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APS Leadership and Staff
2017–2018 Board of Directors
PRESIDENT                                  TREASURER
David A. Williams, PhD                     Jennifer A. Haythornthwaite, PhD
University of Michigan                     Johns Hopkins University
Ann Arbor, MI                              Baltimore, MD

PRESIDENT-ELECT                            SECRETARY
William Maixner, PhD DDS                   Patrick M. Dougherty, PhD
Duke University Medical Center             UTMD Anderson Cancer Center
Durham, NC                                 Houston, TX

DIRECTOR-AT- LARGE
Mark S. Wallace, MD
University of California, San Diego
La Jolla, CA

DIRECTORS
Claudia M. Campbell, PhD                   Theodore J. Price, PhD
Johns Hopkins University                   University of Texas at Dallas
Baltimore, MD                              Dallas, TX
Robert C. Coghill, PhD                     Barbara Rakel, PhD RN
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital             University of Iowa
Cincinnati, OH                             Iowa City, IA
Robert R. Edwards, PhD                     Barbara St. Marie, PhD ANP GNP
Brigham and Women’s Hospital               University of Iowa
Chestnut Hill, MA                          Iowa City, IA
Edward Michna, JD MD PharmD                Gary Alan Walco, PhD ABP
Brigham and Women’s Hospital               Seattle Children’s Hospital
Boston, MA                                 Seattle, WA

LIAISON TO IASP
Michael S. Gold, PhD
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA

STAFF
Chief Executive Officer
Susan Farrell Stock, MPS
Chief Operations Officer
Carly Reisner
Education Manager
Brianna Johnson
Membership and Marketing Manager
Caryn Giznik
Membership and Marketing Coordinator
Meghan McLaughlin
Operations and Education Coordinator
Emily Panci

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Contents
General Information
  APS Leadership. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  2
  Floor Plans. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  4
  Day at a Glance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  6
  2018 Scientific Program Committee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  12
  Welcome from the APS President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  13
  Continuing Education. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  14
Recognition
  2018 Young Investigators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  15
  Featured Speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
  APS Honors Excellence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  18
Special Events and Sponsorship
  Grantors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  19
  International Association for the Study of Pain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  21
  Exhibits and Posters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  22
  Exhibits and Posters Floor Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  23
  Exhibitors by Product Type. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  24
  Exhibitor Listing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  25
  Lotus Clinical Research. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  29
Full Schedule
  Sunday, March 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  30
  Monday, March 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  31
  Tuesday, March 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  38

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FLOOR MAP

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DISNEYLAND ® HOTEL MAP

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Day at a Glance
SUNDAY, MARCH 4
8 am–Noon             A Patient-Oriented Approach to Navigating the
Magic Kingdom         Transition from Acute to Chronic Pain: A Fundamental
Ballroom 2            Course
8 am–Noon             Six Building Blocks Workshop: Implementing Team-
Castle                Based Management of Chronic Opioid Therapy

8 am–4:30 pm          APS Conference on Analgesic Trials
Magic Kingdom
Ballroom 1 and 4
1–4:15 pm             Early Career Forum
South Ballroom

4:30–6 pm             Early Career Professional/Mentor Reception
Sleeping Beauty
Pavilion
6–7:30 pm             Clinical and Basic Science Data Blitz
Magic Kingdom
Ballroom 2
7:30–9 pm             Basic Science Dinner
Magic Kingdom         Scientific Communication: Thinking Outside of the Peer
Ballroom 1 and 4      Review Box

MONDAY, MARCH 5
6–7 am                Yoga
Sleeping Beauty       APS requests that participants make a donation to the Pain Research
Pavilion              Fund.

