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The Brain: Adaptation and Maladaptation in Chronic Pain (E3)
Scientific Organizers: Frank Porreca, David Borsook and David W. Dodick
June 15—20, 2014
Keystone Resort, Keystone, Colorado, USA
Sponsored by Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
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Scholarship Deadline: Feb 13, 2014 [details]
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Abstract Deadline: Mar 13, 2014 [details]
Discounted Registration Deadline: Apr 30, 2014 [details]
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SUNDAY, JUNE 15
Neuron-Glia Signaling in Pain Neuroplasticity
Microglial and Astroglial Signaling in Persistent Pain
What Is Neuroinflammation?
Neuronal Morphology Goes Digital: A Research Hub for Cellular and System Neuroscience
Short Talk: Microglial Phenotype in the Medullary Reticular Formation in Chronic Pain
Short Talk: Administering Morphine following Spinal Cord Injury Amplifies Central Neuropathic Pain
Probing the Brain with Light
Imaging to Optimize Analgesic Drug Discovery and Development
Short Talk: Optogenetic Activation of Corticostriatal Circuitry Regulates Chronic Neuropathic Pain
Mesolimbic Circuits: Where Pain and Pleasure Interact
Role of the Primary Somatosensory Cortex in Pain
The Role of the Posterior Parietal Cortex in Pain
Pain-Attention Brain Circuitry Phenotypes: Potential for Personalized Therapeutics?
Short Talk: Decreased Motivation during Chronic Pain Requires Depression of the Nucleus Accumbens Indirect Pathway
Reward Circuits and Pain
Translational Models of the Migraine Brain State
Working Together Pre-Competitively, Exploring Novel Epigenetic Proteins and Using Human Cells to Increase the Probability of Discovering New Analgesics
Short Talk: Dysfunction of Dendritic Properties of Cortical Pyramidal Neurons in a Chronic Pain Model
Short Talk: Critical Role of the RVM in Chronic Pain after Thoracotomy
Pain in Neurological Disease
Talk Title to be Announced
Migraine and Altered Brain State
Chronic Pain, Hippocampus, Memory, Cognition
Short Talk: Atypical Age-Related Cortical Thinning in Episodic Migraine
Short Talk: Dopaminergic Reversal of Pain-Related Working Memory Deficits
Brain Circuits Involved in Phantom Limb Pain
Neurochemical Pathways that Modulate Thalamic Trigeminovascular Neurons
Mirror Mirror on the Wall, Who Is the Sexiest of Them All
Short Talk: Role of Endogenous TRPV1 Agonists in a Post-Burn Pain Model of Partial-Thickness Injury
Placebos and Drugs: What's the Difference?
Neuroimaging of the Generation and Regulation of Pain
Pain and Perception
Opioid Mechanisms, Pain Regulation and Placebo Analgesia
Short Talk: Neural Correlates of Deficits in Pain-Related Affective Meaning Construction in Patients with Chronic Pain Disorder
Pain in the Young Brain Becomes Pain in the Older Brain
Pain Genetics and Epigenetics
Human Brain Measures in Development
Short Talk: How Does Nociceptive Processing in the Human Infant Brain Compare with That in Adults?
Short Talk: Rat Periaqueductal Gray Neurotransmitter Gene Expression with Development and Chronic Morphine
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