Basic Pain Research – Pre Conference Workshop
$20.00 – $40.00
APS 2022 Basic Pain Research – Pre Conference Workshop
This workshop will showcase the latest in Australian basic pain research from early career and senior researchers, and provide a forum to discuss mechanisms of nociception and pain across all levels of investigation: from molecular and cellular analyses, to studies in animals and humans (pre-clinical or clinical).
This workshop is open to all interested in mechanisms of nociception and pain, including basic and clinical researchers, health professionals and students at all levels.
This year the BPR SIG is providing opportunity for PhD students to compete in an in person three-minute thesis competition at our pre-conference workshop. PhD students have suffered from lack of opportunity to present and network, and we would like support them as much as possible.
MP3 AUDIO, MP4 VIDEO