Neuroplasticity in Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain: Achievements and Perspectives from Translational Pain Research
Hamburg, Germany, September 19-20, 2011
Neuroplastic changes are widely recognized as important mechanisms in the determination of pain states. Translation of this knowledge into clinical benefits is progressing. The aim of the symposium is to highlight translation of basic science in the field of neuroplasticity into clinical practice for better prevention and management of musculoskeletal pain. The symposium would provide clinicians with an update on the progresses and perspectives in pain research. Participants who are involved in research would have the opportunity of an exchange with scientists dealing with different fields of basic and clinical research.
The venue is situated right next to the Congress Center Hamburg where the EFIC Congress will take place in the heart of Hamburg. It is close to the railway station and is easily reachable from the airport. The number of participants will be limited, in order to facilitate contacts and exchange.
We look forward to welcoming you in Hamburg,
The Organizing Committee:
Michele Curatolo, Bern, Switzerland
Lars Arendt-Nielsen, Aalborg, Denmark
Hanns Ulrich Zeilhofer, Zurich, Switzerland
Radisson Blue Hotel (www.radissonblu.com/)
Programme, Information and Registration
Before June 30: 200 Euro
After June 30: 250 Euro
Fellows, Students, Trainees:
Before June 30: 100 Euro
After June 30: 150 Euro
with a letter of support from your training program director
The registration fee includes: Breaks on both days, dinner on September 19 and lunch on September 20.
Recommended official congress hotels can be found under the Accommodation menu tab at:
Further hotels can be found at:
Susanne Nielsen Lundis
Center for Sensory-Motor Interaction (SMI)
Fredrik Bajers Vej 7, bldg. D-3
Phone: +45 9940 8828
Mundipharma and Astellas Pharma
We look forward to seeing you in Hamburg!
EFIC website: www.efic.org
EFIC Congress website: www.kenes.com/efic