SFB1158 at the World Congress on Pain

From the 26th to 30th September the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) held its 16th World Congress on Pain in Yokohama, Japan. The Heidelberg Pain Consortium displayed current research activities and presented possible career opportunities for international scientists. 

The core team (R. LeFaucheur, Dr. M. Simonetti & J. Gandla) did a wonderful job in curating the  SFB1158 booth at all times and was complemented by Principal and Asssociate Investigators who organized numerous sessions and courses at the congress.

Below you can find some impressions from this memorable event.

 

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