To have your educational event endorsed by the European Pain Federation please consult our criteria for endorsement.
- This event has passed.
Neural circuits of pain- IV
April 24 - April 25
Chronic pain is the one of the most prevalent health problem in the modern world. This conference will focus on interrogating, discussing and debating structural and functional insights into circuits and networks underlying sensory and affective components of pain and their modulation by conditions which induce structural reorganization and functional plasticity, including disease states, negative emotions and stress. Therefore, this meeting will connect global pioneers and experts with next generation troubleshooters to discover new knowledge, explore growing research, discuss latest insights and advances on neural circuits at all levels in pain pathways spanning novel data in basic science as well as clinical research. The venue of the symposium is centrally situated in the picturesque city of Heidelberg and is easily accessible via public transportation. There is sufficient time after the satellite symposium to travel to the EFIC meeting in Dublin, Ireland. To facilitate scientific exchange, we plan to limit the number of attendees to maximally 150-180, provided no additional Covid-related regulations apply.
This Satellite Symposium is endorsed by the European Pain Federation EFIC® and will be hosted by the Heidelberg Pain Consortium (Collaborative Research Centre 1158 of the German Research Foundation). In addition to invited international expert speakers, we would like to particularly give young scientists an opportunity to present their research, who will be selected on the basis of abstracts submitted. Poster presentations are also possible. We, therefore, encourage international scientists to participate and particularly encourage young doctoral and postdoctoral researchers to submit abstracts for talks.
We are excited to announce that this Satellite Symposium will be held in-person. Having gone through the various restrictions due to the COVID pandemic, this meeting will provide a unique opportunity to gather once again as a community and to meet each other in-person in the beautiful city of Heidelberg.
Nevertheless, your health and safety are extremely important for us. In this meeting, we will be strictly following all COVID-19-related security and health measures and restrictions, in accordance with local and international regulations. The organizers are closely monitoring the global and local situation in relation to the COVID-19 developments. Updates will be provided on the conference website.
We welcome the international pain research community to Heidelberg!
Rohini Kuner, Pharmacology Institute, Heidelberg University, Germany.
Herta Flor, Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim and Heidelberg University Germany.
Yves De Koninck, Paul Geha, Thomas Graven-Nielsen, Ru-Rong Ji, Eija Kalso, Michaela Kress, Gregory Scherrer, Cheryl Stucky, Tor Wager, Felix Viana and John Wood
Dr. Pooja Gupta and Anne Seller
D-69115, Heidelberg (Germany)
Official website: https://sfb1158.de/index.php/news2/neural-circuits
Website for Covid regulations: https://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/en/coronavirus/2317268#content_5
Registration and fees: Registration is mandatory for all the attendees. Please check the website for more details.
Faculty and industry scientists: 350 euros
Postdoctoral scientists: 300 euros
Students: 250 euros
Heidelberg/Mannheim faculty and postdoctoral scientists: 300 euros
Registration fees include coffee breaks, non-alcoholic beverages during the sessions, lunch on all the days, dinner on April 24th and the registration materials. Please provide the proof of your status (graduate student, medical student or junior postdoctoral fellow) via student identity card or the letter of support from your supervisor.
Enquiries: Dr. Pooja Gupta
Phone: +49-6221-5416602; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org