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IASP Awards the John J. Bonica Trainee Fellowship to Paulina Ramirez Garcia

IASP is pleased to announce Paulina Ramirez Garcia as the recipient of the 2021 John J. Bonica Trainee Fellowship. The Fellowship was established in 1998 in memory of the founder […]

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IASP Announces the 2021 Collaborative Research Grant Recipients

IASP is thrilled to announce the 2021 Collaborative Research Grant will be awarded to the international, interdisciplinary team of Giulia Di Stefano (Italy), Steven Waxman (USA), Francis O’Neill (UK), Joanna […]

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Submissions are Being Accepted for World Congress Prizes and Awards

IASP is accepting nominations for three prizes and one award that honor outstanding achievement levels in pain research and relief worldwide by individuals and teams at all career stages. Submissions […]

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Apply for IASP Fellowship in Pain Management

IASP is accepting applications for the IASP Fellowship in Clinical Pain Management. The fellowship will provide a trainee ethical, responsible, and interdisciplinary training on pain medicine in Mexico City. The […]

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IASP Launches New Website and Branding

IASP is excited to announce the phase 1 launch of our new website along with new branding for IASP, SIGs, and Chapters. Under the leadership of current President, Claudia Sommer, […]

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Special Issue of PAIN Reports Examines Pain Related to COVID-19 in Europe, North America, and China

SPECIAL ISSUE OF PAIN REPORTS EXAMINES PAIN RELATED TO COVID-19 IN EUROPE, NORTH AMERICA, AND CHINA IASP Also Plans May 2021 Virtual Session on COVID-19 and Pain Relief WASHINGTON, DC – April […]

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IASP Position Statement on the Use of Cannabinoids to Treat Pain

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF PAIN COMPLETES COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF RESEARCH ON THE USE OF CANNABINOIDS TO TREAT PAIN AND FINDS THAT THERE IS A LACK OF SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE […]

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IASP Announces Revised Definition of Pain

For the first time since 1979, IASP introduced a revised definition of pain, the result of a two-year process that the association hopes will lead to revised ways of assessing […]

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