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IBRO Participants learn “How to Manage Pain?”
IBRO Participants learn “How to Manage Pain?” at UIPS

CHNDIGARH- Professor Fusao Kato, Member of the Science Council of Japan, former Vice-President and current Board Member of the Physiological Society of Japan, Board Member of the Japanese Society of Pharmacology, Japanese Association for Study of Pain and Japanese Society of Neurodegenerative Research delivered his lecture on “Energetic interaction at synapses between neurons and glial cells”. He started the day with a talk on the emotional basis of pain. He discussed the changes in different regions of the brain during pain experience and how these pain associated sensory input build the emotional (unpleasant or fear) memory of pain. In his talk, he also addressed the physiological meaning and significance of chronic pain induced negative emotion in humans. 

Dr Sanjay Khanna, a PU alumnus from Department of Physiology, National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore focused on acute pain have led to an accumulation of knowledge related to anatomy, physiology and pharmacology of pain pathways. Acute pain is also well managed clinically. However, the treatment of chronic pain is as yet an unmet need. Chronic pain is not only aversive, it is also marked by altered perception and includes changes in sensitivity to peripheral stimulation. An often under-appreciated effect of chronic pain is that the ‘brain health’ is negatively affected. (UPDATED ON NOVEMBER 28TH, 2018)
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