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PAIN talks 2015

We are inviting you to the first QNJPI PAIN talks edition, a conference consisting of short « TED »-like presentations.

The short talks will address the controversies and breakthroughs in the pain field or present inspiring testimonies about pain management.

 

The awardee for Best Presentation will be offered a spot at the first edition of the North American Pain School (NAPS). Bringing together leading experts in the fields of pain research and management, NAPS was developed to provide a unique educational and networking experience for the next generation of basic science and clinical pain researchers. We offer opportunities for scientific education, professional development, and connections with peers in a setting far removed from the lab and steeped in the character and culture of Quebec. NAPS will be accessible to only 30 North American top candidates yearly.

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PAIN talks 2015

Our Speakers

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Prof. Maxime Descotaux

Université de Sherbrooke

"Diffusion MRI tractography for brain connectivity and connectomics studies"

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Dr. Max Fehlmann

President and CEO, NEOMED

"Le Hasard et la Nécessité" (The conference will be presented in English)

PAIN talks 2015

Presentation informations

Duration: 12 minutes

Topic suggestions:

  • Controversies, problematics or breakthroughs in the pain field
  • Inspiring testimonies about pain management
  • How a new technology revolutionized pain research or pain management

Presentation format:

  • English or French
  • Your presentation should be innovative, inspiring and educative
  • No lab results

Presentation abstract:

  • 250 words max
  • No lab results

Abstract selection: 10 abstracts will be selected to present at the 2015 QNJPI PAIN talks

Presenters: Presenters must be members of the QNJPI

Talks will be filmed and publicized on the internet. Speakers will have to fill a consent form prior to the event.

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