7–7:30 am             Posters and Breakfast
Experience Exchange

7:30–8 am             Gathering and Welcome
Center Ballroom
8–8:30 am             Plenary Lecture
Center Ballroom       The Biology of Infant and Childhood Pain: It All Begins
                      Here
8:30–9 am             Plenary Lecture
Center Ballroom       Variability in the Pain Experience After Injury

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Day at a Glance
MONDAY, MARCH 5
9:15–10:45 am         Concurrent Symposia
Magic Kingdom         Putting the Spotlight on Social: An Innovative
Ballroom 1 and 4      Multidisciplinary, Multispecies Approach for Examining
                      the Influence of Social Context in Pain
Magic Kingdom         Migraine and Sleep Deficiency in Adolescents:
Ballroom 2            Understanding Shared Mechanisms from Bench to
                      Bedside
Center Ballroom       Psychological Treatments for Chronic Pain:
                      Who Benefits and Why?
South Ballroom        Exploiting Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of
                      Neuroinflammation for New Treatments of Chronic Pain
10:45–11 am           Refreshment Break
Center Lounge and
Magic Kingdom Foyer
11 am–Noon            Shared Interest Group Meetings
Center Ballroom       Measurement of Pain and Its Impact/Geriatric Pain/
                      Nursing
South Ballroom        Pain and Disparities
Magic Kingdom         Pain in Sickle Cell Disease Business Meeting
Ballroom 1 and 4
Magic Kingdom         Headache Business Meeting
Ballroom 2
Monorail              Genetics and Pain Business Meeting
11 am–Noon            Essential Legal Concepts to Avoiding Lawsuits,
Castle                Reducing Taxes and Protecting Your License
12:15–1:15 pm         Lunch; Exhibits; Education; and Author-Attended,
Experience Exchange   Odd-Numbered Posters
12:15–12:35 pm        The (Mis)Socialization of Children’s Pain Memories
Solutions Theater
12:55–1:15 pm         Hazardous Alcohol and Opioid Use in Chronic Pain: An
Solutions Theater     Assessment of Frequency and Impact
1:30–2 pm             Plenary Lecture
Center Ballroom       Spinal Mechanisms of Spinal Cord Injury–Induced
                      Neuropathic Pain: Implications for Novel Therapeutic
                      Targets
2–2:30 pm             Plenary Lecture
Center Ballroom       Assessment and Management of Neuropathic Pain:
                      Advances, Challenges, and Opportunities

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Day at a Glance
MONDAY, MARCH 5
2:30–2:45 pm          Refreshment Break
Center Lounge
2:45–4:15 pm          Concurrent Symposia
Magic Kingdom         Novel Mechanisms Underlying Risk for Acute and Chronic
Ballroom 1 and 4      Postsurgical Pain: Role of Peripheral Pain Processing,
                      Central Sensitization, and Genomics
Center Ballroom       Muscle Pain Mechanisms: It’s Time to Dive Deep
South Ballroom        Mechanism-Based Approach to Clinical Trial Design
                      in Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy
Magic Kingdom         At the Intersection of Affect Regulation, Reward/Value
Ballroom 2            Processes, and Placebo: Altered Human Psychological,
                      Neurobiological, and Opioiderigic Systems in Chronic Pain
4:30–4:50 pm          Sex Differences in Pain and Analgesia
Solutions Theater
4:30–5:30 pm          Networking and Collaboration Sessions
Center Ballroom       Developmental Mechanisms and Special Populations
Magic Kingdom         Central, Peripheral, and Psychosocial Pain Mechanisms
Ballroom 2
South Ballroom        Neuropathic Pain, Exercise, and Cannabinoids
4:30–5:30 pm          NIH Session
Monorail              Clinical Trials Panel Discussion
4:30–5:30 pm          Networking, Education, and Exhibits
Experience Exchange
5:10–5:30 pm          Sensory Neuron–Restricted CB1R Does
Solutions Theater     Not Mediate Analgesia
5:45–7:45 pm          Awards Reception
Magic Kingdom         Cosponsored by
                      the Rita Allen Foundation
Ballroom 1 and 4

TUESDAY, MARCH 6
6–7 am                Yoga
Sleeping Beauty       APS requests that participants make a donation to the Pain Research
Pavilion              Fund.

