Three Win Early Career Research Grants
May 9, 2016
Congratulations to three winners of IASP Early Career Research Grants, which support the development of young researchers just starting their careers as independent investigators. Each has been awarded US$20,000. The winners and their research topics are:
- Rachel Miller, Rush University Medical Center, United States. "A Functional Imaging Approach to Probe the Role of Mechanosensory Neurons in Experimental Osteoarthritis Knee Pain"
- Hugues Petitjean, McGill University, Canada. "Investigations of pruning of inhibitory synaptic contacts onto PKCgamma dorsal horn neurons after nerve injury"
- Dimitiri Van Ryckeghem, Ghent University, Belgium. "Attention bias for pain: A dynamic and contextual approach"