Pre-meeting for the American Pain Society 36th Annual Scientific Meeting
American Pain Society
Spring Pain 2017, a premier biennial meeting of prominent pain researchers, will host nearly 50 speakers at this year’s gathering in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on May 16 and 17. Thirteen sessions of short presentations of unpublished data covering today’s hot topics in pain research are planned (see attached preliminary schedule of sessions). Spring Pain is an excellent opportunity to network and is built upon collegial interactions with open discussion to ensure progress of the field.
Spring Pain will be held as a pre-meeting with the American Pain Society meeting to give participants the “best-bang for your basic science buck." To register please go to APS website and look for Spring Pain 2017. Registration number is limited. Includes working lunch on Tuesday.
Be the first to hear presentations of original, not yet published, research currently being conducted in the basic andclinical pain sciences.
Enjoy activities in Pittsburgh each afternoon and then network with colleagues during an evening reception.
Stay for the meeting: there are great basic science topics and speakers throughout the APS Annual Scientific Meeting, so plan to stay for the science!
Schedule and speakers coming soon!
The cost for Spring Pain is $160 for members and $175 for nonmembers. Preregistration is required. Reception is open to registrants only.
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