From 29th – 31st March the QST-EEG-tES training took place at UMG (Göttingen). Members of the BAP group were in charge of the Quantitative Sensory Testing (QST) and Electroencephalography (EEG) workshops while UMG led transcranial electric stimulation (tES) workshops. Many thanks to Andrea Antal for hosting and Edris Noori for the organization. One more step […]
On February 8th and 9th 2023, we engaged in a scientific meeting for WP1, WP2, and WP3 partners in Strasbourg, France. Graciously hosted by our partners in QST.lab at the University of Strasbourg, we discussed the details of quantitative sensory testing element of these work packages, which will directly inform our first PAINLESS clinical study.
PAINLESS was delighted to be a part of the #WorldCancerDay online campaign on February 4th 2023. This year’s theme is all about closing the care gap; ensuring all individuals with cancer have access to the right care for their needs. This is a message we firmly stand behind, as this is the basis of our
Porto, Portugal. The International Symposium on Understanding Cancer Associated Pain and the PAINLESS Project was held on the 4th of November 2022 at Instituto Portugues de Oncologia do Porto. Attended by 150 professionals and students, the symposium kicked-off by organising workshop sessions to discuss specific details on the bed-side assessment protocol for PAINLESS and outlining
The PAINLESS project officially began in the University of Santiago de Compostela with a three-day kick-off meeting (30th June – 2nd July 2022). The occasion saw 33 delegates from all Consortium partners come together to discuss their roles in the innovative project and to enjoy the local culture and heritage. We collectively reviewed the PAINLESS objectives
Friday, May 20, 2022 “To improve the management of pain caused by cancer, it is necessary to understand its underlying mechanisms” – Professor Carillo. Looking for alternatives to traditional pharmacological treatment through techniques based on neuromodulation and defining patterns to anticipate the onset of pain are the axis on which the work of this