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Rebecca Seal, recently appointed Professor for Neurobiology at Pittsburgh University, could give fresh insights into the challenges towards creating an independent name in science, negotiating tenure and dealing with potential gender bias in career development.

The German chapter of IASP (Deutsche Schmerzgesellschaft) is currently working on its first “research agenda”. To that purpose, the chapter has initiated a series of annual convents (“Wissenschaftstage”) in 2015

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For their work on interaction between GABA and TRPV1, Jan Siemens and his team

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  • Annual International Research Symposium 2018

    Annual International Research Symposium 2018

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  • Linette Tan wins German Pain Prize

    At the German Pain Congress (Deutscher Schmerzkongress), SFB Scientist Dr. Linette Tan was honored with this year's prize for basic science. Other scientists working in the Heidelberg Pain Consortium also received prizes.

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  • Young Scientists Retreat

    On 1-2 October 2018, the Heidelberg Pain Consortium Young Scientists Team hosted the Young Scientists Retreat at the Siegfriedbrunnen Ringhotel in Grasselenbach.

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  • Nitin Agarwal wins Rising Star Grant

     Dr. Nitin Agarwal has been awarded a grant in this year's "Rising star initiative", presented by Ono Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.

     


     
  • Grant writing workshop

    In July 2018, the Heidelberg Pain Consortium hosted a grant writing workshop for trainees and postdocs 

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