Neuroinflammatory mechanisms in pain and analgesia
vendredi 02 décembre 2016
- Auditorium, IGBMC
Organisé(e) par Médecine translationnelle et neurogénétique & Claire GAVERIAUX-RUFF
The aim of this symposium is to discuss recent discoveries in neuroinflammatory mechanisms, pain and analgesia. It will include presentations on glial cells, fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis and neuropathic pain, anxiety and depression. Both the clinics and in preclinical models will be addressed.
The presentations by leading scientists in the field will highlight the links between glial cells, neuroinflammation, chronic pain, mood disorders, as well as some pharmacological approaches targeting chronic pain and associated diseases.
Michael Salter, University of Toronto - Good and bad glia in neuroinflammation and pain
Eva Kosek, Karolinska Institute - Fibromyalgia and osteoarthritis in patients
Camilla Svensson, Karolinska Institute - Osteoarthritis in mice
Hiroshi Ueda, Nagasaki University - Fibromyalgia in mice
Andrew Rice, Imperial College London - Neuropathic pain: lost in translation?
Iris Hovatta, University of Helsinki - Anxiety: of mice and man
Michel Barrot, CNRS U Strasbourg - New insights on antidepressants in neuropathic pain
Ari-Pekka Koivisto, Orion Pharma - TRPA1 in pain and inflammation
Registration is free but mandatory
Deadline for registration : November 2016, 18th