Advancing the Neurobiology of Pain
Please join the faculty and members of the University of Arizona Health Sciences Comprehensive Pain & Addiction Center (CPAC), Center of Excellence in Addiction Studies and the Department of Pharmacology in the College of Medicine – Tucson for a special symposium on “Advancing the Neurobiology of Pain."
This all-day event features a full slate of invited international researchers as well as faculty from the University of Arizona who will present their latest work on understanding mechanisms underlying pain, sex differences in pain, how pain becomes chronic and emerging therapies for treatment of chronic pain.
A highlight of the symposium will be the keynote lecture from David Julius, PhD, who received the 2021 Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine for his pioneering work in the molecular basis of somatosensation.
There will also be a poster session where faculty and students can interact with invited speakers. Breakfast, lunch and refreshments are included for registered attendees. A reception will follow from 6 to 7 p.m.
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