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Keystone Symposia - The Brain: Adaptation & Maladaptation in Chronic Pain

Posted on May 20, 2014 2:11:00 PM


Conference - Keystone, CO, United States

The conference will:
• Highlight advances in understanding the neural networks involved in the emotional, cognitive and sensory components of migraine and chronic pain, including the knowledge gained from the convergence of a number of new technologies such as brain imaging during pain;• Bring together the previously very separate pain and headache scientific communities for greater cross-disciplinary discussion and collaboration;

• Induce a new paradigm for drug discovery for pain-related neurological disorders.

Session topics:
• Plasticity of Brain Neurons, Glia and Other Processes
• New Technologies to Image the Human Brain Structure and Function
• Dissecting Basic Brain Circuits Involved in Pain Behaviors
• Preclinical to Clinical Evaluation of Pain – Garnering a Better Approximation to the Human Condition
• Pain in Neurological Disease States
• Altered Processing of Pain
• The Brain and Self-Trickery in Pain and Analgesia
• The Brain in Development
plus workshops on late-breaking topics

Organization: Keystone Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology

(E3) Keystone Symposia: The Brain - Adaptation and Maladaptation in Chronic Pain

Sun, Jun 15, 2014 - Fri, Jun 20, 2014

Keystone Resort

Keystone, Colorado, United States

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