17 November 2021 9am - 18 November 2021 4pm
This is the twenty-sixth annual international Ph.D. course on the translational neurobiology of the pain system held by the Center for Neuroplasticity and Pain (CNAP). The purpose of the course is to give Ph.D. students an introduction to different aspects of the neurobiology of the pain system and to initiate new co-operation within interdisciplinary pain research. This year the course will focus on translational pain models in preclinical, human experimental, and clinical sciences.
The course is arranged over two days, and participants are invited from different international laboratories. The lectures will be provided by staff from CNAP and by invited international key scientists within the area.
A basic understanding of pain mechanisms, for update see Textbook of Pain, Section 1: Neurobiology of Pain.
Selected papers and book chapters will be announced to the participants shortly before the course.
See the preliminary program here.
Please bring a poster for the poster session on Day II.
The course will end with a multiple choice evaluation with questions related to all topics of the course.
A fee of DKK 500 for catering will be charged. The fee covers a light lunch as well as coffee/tea on both days.
Please register here.
The course counts for 1.0 ECTS credit. All students will receive a diploma stating participation in the course.
IMPORTANT: If you wish to receive the credit of 1.0 ECTS, please also register at the website of The Doctoral School in Medicine, Biomedical Science and Technology.
Niels Jernes Vej 14, room 4-111
Please note: online participation will be possible, if you are not able to join us in Aalborg. Please indicate on the registration form that you will be participating online.
Lone S. Andersen
Phone: +45 9940 8827