Pain Seminar Series
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. Our goal is to provide a forum where researchers from different backgrounds can openly exchange their ideas and perspectives as well as discuss the latest technical approaches for the study of pain.
Seminar Launches: As part of the Pain Seminar Series, trainees are invited to have lunch with speakers at 12 p.m. on the day of the seminar. This is a great opportunity for trainees to network and learn more about the speaker and their affiliated institution. All trainees are welcome to attend and actively participate. For more information or to ask questions, you can reach out to the SIG organizers ("Contacts").
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.
June 11, 2020 - 10:30 a.m. ET to 11:30 a.m. ET
CANCELED: BOLD Decoding of Individual Pain Anticipation Bias: Implication for Precision Pain Management