DATE – SEPTEMBER 30 – 8:30AM PST / 11:30AM EST / 5:30PM CET
The release of novel non-opioid analgesic drugs requires innovative R&D strategies. In this line, the measure of the activity of nociceptors in the dorsal root ganglia and neurons involved in the generation of pain sensation in the spinal cord provides a unique way of assessing the analgesic efficacy of drug candidates on pain-specific endpoints. The aim of this presentation is to give a brief overview on the use of these methods in anesthetized mice and rats to assist pain drug discovery.
Our speaker: Julien Allard, PhD, founder and CSO of E-Phys.
E-Phys is an independent Contract Research Organization (CRO), member of Neuroservices-Alliance and specialized in preclinical electrophysiology in anaesthetised rodents.
20 min – Presentation
10 min – Live Questions & Answers
The session will be recorded and every registrant will receive a link to access it after the event