Meet E-G-G Symposium Speaker: Joukje Oosterman, PhD

Meet E-G-G Symposium Speaker: Joukje Oosterman, PhD

“It’s easy for researchers to be confined by their research questions,” says E-G-G winner Joukje Oosterman, PhD. Joukje is a research psychologist with a specialty in the fields of ageing, pain and cognitive performance. However, in the development of the E-G-G...
Meet E-G-G Winner 2018: Jonas Zaman, PhD

Meet E-G-G Winner 2018: Jonas Zaman, PhD

“Science knows no country, because knowledge belongs to humanity.” – Louis Pasteur Like many researchers, E-G-G winner Jonas Zaman, PhD, moved around a lot for his studies – first completing his Psychology degree in Brussels, a Masters in Neuroscience in Maastricht,...
Meet E-G-G Symposium Speaker: Susanne Becker, PhD

Meet E-G-G Symposium Speaker: Susanne Becker, PhD

What is the role of dopamine, or a lack of dopamine, in the development of chronic pain? This was the question posed by Susanne Becker, PhD, one of the winners of the 2016 EFIC-Grünenthal Grant (E-G-G). The subsequent experiment used a dopamine receptor antagonist in...
Postdoctoral position in PAIN RESEARCH / NEUROPHARMACOLOGY

Postdoctoral position in PAIN RESEARCH / NEUROPHARMACOLOGY

The Experimental Anaesthesiology Charité – Campus Benjamin Franklin in Berlin, is looking for candidates with enthusiasm and interest in mechanisms and treatment of pain. The group performs translational research on inflammatory and neuropathic pain and its...
Meet the E-G-G symposium speaker: Roi Treister, PhD

Meet the E-G-G symposium speaker: Roi Treister, PhD

You always remember your first. When Roi Treister, PhD won the EFIC-Grunenthal Grant (EGG) in 2016, it was the first grant that he had been awarded. “As a young researcher, your first grant funding is so important. It opens up your possibilities and is a springboard...
Latest data shows growth in impact of European Journal of Pain

Latest data shows growth in impact of European Journal of Pain

The most recent figures on journal citation show an increase in the impact factor of the European Journal of Pain (EJP). The 2018 impact factor was 3.2, an increase of 0.2. Impact factor is calculated on the basis of citations of the papers published and represents...

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