We look forward to sharing the knowledge and expertise of this wonderful National Keynote Speaker line up at the 2020 Australian Pain Society 40th Annual Scientific Meeting to be held at the Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart this April.

Dr Christine Barry

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Dr Christine Barry

Please give a warm welcome to Dr Christine Barry.

Dr Christine Barry is a Senior Lecturer in Anatomy and Histology at Flinders University in Adelaide. She is a registered physiotherapist with 20 years clinical experience, including 10 as a Titled Member of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia, before completing her PhD in 2011 at the University of Adelaide.

Her current research focuses on plasticity of sensory neurons, especially in the female reproductive tract. She was awarded a 2019 Rebecca L Cooper Medical Research Foundation Project Grant to investigate sensory neuron activity and neuron-immune cell interactions relevant to vulvodynia.

Dr Christine Barry will be presenting 2020 Tess Cramond Lecture, discussing Emerging evidence of macrophage contribution to chronic pain associated with the female reproductive tract.

 We are delighted to have Dr Christine Barry involved in APS 2020, we hope you will be able to attend and enjoy everything this ASM has to offer.

Registrations are now open!

Click here to register for the 2020 APS 40th ASM.

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About Australian Pain Society

The Australian Pain Society is a multidisciplinary body aiming to relieve pain and related suffering through leadership in clinical practice, education, research and public advocacy.

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