The Experience Exchange
The Experience Exchange is an open-format, interactive meeting place designed to foster the exchange of groundbreaking scientific information through non-ce educational programming and networking opportunities.
This dynamic space allows attendees to easily navigate the space and receive additional one-on-one time with speakers, exhibitors, and other pain science professionals.
What to Expect
Extended poster viewing allows all posters in one place at one time. A list of accepted posters is available here.
The Learning Lounge, an innovative, interactive theater were both industry and association driven content can be delivered. The Learning Lounge is the 'hub' of the Experience Exchange. It will host Town Hall Talks and Science in the Learning Lounge sessions.
Town Hall Talks will showcase products, services, and programs, relevant to your profession. Topics can range from risk evaluation and mitigation strategies (REMS), compliance, patient safety, diversion, and research.
Town Hall Talks
Thursday, May 18
9:40-10:10 am supported by Premier Research
Operationalizing Clinical Trials in Fibromyalgia
Scott Millard, Executive Director, Analgesia
10:20 – 10:50 am supported by Collegium Pharmaceuticals
Insights on Novel Technology in Pain Management with Abuse-Deterrent Extended-Release Opioids
Srinivas Nalamachu, MD, President and Medical Director, Pain Management Institute
12:50-1:20 pm supported by Arbor Pharmaceuticals
Postherpetic Neuralgia Treatment: Understanding the Neuropathic Disease
Said R. Beydoun, MD
1:30-2 pm supported by Amgen
New Insights in Migraine Pathophysiology: What Pain Specialists Need to Know
Brigitte Lovell, DMD
4-5 pm supported by Daiichi Sankyo, Inc.
Three Categories of Evidence: Introducing a Single-Agent, Abuse-Deterrent, Extended-Release Morphine
Charles E. Argoff, MD
Join us for informal, TED-style talks in which you'll have an opportunity to interact with speakers on clinical and basic science topics.
Friday, May 19
Chronic Postsurgical Pain: Moving from Assessment to Intervention
Jennifer Rabbitts, MD
Forecasting the Opioid Epidemic
Donald Burke, MD
Can Pain Research Proceed Without Animals?
Jeffrey Mogil, PhD
Connection Centrals networking areas will be set-up in the Experience Exchange to meet and interact with other attendees. These designated areas great for those one-on-one meetings or for a casual discussion.