Fall 2008 - Spring 2009 Academic Year

Date Visiting Speaker Location Title
17 September, 2008
Roger Fillingim
University of Florida
1105A SCAIF "What Can We Learn from Studying Individual Differences in Experimental Pain Responses?"
15 October, 2008
Robert Gereau
Washington University
1495 BSTWR "Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Central Sensitization"
12 November, 2008 Peter Smith
University of Alberta, Edmonton
1495 BSTWR  
17 December, 2008
Yves DeKoninck
Laval University, Quebec
1105A SCAIF "Neuroimmune-mediated Disinhibition in the Pathogenesis of Neuropathic Pain"
21 January, 2009 James Eisenach
Wake Forest University
1105A SCAIF "Obstetric Pain: Acute and Chronic"
18 February, 2009 John Farrar
University of Pennsylvania
1105A SCAIF "Measuring Pain: What Does it Really Mean"
18 March, 2009 Michael Camilleri
Mayo Clinic
1105A SCAIF

"What's New in Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Mechanisms and Management"

15 April, 2009 Allan Basbaum
University of California, San Francisco
1105A SCAIF "The Neurobiology of Pain: From Molecules to Circuit to Behavior"
20 May,2009 Sean Mackey
Stanford University
1105A SCAIF "The Strain in Pain Lies Mainly in the Brain: Lessons Learned from Functional Neuroimaging"

Seminars (from previous years)