7–7:30 am             Posters and Breakfast
Experience Exchange
7:30–8:30 am          NIH Session
Castle                Tips for the Mid-Career Investigator Panel Discussion

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Day at a Glance
TUESDAY, MARCH 6
7:30–8:30 am          Shared Interest Group Meetings
Center Ballroom       Psychosocial Research
South Ballroom        Clinical Trials Business Meeting
Magic Kingdom         Pain Education Business Meeting
Ballroom 1 and 4
Magic Kingdom         Primary Care
Ballroom 2
Monorail              Basic Science Business Meeting
8:45–9:15 am          Plenary Lecture
Center Ballroom       Taking Aim Is Easier When You Know the Target:
                      Moving Toward Mechanism-Based Pain Assessment
9:15–9:45 am          Plenary Lecture
Center Ballroom       In Pursuit of More Powerful Nonpharmacologic
                      Treatments for Musculoskeletal Pain with Centralized
                      Features
9:45–10 am            Refreshment Break
Experience Exchange
10–11:30 am           Networking and Education
Experience Exchange
10–11 am              Women in Leadership
Solutions Theater
10:15–10:45 am        Meet APS's Shared Interest Group Chairs
Experience Exchange   Military/Veterans, Primary Care, Pain in Sickle Cell
                      Disease
10:30–11:30 am        Meet the Editor of The Journal of Pain
Booth 102
11–11:30 am           Meet APS's Shared Interest Group Chairs
Experience Exchange   Basic Science, Ethics, Headache, Nursing, Pain and
                      Genetics, Psychosocial Research, Sex and Gender in Pain
                      and Analgesia
11–11:30 am           Meet the Early Career Advisory Group
Early Career Lounge
11:10–11:30 am        Conducting Clinical Trials in
Solutions Theater     Osteoarthritis of the Knee
11:30 am–12:30 pm     Lunch; Exhibits; Networking; and Author-Attended,
Experience Exchange   Even-Numbered Posters

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Day at a Glance
TUESDAY, MARCH 6
12:45–1:45 pm      Shared Interest Group Meetings
Magic Kingdom      Pain in Infants, Children, and Adolescents
Ballroom 1 and 4
South Ballroom     Military/Veterans
Center Ballroom    Ethics/Pain Rehabilitation
Magic Kingdom      Sex and Gender in Pain and Analgesia Business Meeting
Ballroom 2
Monorail           Complementary and Alternative Medicine Business
                   Meeting
2–2:30 pm          Wilbert E. Fordyce Award Lecture
Center Ballroom    Simplifying Evidence-Based Pain Self-Management
                   Therapies for Chronic Pain: Rationale, Efficacy, and
                   Implementation
2:30–3 pm          Frederick W.L. Kerr Award Lecture
Center Ballroom    Distributed Processing of Pain: From the Spinal Cord
                   to the Brain
3–3:15 pm          Refreshment Break
Center Lounge
3:15–4:45 pm       Concurrent Symposia
Magic Kingdom      Neurobiological Mechanisms Supporting Integrative
Ballroom 1 and 4   and Mind-Body Therapies for Pain
South Ballroom     Descending Modulation of Pain and the Endocannabinoid
                   System: Sites, Mechanisms, and Therapeutic Potential
Magic Kingdom      Novel Directions in Basic Research: Rita Allen Scholars
Ballroom 2
Center Ballroom    Bottom-Up vs Top-Down: The Search for Effective
                   Mechanisms in Psychosocial Treatments for Chronic Pain

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S AV E T HE DAT E
MILWAUK EE , W I | A PRIL 3−6, 2019
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  AMERICAN PAIN SOCIE T Y

  SCIEN T IFIC MEE T ING
2018 scientific program committee
CHAIR
Tonya M. Palermo, PhD
Professor
Seattle Children’s Research Institute

CHAIR-ELECT
Luda Diatchenko, MD PhD
Professor
McGill University

COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Geoffrey Bove, PhD DC
Associate Professor
University of New England
Robert Coghill, PhD
Professor
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
Anna Kratz, PhD
Assistant Professor
University of Michigan
Rosemary Polomano, PhD RN FAAN
Professor
University of Pennsylvania
Linda L. Porter, PhD
Health Science Policy Advisor for Pain
National Institute of Neurological Disorders
  and Stroke/National Institutes of Health
Jennifer Rabbitts, MD
Assistant Professor
Seattle Children’s Research Institute
Kristin Schreiber, MD PhD
Anesthesiologist
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Scott Strassels, PhD PharmD
Pharmacist
Optum Hospice Pharmacy Services
Ajay Wasan, MD MSc
Professor
University of Pittsburgh

EX- OFFICIO
David A. Williams, PhD
APS President
University of Michigan

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Welcome from the APS President
Dear Colleagues,

