Research into pain and pain management is vital to improving the lives of those with a variety of conditions, but this work comes with its own ethical concerns. In particular, insights gained from animal models have been difficult to translate into new pain therapies. There is therefore a need to replace, reduce and refine the use of animal experiments in pain research.
Huge advances have been made in this area using non-invasive techniques ranging from cell culture to computational modelling.
Part of the pain research community in Oxford? This mini-symposium is your chance to hear some of the local experts talk about their experiences with these methods as well as from a couple of guest speakers.
This is one of the first of these workshops to be run in Oxford with the involvement of the NC3Rs, so to register or find out more information, please email RegionalEvents@nc3rs.org.uk or contact our Regional Programme Manager, email@example.com.
REGISTRATION EXTENDED TO 24 APRIL.