All FRESCO@CNAP fellows must submit their PhD thesis at The Doctoral School in Medicine, Biomedical Science and Technology, Faculty of Medicine at Aalborg University. The thesis should be based on at least three journal papers formatted for relevant peer-reviewed, international scientific journals. Choose the journals in collaboration with your supervisors seeking high impact journals indexed at Medline within the fields of Pain, Biomedical Engineering, and Neuroscience. Novel scientific results are also to be disseminated at international conferences organized by relevant scientific communities by submitting abstracts or conference papers. Pending acceptance, the findings are to be presented through posters or oral communication using the proper FRESCO@CNAP templates. Broad dissemination is highly encouraged via relevant channels. This could be popular science magazines, regional and national news media (written and electronic media) or relevant specialist press. Discuss such initiatives with your supervisor. This also includes the use of social media (e.g. LinkedIn, newsletters or blogs, or even own web-sites) when new results are available. Selected stories could also be presented at the CNAP home page. For all types of dissemination be aware of copyright agreements and the risk of self-plagiarism.