Welcome to Anaheim! On behalf of the American Pain Society Board of Directors, the
Scientific Program Committee, and staff, thank you for joining us for the APS Scientific
Summit. As a society, we look forward to this opportunity to gather scientists, clinicians,
and policy advocates all working together to reduce pain-related suffering in the United
States and worldwide.
As the landscape of the pain field shifts, so must our approach to meeting the needs
of pain science and management community. The 2018 Scientific Program Committee,
chaired by Dr. Tonya Palermo, has created a program that allows us to dig deeper into
Understanding the Mechanisms of Pain. With six plenary sessions, 12 symposia, and
nearly 300 poster presentations, the content caters to a multidisciplinary audience
across basic, translational and clinical research. Along with this excellent educational
programming comes the Solutions Theater and Experience Exchange, formal and informal
networking opportunities, voting for the best posters, an early career forum for our future
leaders in pain research and treatment, and the presentation of our prestigious awards.
Thank you for selecting me to serve as your President for the past two years. It has been
an honor. As I pass the baton to Dr. Bill Maixner, I know the Society is in good hands.
Thank you again for attending this meeting, and please let us know if there is anything we
can do to make your experience more beneficial.

With kind regards,

                   David A. Williams, PhD
                   APS President

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Continuing Education
This meeting offers continuing education (CE) credits for physicians, psychologists,
pharmacists, nurses, and dentists. Credit will be awarded for sessions attended and
evaluated. Successful completion requires that participants register for the meeting,
attend and participate, and complete an online evaluation. Participants will receive their
CE/CME certificates immediately after they submit their evaluations online.
PHYSICIANS                                      DENTISTS
The American Pain Society (APS) is              The American Pain Society has applied to
accredited by the Accreditation Council for     Affordable CE Credits as a cosponsor for
Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to         CE for dentists at the Scientific Summit.
provide continuing medical education for        Affordable CE Credits is a recognized ADA
physicians. APS designates this live activity   CERP provider. ADA CERP is a service of
for a maximum of 15.50 AMA PRA Category         the American Dental Association to assist
1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only      dental professionals in identifying quality
the credit commensurate with the extent of      providers of continuing dental education.
their participation in the activity.            APS has requested designation for a
                                                maximum of 15.50 contact hours.
PSYCHOLOGISTS
The American Pain Society has applied        Disclosure
to Amedco as a cosponsor for CE for          APS requires that planners and presenters
psychologists at the Scientific Summit.      disclose the existence of any relevant
Amedco is approved by the American           financial or other relationship they and/
Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor   or their spouse/partner have with the
CE for psychologists. APS has requested      manufacturers of any commercial interest
designation for a maximum of 15.50 hours     (defined as any entity producing, marketing,
of CE credit for psychologists for sessions  reselling, or distributing healthcare goods
attended and evaluated.                      or services consumed by, or used on,
                                             patients) whose products or services relate
PHARMACISTS                                  to the topics presented. APS also requires
The American Pain Society has applied        disclosure of the intent to discuss unlabeled
to Amedco as a cosponsor for CE for          or investigational use(s) of a commercial
pharmacists at the Scientific Summit.        product. The Scientific Program Committee
Amedco is approved by the Accreditation      reviews potential conflicts of interest as
Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE)        submitted by planners and presenters and
to sponsor CE for pharmacists. APS has       resolves such conflicts so as to ensure the
requested designation for a maximum of       content of the activity is aligned with the
15.50 hours of CE credit for pharmacists for interests of the public. Detailed disclosure
sessions attended and evaluated.             information will be published in course
NURSES                                       materials. Learners also will be informed
The American Pain Society has applied to     when no relevant financial relationships
the American Association for Neuroscience exist.
Nurses (AANN) as a cosponsor for CE for      Disclaimer
nurses at the Scientific Summit. AANN        The material presented in this activity
is an accredited provider of continuing      represents the opinion of the speakers and
nursing education by the American            not necessarily the views of APS.
Nurses Credentialing Center's (ANCC's)
Commission on Accreditation. APS has         Statement of Non-Endorsement
requested designation for a maximum of       Accredited status does not imply
15.50 contact hours.                         endorsement by APS, ACCME, APA, ADA
                                             CERP, ACPE, or ANCC of any commercial
                                             products displayed in conjunction with this
                                             activity.

