Neil Singla, MD, Chief scientific Officer of Lotus Clinical Research, will chair the American Pain Society’s 2nd annual Conference on Analgesic Trials (APS-CAT) on May 17, 2017 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, as a part of APS’ 36th Annual Scientific Meeting. The full-day session will discuss methods to optimize the complex process of analgesic drug development. We had over 200 pain researchers in attendance at the first event in 2016, discussing the design and conduct of analgesic clinical trials with an 8-member expert panel. Audience feedback was overwhelmingly positive.
APS’ second annual APS-CAT will be held on May 17, 2017 (day 1 of APS’ Annual Scientific Meeting) at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, PA.
Click here to register (Navigate to “May 17” tab and select “(002) APS Conference on Analgesic Trials”). Registration is $100, and includes lunch and refreshments.
APS-CAT 2017 confirmed presenters include:
APS-CAT is a full-day conference focused on optimizing the design and conduct of analgesic clinical trials. APS-CAT involves audience members in dialogue with thought leaders in the field to disseminate the latest scientific and regulatory developments and facilitate collaboration. The conference features a panel format, with each presenter speaking for 30 minutes followed by Q & A. Our goal is to maximize the efficiency of analgesic drug development.
You don’t have to sign up for the full APS meeting to attend APS-CAT, but APS offers 3 additional days of scientific content.