Researchers from the University of Bath's Centre for Pain Research will be at the forefront of discussions during this week's Congress of the European Pain Federation.
Research from our Centre for Pain Research will take centre stage at this week’s Congress of the European Pain Federation, taking place in Vienna, focused on translating latest scientific evidence into the best clinical practice.
On Thursday, 4,000 delegates from all over the world travel to the Austrian capital for the ninth Congress of the European Pain Federation (EFIC) with international delegates using the opportunity to discuss the latest scientific insights and approaches to treating pain.
Among leading scientists presenting at the Forum, Professor Christopher Eccleston, Director of our Centre for Pain Research will Chair the Scientific Programme Committee for EFIC, bringing together leading scientists to craft an engaging and far-reaching scientific programme.
Dr Ed Keogh, Deputy Director, will lead the presentation of recent findings from work at Bath, along with the fellows and students.