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Position:

Professor


Department:

School of Life and Environmental Sciences


Organization:

University of Sydney


Country:

Australia

Professor Gregory G Neely

PhD, BSc

Greg completed his PhD in human immunology (AIDS related pathogens) at the University of Calgary, Canada and went on to train in functional genomics at the IMBA in Vienna, Austria. Since 2011 he has been running a lab in Sydney Australia using functional genomics approaches to find novel human disease genes and pathways. His lab is using flies, mice, and human stem cells combined with CRISPR screening and single cell sequencing with a primary interest in identifying new genes and genetic pathways controlling human pain.

Sessions

Monday, September 19, 2022

Time
8:30am EDT12:00pm EDT

Artificial Intelligence-Based Approaches to Preclinical Pain Assessment

Tracks: Basic Science: Pain Models
Categories: Hands-On Workshop

Measurement of pain in non-human species in laboratory, clinical and domesticated environments is limited to surrogate outcome measures due to…