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ven. 21 juin

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Virtual

The science of pain - Learning from human cells

National Pain Rounds

The science of pain - Learning from human cells
The science of pain - Learning from human cells

Heure et lieu

21 juin 2024, 12 h 00 – 13 h 00 HAE

Virtual

À propos de l'événement

Human cell research is pivotal in the pain space as it offers unparalleled insights into the underlying molecular mechanisms by bridging the gap between traditional preclinical animal models of pain and those that suffer from pain in society. Fundamental research findings using these new human tissue approaches can lead towards the development of targeted therapies. Engaging people with lived experience in this research is crucial as it ensures that the research is focused on what people actually need, leading to better health and a happier life for those dealing with pain. We will discuss some promising human cell research in development in our labs, highlighting how people with lived experience have been involved in these studies.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Discuss the importance of human cell research in the pain space,
  2. Explore some promising new human tissue techniques and therapeutic pain targets in development,
  3. Highlight the importance of engaging people with lived experience in all fundamental research, including human cell research.

A discussion between scientists, health professionals, educators, and pain advocates on a myriad of topics related to chronic pain. Offering a platform for innovative minds to bring forward inspiring ideas and discover solutions to help you in your practice. #canadianpainrounds National Pain Rounds takes place on the last Friday of every month.  National Pain Rounds and other virtual events are a discussion between scientists, health professionals, educators, and pain advocates.   This program receives funding from the Government of Canada. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of Health Canada.  All opinions expressed by the presenters are solely their own and do not reflect the opinions of the Canadian Pain Society. The views, opinions, and commentary of the presenters are for information purposes only, and are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the advice of a licensed healthcare provider before making any changes to your healthcare regimen.

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