The American Pain Society is pleased to announce the 2nd annual Conference on Analgesic Trials, chaired and moderated by Neil Singla, MD. This event is coming up this May 17 as part of APS’ Annual Scientific Meeting in Pittsburgh.
APS-CAT is a full-day conference focused on optimizing the design and conduct of analgesic clinical trials. APS-CAT 2016 had 200 pain research professionals in attendance and featured expert presentations as well as Q & A with an eight-member panel. Audience feedback was overwhelmingly positive.
Do you have a question you'd like the community to weigh in on? Maybe you'd like to ask your colleagues about the best experimental techniques to use in the lab, how to improve clinical care, or even about unpublished data? Now you can with PRF's new Q & A feature. Steve Davidson, U of Cincinnati, and Jeffrey Petruska, U of Louisville, have each posed a question--one about place preference boxes, the other about local anesthetics--to get things started. We'd love to hear what you have to say! Read more here.