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'How the brain is wired for pain' - public lecture

The Pain Management Team has collaborated with Durham University to produce a lecture series. 'How the brain is wired for pain' is the first lecture on the 18th October 2012 at 6.30 for a 7pm start.

'How the brain is wired for pain' 
 Dr Michael Lee
 Calman Main Lecture Theatre
(Durham University, City campus, DH1 3LE) 
 Thursday 18th October
 6.30pm for a 7pm start
No booking necessary
Free

How subjective is the experience of pain, and how does it ultimately emerge from the brain?
Together with real-life examples from his brain imaging research, Dr Lee will show us how we can reinterpret or regulate the biological signal for better or worse.
Dr Lee is a Consultant in Pain Management who works in the Pain Imaging Neuroscience Group at The University of Oxford.

We hope to see you there!

Still to come in the series…..
Anxiety/Depression and Pain
Analgesic Drugs Benefits and Limitations
Complementary Medicine for Pain Management
Exercise and pain

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