Clinical approach in pain & mood disorders

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A scientific symposium organised by HaPpY and ITI NeuroStra

2 juin 2023
Doctoral College Amphitheatre, 46 boulevard de la Victoire, Strasbourg

The HaPpY European consortium, coordinated by Dr Ipek Yalcin (CNRS UPR3212 – INCI), and ITI Neurostra are pleased to invite you to the scientific symposium "Clinical Approach in Pain & Mood disorders" on Friday 02.06.23.

This event will feature the latest scientific and clinical developments in pain assessment and treatment, mood disorders and comorbidities, pain evaluation and technologies (programme below).

The number of participants will be limited to 70, therefore registration is MANDATORY.
Please REGISTER HERE before 25.05.2023. 

Doctoral College
Amphitheatre – Ground Floor
46 boulevard de la Victoire – 67100 Strasbourg


Session 1: Pain assessment & treatment

Chair: Dr Didier Bouhassira

Rolf-Detlef Treede, Ph.D. (Department of Neurophysiology, Mannheim Center for Translational Neuroscience MCTN, Ruprecht-Karls-University Heidelberg, Germany)
“New effort on classification & evaluation of pain”

Nadine Attal, MD. Ph.D. (Deputy director of the Physiopathologic and Pharmacologic clinical laboratory of Pain LPPD, Inserm U987, Paris-Saclay University, France)
“Clinical assessment of neuropathic pain: words matter”

Herta Flor, M.D. Ph.D. (Scientific director, Institute of cognitive and clinical neuroscience, Zentralinstitut für Seelische Gesundheit ZI, Germany)
“Mechanistic psychobiological treatments of chronic pain and its comorbidities”

Carole Robert (President, Fibromyalgia France association)
“Living with chronic fibromyalgia: 1992-2022 - Advise, Explain, Convince!”

Session 2: Mood disorders and comorbidities

Chair: Dr Ipek Yalcin

Isabelle Rouch-Leroyer, M.D. Ph.D. (Center for memory resource and research, CHU Saint-Etienne, France)              
“Psychological factors, cognitive function and chronic pain”

Gilles Bertschy, M.D. Ph.D. (Cognitive neuropsychology, schizophrenia and physiopathology UMR 1114, Research center for biomedine in Strasbourg CRBS, France)
“Bipolar disorders: simple and complex.”

Fabrice Jollant, M.D. Ph.D. (Clinic of mental diseases and of encephalon, Paris-Saclay University, France)
“The suicidal brain”

Session 3: Pain evaluation & technologies

Chair: Pr Herta Flor

André Dufour, Ph.D. (Cl2N UAR 3489: QST-lab)
“Development of new technologies to assess pain in patients”

Didier Bouhassira, M.D. Ph.D. (Director of the Physiopathologic and Pharmacologic clinical laboratory of Pain LPPD, Inserm U987, Paris-Saclay University, France) 
“Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation for the management of chronic pain”


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