Date

June 22-27, 2019

Location

Kraków, Poland

Remaining

30

Speakers

Prominent scientists in pain research

WHAT'S ABOUT EVENT information about the school

Organizing Committee: Barbara Przewlocka (Kraków), Andreas Kopf (Berlin), Luis Villanueva (Paris).

 

Local Organizing Committee: Barbara Przewłocka, Katarzyna Popiołek-Barczyk, Anna Piotrowska-Murzyn, Joanna Mika, Lidia Radwan, Ryszard Przewlocki.

 

 

Registration Fee: 900 euro (the fees include attendance, hotel accommodation, all meals and social events)

Please note, that the European Pain Federation EFIC offers 15 grants for participants. The assessment of the applications and selection of participants will be made by the Educational Committee and approval by the Executive Board of EFIC. Grant applications are possible for all members of the national chapters of EFIC with approval from the national councillor.
For grant applications please contact: secretary@efic.org
For more information on the application, please visit the Pain School page on the EFIC website where are the requirements to receive a grant.

Deadline for grant applications is March 1st

INFORMATION ON THE POSSIBILITY OF APPLYING FOR GRANTS FROM OTHER SOURCES WILL BE ANNOUNCED SOON

Event Speakers Prominent scientists in pain research

Alain Eschalier

Pharmacology department

Faculty of Medicine, University Hospital, Clermont-Ferrand, France

Anthony Dickenson

Neuropharmacology in the Department of Neuroscience

Physiology and Pharmacology at University College, London

Christoph Stein

Dept. of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine

Freie Universität Berlin – Charité Campus Benjamin Franklin Berlin, Germany

Dorit Pud

Faculty of Social Welfare and Health Sciences

University of Haifa, Israel (więcej…)

Eija Kalso

D. Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine

University of Helsinki, Finland (więcej…)

Halina Machelska

Dept. of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine

Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany (więcej…)

Joanna Mika

Dept. of Pain Pharmacology

Institute of Pharmacology Krakow, Poland (więcej…)

Jurgen Sandkühler

Dept. of Neurophysiology

Medical University of Vienna, Austria (więcej…)

Luis Garcia-Larrea

Central Integration of Pain (NeuroPain)

Center for Neuroscience of Lyon, U1028 INSERM, France

Luis Villanueva

Center of Psychiatry and Neuroscience

Paris, France (więcej…)

Per Hansson

Dept. of Molecular Medicine and Surgery

Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden and Oslo University Hospital, Oslo, Norway

Rafael Maldonado

Dept. of Experimental and Health Sciences

Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona (więcej…)

Ryszard Przewłocki

Department of Molecular Neuropaharmacology

Institute of Pharmacology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Krakow, Poland

Stephen B. McMahon

London Pain Consortium

King’s College London, UK

Reykjavik, Island

Magdalena Kocot-Kępska

Polish Association for the Study of Pain

Kraków, Poland (więcej…)

Jan Dobrogowski

President of the Polish Society for the Study of Pain

Poland (więcej…)

Władysław Lasoń

Director of the Institute of Pharmacology of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Krakow

Poland

Conference or Event Program dont forget it

Kraków city with history and future

Krakow has always been famous for its beauty, charm and culture. It is the second largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland, dating back to the 7th century. Unlike most Polish cities, Krakow survived WWII virtually undamaged, preserving its magnificent architecture. The Wawel Royal Castle, the Main Market Square and Cloth Hall, St. Mary’s Church, and the Jewish district Kazimierz are only very few famous attractions. The city has traditionally been one of the leading centers of Polish academic, cultural, and artistic life. The world-renowned Jagiellonian University, established in 1364 is located here. With a student population of 170,000, the city has a youthful and energetic vibe. Numerous theatres, museums, galleries, and unusual artistic events are all interesting and worthwhile plans for a free time. Krakow is also a city of clubs, cafes and restaurants. Just outside the city a historical Wieliczka Salt Mine with an underground cathedral, included on the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List, and the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp from the WWII are located. Krakow is a remarkable city that should be visited at least once in a lifetime.

Access to Krakow is very convenient

Krakow’s John Paul II International Airport(code KRK) is the main airport. It is situated in Balice, only 15 km (about ten miles) from the city center, which can be reached by shuttle train to main railway station, bus or taxi. The airport has regular direct flights from all major European cities.

Hotel Galaxy Venue

The school will be held in Krakow Hotel Galaxy placed close to the old Kazimierz Jewish District.

For more information about hotel visit the official site: http://galaxyhotel.pl/

Contact Us

if you got any questions just email Barbara.Przewlocka@gmail.com