Bonepain News

BonePain II Successfully Kicked-Off in London

The BonePainII Network met in London 19-20 September 2019 for the Kick-Off meeting, where the selected candidates had the chance to meet the BonePainII supervisors and each other. The programme featured presentations of the projects and partners, a workshop on collaboration in cross-cultural teams, a masterclass conducted by the partner organization Transpharmation, and a pub

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PhD Defence Sonny Sliepen, Grünenthal and University of Copenhagen

On March 29 2019, the Early Stage Researcher Sonny HJ Sliepen defended his PhD as part of the BonePain network at University of Copenhagen (Denmark). His assessment committee was composed of Dr Nick Andrews, from Boston Children´s Hospital, Harvard Medical School (USA), Associate Professor Christina Brock, Aalborg University Hospital (Denmark) and chairman Associate Professor Trine

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Strong BonePain representation in the 2nd Danish Bone Research Workshop

On the first weekend of February, February 1-3, 2019, the 2nd Danish Bone Research workshop took place in Sønderborg, Denmark, see the beautiful setting of the workshop below. The workshop is an initiative to promote interaction between bone researchers. It is organized by the University of Southern Denmark with the support of the Danish Bone

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PhD Defence Manasi Sayileksmy, University of Copenhagen

On December 7, 2018, the Early Stage Researcher Manasi Sayilekshmy defended her PhD thesis in front of friends and co-workers as part of the BonePain network at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.  Her assessment committee was composed of Clinical Professor Niklas Rye Jørgensen from Rigshospitalet Glostrup and the University of Southern Denmark, Professor Chantal Chenu

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PhD defence by Anna Katri, Nordic Bioscience

On December 6th, 2018, Anna Katri defended her PhD. Anna conducted a three-year PhD study within the BonePain network at the drug development company Nordic Bioscience, located in Herlev (just 20 minutes from Copenhagen), Denmark.  Her PhD thesis was assessed by Gordon Munro, Senior Research Scientist, the Danish Headache Center, Denmark, Professor Chantal Chenu from

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First PhD Defence within the BonePain network: Marta Díaz del Castillo, University of Copenhagen

On October 26, 2018, our first Early Stage Researcher within the BonePain network defended her PhD thesis at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Marta Díaz del Castillo defended her thesis “Underlying mechanisms of malignant and non-malignant bone pain” in front of a numerous family members, friends and co-workers, as well as her assessment committee. The

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Professor Tony Dickenson awarded IASP Honorary membership

Congratulations to Professor Tony Dickenson, UCL, for his award of Honorary Membership of the International Association for the Study of Pain, their highest accolade, for his outstanding contributions to this field of study as well as service to the IASP. Professor Dickenson   Professor Dickenson was honoured with the award at the World Pain Congress

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Outreach: BonePain stand attracted large number of visitors at the Copenhell music festival

‘Copenhell’ is one of the biggest Scandinavian heavy metal festivals, held annually in Copenhagen. Copenhell, which took place 21-23 June 2018, combines some of the biggest names in the heavy metal scene with dozens of thematic stands, focusing in a wide range of topics from tattooing to pain research.  That’s right! This year, two of

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BonePain outreach at the Copenhell festival

Some of the BonePain students will represent BonePain at the Copenhell festival, the biggest festival on rock and metal music in Denmark, which attracts thousands of rock- and metal fans from in- and outside Copenhagen. Participants at the festival get the chance to test their pain level and will get information on BonePain.

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Successful 3rd BonePain Meeting in Stockholm

The third Annual BonePain Meeting was held at the Karolinska Institute on 26-28 February 2018. Principal investigators (PIs) and the Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) in the consortium gathered in the snow in Stockholm. The theme of the meeting was preparing the ESRs for their next career step. The PIs addressed questions about career choices and

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 814244.


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