Alex at DC Conferences introduces our fabulous line up of Keynote Speakers at the upcoming Hobart conference #APS2014

Dr Jane Ballantyne, University of Washington, USA Ballantyne, Jane

Dr Ballantyne trained in Anaesthesia at John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, then moved to MassachusettsGeneral Hospital, Harvard University, Boston in 1990.  She became Chief of the Division of Pain Medicine in MGH in 1999.  She moved to the University of Washington in 2011 as UW Medicine Professor of Education and Research. Her research is focused on the development of opioid management tools utilizing electronic outcomes assessment and rapid learning methodology. She has editorial roles in several leading journals and textbooks, and is a widely published author.

Mogil, Jeffrey Dr 2 Prof Jeffrey Mogil, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

Jeffrey S. Mogil is currently the E.P. Taylor Professor of Pain Studies and the Canada Research Chair in the Genetics of Pain at McGill University in Montreal, Canada.  Dr. Mogil is the author of over 170 journal articles and book chapters since 1992, and has given over 220 invited lectures in that same period.  He currently serves as a Section Editor at the journal, Pain, and was the chair of the Scientific Program Committee of the recent 13th World Congress on Pain held in 2010.

Dr Andrew Moore, University of Oxford, UK Moore, Andrew

Dr Moore graduated with a Doctor of Science from the University of Oxford and has over 30 years experience in biomedical research. He is currently Director of Pain Research, Nuffield Dept of Anaesthetics, University of Oxford and Chairman of the International Association for the Study of Pain Systematic Review and Evidence special interest group. Dr Moore is founding editor of the evidence based journal – Bandolier and has contributed 500+ scientific and clinical publications and 200 systematic reviews including over 80 Cochrane reviews.

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