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Mon, 2012-11-19 (All day) - Fri, 2012-11-30 (All day)

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Broadcast - Mini Science: The pain-reward connection

Sat, 2013-01-05 01:00 - 02:00

Leading McGill scientists cover many major aspects of pain science, from molecular and neural pathways to the psychological modulation of pain. The series bridges our understanding of how factors such as environment, genetics, gender, age and lifestyle are related to pain.

Presented by Petra Schweinhardt, Ph.D., Alan Edwards Centre for Research on Pain, and Faculty of Dentistry, McGill University

Pain and reward are two motivational processes that oppose each other. This talk will explore how pain and reward processing interact.

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Broadcast - Mini Science: The pain-reward connection

Tue, 2013-01-01 07:00 - 08:00

Leading McGill scientists cover many major aspects of pain science, from molecular and neural pathways to the psychological modulation of pain. The series bridges our understanding of how factors such as environment, genetics, gender, age and lifestyle are related to pain.

Presented by Petra Schweinhardt, Ph.D., Alan Edwards Centre for Research on Pain, and Faculty of Dentistry, McGill University

Pain and reward are two motivational processes that oppose each other. This talk will explore how pain and reward processing interact.

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Broadcast - Mini Science: The pain-reward connection

Thu, 2013-01-03 18:00 - 19:00

Leading McGill scientists cover many major aspects of pain science, from molecular and neural pathways to the psychological modulation of pain. The series bridges our understanding of how factors such as environment, genetics, gender, age and lifestyle are related to pain.

Presented by Petra Schweinhardt, Ph.D., Alan Edwards Centre for Research on Pain, and Faculty of Dentistry, McGill University

Pain and reward are two motivational processes that oppose each other. This talk will explore how pain and reward processing interact.

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Broadcast - Mini Science: Just say know : what marijuana has taught us about pain control

Fri, 2013-01-04 01:00 - 02:00

Leading McGill scientists cover many major aspects of pain science, from molecular and neural pathways to the psychological modulation of pain. The series bridges our understanding of how factors such as environment, genetics, gender, age and lifestyle are related to pain.

Presented by Mark A. Ware, M.D., FRSQ Senior Clinical Research Scholar, Director of Clinical Research, Alan Edwards Pain Management Unit

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Broadcast - Mini Science: Just say know : what marijuana has taught us about pain control

Wed, 2013-01-02 18:00 - 19:00

Leading McGill scientists cover many major aspects of pain science, from molecular and neural pathways to the psychological modulation of pain. The series bridges our understanding of how factors such as environment, genetics, gender, age and lifestyle are related to pain.

Presented by Mark A. Ware, M.D., FRSQ Senior Clinical Research Scholar, Director of Clinical Research, Alan Edwards Pain Management Unit

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Broadcast - Mini Science: Just say know : what marijuana has taught us about pain control

Mon, 2012-12-31 07:00 - 08:00

Leading McGill scientists cover many major aspects of pain science, from molecular and neural pathways to the psychological modulation of pain. The series bridges our understanding of how factors such as environment, genetics, gender, age and lifestyle are related to pain.

Presented by Mark A. Ware, M.D., FRSQ Senior Clinical Research Scholar, Director of Clinical Research, Alan Edwards Pain Management Unit

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Broadcast - Mini Science: Helping People with Pain Resume Occupational Involvement

Sat, 2012-12-29 01:00 - 02:00

Leading McGill scientists cover many major aspects of pain science, from molecular and neural pathways to the psychological modulation of pain. The series bridges our understanding of how factors such as environment, genetics, gender, age and lifestyle are related to pain.

Presented by Michael Sullivan, Ph.D., Canada Research Chair in Behavioural Health, Department of Psychology, McGill University

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Broadcast - Mini Science: Helping People with Pain Resume Occupational Involvement

Thu, 2012-12-27 18:00 - 19:00

Leading McGill scientists cover many major aspects of pain science, from molecular and neural pathways to the psychological modulation of pain. The series bridges our understanding of how factors such as environment, genetics, gender, age and lifestyle are related to pain.

Presented by Michael Sullivan, Ph.D., Canada Research Chair in Behavioural Health, Department of Psychology, McGill University

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Broadcast - Mini Science: Helping People with Pain Resume Occupational Involvement

Tue, 2012-12-25 07:00 - 08:00

Leading McGill scientists cover many major aspects of pain science, from molecular and neural pathways to the psychological modulation of pain. The series bridges our understanding of how factors such as environment, genetics, gender, age and lifestyle are related to pain.

Presented by Michael Sullivan, Ph.D., Canada Research Chair in Behavioural Health, Department of Psychology, McGill University

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