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The Pain Beat (Episode 13) – Nobel Prize: A Conversation with David Julius and Michael Caterina

Editor’s note: Welcome to the 13th episode of The Pain Beat. Launched and supported by a generous grant from the MAYDAY Fund, with additional funding from the Rita Allen Foundation, […]

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IASP-PRF Podcast: Effect of Graded Sensorimotor Retraining in Patients with Chronic Low Back Pain

Editor’s note: On 2 August 2022, JAMA (the Journal of the American Medical Association) published the article, “Effect of Graded Sensorimotor Retraining on Pain Intensity in Patients with Chronic Low […]

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Embrace the Change: An Interview with Michael Burton

Michael Burton, PhD, is the Eugene McDermott Assistant Professor in Neuroscience and the principal investigator of the Neuroimmunology and Behavior Lab at the University of Texas at Dallas, US. His […]

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IASP 2022 World Congress on Pain Award Winners: An Interview with Lauren Heathcote

At the IASP 2022 World Congress on Pain, taking place 19-23 September in Toronto, Canada, the International Association for the Study of Pain will present awards to honor the achievements […]

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Engaging with Our Patient Partners in a Meaningful Way to Enhance Chronic Pain Research and Academia – Part 2: A Podcast with Sarah D’Angelo

Editor’s note: Sarah D’Angelo is a passionate advocate for patient education and increasing empathy among caretakers, care providers, and the general public for chronic pain. She uses her skills as […]

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IASP 2022 World Congress on Pain Award Winners: An Interview with Aidan Cashin

At the IASP 2022 World Congress on Pain, taking place 19-23 September in Toronto, Canada, the International Association for the Study of Pain will present awards to honor the achievements […]

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The Pain Beat (Episode 12) – A Tribute to Stephen McMahon

Editor’s note: Welcome to the 12th episode of The Pain Beat. Launched and supported by a generous grant from the MAYDAY Fund, with additional funding from the Rita Allen Foundation, […]

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Engaging With Our Patient Partners in a Meaningful Way to Enhance Chronic Pain Research and Academia – Part 1: A Podcast With Emeralda Burke

Editor’s note: Emeralda Burke is a health researcher, patient advocate, and a person with lived pain experience. In 2013, she moved from Ireland to Toronto, Canada, after completing a degree […]

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The Pain Beat (Episode 11) – Evolution of Nociceptors

Editor’s note: Welcome to the 11th episode of The Pain Beat! Launched and supported by a generous grant from the MAYDAY Fund, with additional funding from the Rita Allen Foundation, […]

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Defining Descending Control Pathways: A Podcast With Kirsty Bannister

Editor’s note: Kirsty Bannister, PhD, is an associate professor at King’s College London, UK, and was recently awarded the Patrick D. Wall Young Investigator Prize for Basic Science from the […]

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