Date: Sunday 7 April 2019
Time: 8.30am - 12.30pm
The workshop will aim to present current basic pain research in Australia and provide evidence of its importance for our understanding of mechanism underlying nociception. Area experts and the next generation of researchers will provide latest research in areas such as role of the spinal cord in processing of nociceptive information, pain signalling in pelvic organs and the secrets behind the relationship of receptors and genes and pain.
Audience: Researchers, health professionals including students with interest in basic pain mechanisms and current research.
Click here to download a copy of the draft workshop program.