a question on the Jeopardy TV game show Feb 11.

Under the category 'Doctors Within Borders', the contestants of College Jeopardy were given the answer: "Norm Buckley, anesthesia chair at Canada's McMaster University, studies this sensation, both acute and chronic." 

The correct response was 'What is pain?'  Buckley is director of the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Pain Research and Care, professor and chair of the Department of Anesthesia of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, and well known for his research and clinical work focus on pain.

It was a surprise, even to Buckley, and he'd love to find out how it happened.

"It has certainly created a storm of interest amongst my surprised colleagues and amazed children and friends. My daughter, a grad student at McGill University, posted a screen capture on Facebook saying, 'With the possible exception of, like, a Nobel prize — MAYBE — there is literally nothing in the world that could make me prouder than this. My dad is a jeopardy clue!"

Norm Buckley the focus of a Jeopardy question

Feb 11, 2016, 13:34 PM by Cam Taylor
What is Pain, Alex? Norm Buckley, Professor and Chair of the Department of Anesthesia is the focus of Jeopardy question.
What is Pain, Alex? Norm Buckley, Professor and Chair of the Department of Anesthesia is the focus of Jeopardy question.

A McMaster professor was an answer to a question on the Jeopardy TV game show Feb 11.

Under the category 'Doctors Within Borders', the contestants of College Jeopardy were given the answer: "Norm Buckley, anesthesia chair at Canada's McMaster University, studies this sensation, both acute and chronic." 

The correct response was 'What is pain?'  Buckley is director of the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Pain Research and Care, professor and chair of the Department of Anesthesia of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, and well known for his research and clinical work focus on pain.

It was a surprise, even to Buckley, and he'd love to find out how it happened.

"It has certainly created a storm of interest amongst my surprised colleagues and amazed children and friends. My daughter, a grad student at McGill University, posted a screen capture on Facebook saying, 'With the possible exception of, like, a Nobel prize — MAYBE — there is literally nothing in the world that could make me prouder than this. My dad is a jeopardy clue!"

Norm Buckley the focus of a Jeopardy question

Feb 11, 2016, 13:34 PM by Cam Taylor
What is Pain, Alex? Norm Buckley, Professor and Chair of the Department of Anesthesia is the focus of Jeopardy question.
What is Pain, Alex? Norm Buckley, Professor and Chair of the Department of Anesthesia is the focus of Jeopardy question.

A McMaster professor was an answer to a question on the Jeopardy TV game show Feb 11.

Under the category 'Doctors Within Borders', the contestants of College Jeopardy were given the answer: "Norm Buckley, anesthesia chair at Canada's McMaster University, studies this sensation, both acute and chronic." 

The correct response was 'What is pain?'  Buckley is director of the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Pain Research and Care, professor and chair of the Department of Anesthesia of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, and well known for his research and clinical work focus on pain.

It was a surprise, even to Buckley, and he'd love to find out how it happened.

"It has certainly created a storm of interest amongst my surprised colleagues and amazed children and friends. My daughter, a grad student at McGill University, posted a screen capture on Facebook saying, 'With the possible exception of, like, a Nobel prize — MAYBE — there is literally nothing in the world that could make me prouder than this. My dad is a jeopardy clue!"

Norm Buckley the focus of a Jeopardy question

Feb 11, 2016, 13:34 PM by Cam Taylor
What is Pain, Alex? Norm Buckley, Professor and Chair of the Department of Anesthesia is the focus of Jeopardy question.
What is Pain, Alex? Norm Buckley, Professor and Chair of the Department of Anesthesia is the focus of Jeopardy question.

A McMaster professor was an answer to a question on the Jeopardy TV game show Feb 11.

Under the category 'Doctors Within Borders', the contestants of College Jeopardy were given the answer: "Norm Buckley, anesthesia chair at Canada's McMaster University, studies this sensation, both acute and chronic." 

The correct response was 'What is pain?'  Buckley is director of the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Pain Research and Care, professor and chair of the Department of Anesthesia of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, and well known for his research and clinical work focus on pain.

It was a surprise, even to Buckley, and he'd love to find out how it happened.

"It has certainly created a storm of interest amongst my surprised colleagues and amazed children and friends. My daughter, a grad student at McGill University, posted a screen capture on Facebook saying, 'With the possible exception of, like, a Nobel prize — MAYBE — there is literally nothing in the world that could make me prouder than this. My dad is a jeopardy clue!"

Norm Buckley the focus of a Jeopardy question

Feb 11, 2016, 13:34 PM by Cam Taylor
What is Pain, Alex? Norm Buckley, Professor and Chair of the Department of Anesthesia is the focus of Jeopardy question.
What is Pain, Alex? Norm Buckley, Professor and Chair of the Department of Anesthesia is the focus of Jeopardy question.

A McMaster professor was an answer to a question on the Jeopardy TV game show Feb 11.

Under the category 'Doctors Within Borders', the contestants of College Jeopardy were given the answer: "Norm Buckley, anesthesia chair at Canada's McMaster University, studies this sensation, both acute and chronic." 

The correct response was 'What is pain?'  Buckley is director of the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Pain Research and Care, professor and chair of the Department of Anesthesia of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, and well known for his research and clinical work focus on pain.

It was a surprise, even to Buckley, and he'd love to find out how it happened.

"It has certainly created a storm of interest amongst my surprised colleagues and amazed children and friends. My daughter, a grad student at McGill University, posted a screen capture on Facebook saying, 'With the possible exception of, like, a Nobel prize — MAYBE — there is literally nothing in the world that could make me prouder than this. My dad is a jeopardy clue!"