Submit your abstract for Data Blitz presentation -- deadline is Monday
Do you have an innovative and compelling clinical or basic science research abstract? Submit your work to APS for the Clinical and Basic Science Data Blitz, being held on Wednesday, May 8, in New Orleans, as part of the 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting. Selected presenters will have five minutes to present their research data. Authors are encouraged to submit innovative and compelling clinical and basic science research for presentation. Submissions from doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows are encouraged. The deadline for submission is Monday, March 25. Learn more.
APS Annual Scientific Meeting: Early-bird discount ends in one week!
Learn about the latest basic science and clinical research by attending the 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting of APS on Saturday, May 11. This year, the Frederick W.L. Kerr Basic Science Research Lecture will be presented by Jeffrey Mogil, PhD. Titled "Mice Are People, Too: Social Modulation of and by Pain in Laboratory Rodent," Dr. Mogil will discuss recent experiments that show the effects of social communication on pain behavior and the effect of pain on social interactions. Immediately following, William Maixner, Ph.D., DDS, will present the Wilbert E. Fordyce Clinical Lecture titled "Phenotypic and Molecular Approaches to Translational Pain Medicine." Dr. Emeran Mayer will conclude with this year’s Global Year Again Pain Lecture on chronic visceral pain. Register now to save $100 off your registration fee. Learn more.
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