Currently, NIH is urging that all large meetings and symposia that are not mission critical and are scheduled to be held at NIH facilities or organized by NIH either be held virtually using tele/videoconferencing services, postponed, or canceled. We will let you know about rescheduled events and online viewing options as plans are made.
|Date||Event||Type of Event|
|05/29/20||First Annual Botanical Safety Consortium||Conferences/Workshops|
|06/05/20||Advisory Council 74th Meeting||Advisory Council|
|06/11/20||CANCELED: BOLD Decoding of Individual Pain Anticipation Bias: Implication for Precision Pain Management||Pain Seminar|
|06/30/20||Lighting Up Our Lives: How Light Influences Our Mental and Physical Health||Integrative Medicine Research Lecture Series|
|08/04/20||18th World Congress on Pain||Exhibits|
|09/25/20||Advisory Council 75th Meeting||Advisory Council|
|10/24/20||Neuroscience 2020: Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting||Exhibits|
The NCCIH Integrative Medicine Research Lecture Series provides overviews of the current state of research and practice involving complementary health approaches and explores perspectives on the emerging discipline of integrative medicine.
The advisory council advises, consults with, and makes recommendations to NCCIH’s Director, on matters relating to the research activities and functions of the Center. The public is welcome to attend the open session.
Leading figures in science and medicine have participated in the Distinguished Lecture series.
Potential grant applicants can learn about specific funding opportunity announcements (FOAs) from NCCIH scientific program staff before submitting applications.
NCCIH exhibits at major scientific, research, and health-related meetings across the United States. Attendees of conferences can visit our booth to pick up literature, or to speak to an NCCIH information specialist about our programs and activities.
The NIH Pain Seminar Series, sponsored by the NIH PAIN Special Interest Group, features presentations by national leaders in the field of pain. Seminars highlight research conducted on model organisms at the behavioral, molecular, cellular and systems levels, as well as brain imaging work in patients and healthy volunteers.