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North Sydney NSW 2060
This Special Interest Group (SIG) is formally consituted under the By-Laws of the
Australian Pain Society Constitution, adopted 10 April 2019.
The purpose of the Basic Pain Research Special Interest Group (SIG) shall be to share, improve and promote scientific knowledge and understanding regarding the components of nociception and pain at the level of molecules and cells in animals and humans. This is to provide enough data to bridge the gap between basic and clinical research for the benefit of pain patients.
The Australian Pain Society SIG on Basic Pain Research aims to:
Must have current APS Membership to join the SIG. Annual SIG Fee: $35
Support and follow the SIG with the joint Twitter hashtags: #AusPainSoc #BPRSIG
Please refer to the APS Calendar of Events for Seminars and Symposiums specific to Basic Pain Research.
|BPR Pain Hour|
|From the Sting to the Brain - How Pain Alters Memory and Pain Pathways||Tue 28 Nov, 12-1pm AEDT via Zoom||RSVP here!|
From 2018, a single dedicated PhD student Travel Grant of $500 will be made available to a Basic Pain Research SIG member.
SIG members must apply through the APS Travel Grant process.
|Immediate Past Chair||APS||1 year|
|Honorary Secretary||APS||2 years; can stand for up to 6 years|
|Communications Officer||APS||2 years; can stand for up to 6 years|
|APS Board Representative||APS||Dr Andrew Watson (ACT Director)|
|Australian Pain Society Basic Pain Research SIG Executive for 2023-2024|
|Chair||A/Prof Gila Moalem-Taylor|
|Immediate Past Chair||Prof Jason Ivanusic|
|Secretary||Dr Lipin Loo|
|Communications Officer||Dr Dusan Matusica|
|APS BPR SIG Expert Database and survey link||Member Login|
|RELIEF: Pain Research News, Insights and Ideas||Website|
|Pain Research Forum||Website|
|Gene Quantification Info||Website|
|International Mouse Phenotype Consortium||Website|
|Atlas of Laboratory Mouse Histology||Website|
|Gene Expression Nervous System Atlas (GENSAT)|