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2018 Young Investigators
APS is pleased to grant Young Investigator Travel Awards to 60 trainees to attend this
meeting. These individuals will present their research during designated poster sessions.
Funding for the 2018 Young Investigator Travel Award Program is supported by the
National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH), the National Institute
of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR), the National Institute of Neurological
Disorders aand Stroke (NINDS), National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA), and National
Cancer Institute (NCI).
Rachel Aaron, PhD                            Shaness Grenald
University of Washington                     Johns Hopkins Medicine

                                             Natalie Hellman
Alix Aboussouan                              University of Tulsa

Ali Alsouhibani, MS PT                       Matthew Herbert
Marquette University                         University of Alabama at Birmingham

Tyler Bell                                   Lorraine Hoyos
University of Alabama at Birmingham          University of Florida

Samantha Bento                               Behnaz Jarrahi
University of Maryland Baltimore County      Stanford University

Giovanni Berardi                             Devin Johnson
Marquette University                         Brigham & Women’s Hospital

Brandon Boring                               Geoffroy Laumet, PhD
Johns Hopkins Medicine                       MD Anderson Cancer Center

Hailey Bulls, PhD                            Janelle Letzen
Moffitt Cancer Center                        University of Florida

Frank Buono                                  Dustin Liebling
Yale University                              Montefiore Medical Center

Michael Burton, PhD                          Hans Linsenbardt, BS MA
The University of Texas at Dallas            Texas A&M University

Bryan Copits                                 Paige Lysne
Washington University in St. Louis           University of Florida

Ashley Cowie                                 Kathryn Madalena
Medical College of Wisconsin                 Ohio State University

Elizabeth Danielson, MA                      Misty Malamakal, PhD
Indiana University                           Texas A&M University

Catlin Dennis                                Stacy McAllister, PhD
Oregon Health & Science University           Stanford University

Joanne Dudeney                               Jordan McCall
Seattle Children’s Hospital                  Washington University in St. Louis

Jose Grajales-Reyes                          Christina McDonnell
Washington University School of              Brigham & Women’s Hospital
  Medicine in St. Louis

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2018 Young Investigators
Lisa McIlvried, PhD                             Vijay Samineni, PhD
Washington University in St. Louis              Washington University in St. Louis

Samantha Meints, MS                             Victor Schneider
Indiana University-Purdue University            Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
   Indianapolis
                                                Navdeep Singh
Aaron Mickle
Washington University in St. Louis              Kimberly Stephens
                                                Johns Hopkins University
Francie Moehring
Medical College of Wisconsin                    Andrea Stevens
                                                Duquesne University
Namrata Nanavaty
Texas A&M University                            John Sturgeon, PhD
                                                University of Washington
Sarah Nelson
Boston Children’s Hospital                      Cassandra Sturycz, MA
                                                University of Tulsa
Andrea Newman
The University of Alabama                       Chloe Taub
                                                University of Miami
Melanie Noel, PhD
University of Calgary                           Kathryn Thompson
                                                University of Alabama at Birmingham
Michael Owens
University of Alabama at Birmingham             Tyler Toledo
                                                University of Tulsa
Cristina Peterson
University of Minnesota                         Benjamin Van Dyke, MA
                                                The University of Alabama
Vy Phan
Trinity College                                 Kenneth Weber, DC PhD
                                                Stanford University
Anna Polaski
Duquesne University                             Xin Zhang
                                                Duke University
Luis Queme, MD PhD
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Fenan Rassu, MS
Texas A&M University

Katelyn Sadler
Duquesne University

      FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN APPLY FOR A
      YOUNG INVESTIGATOR TRAVEL AWARD
      AT AMERICANPAINSOCIET Y.ORG.

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Featured Speakers
MONDAY, MARCH 5
       8–8:30 am
       Plenary Lecture
       The Biology of Infant and Childhood Pain: It All Begins Here
       Maria Fitzgerald, FMedSci FRS; University College of London
       8:30–9 am
       Plenary Lecture
       Variability in the Pain Experience After Injury
       James C. Eisenach, MD; Wake Forest School of Medicine
       1:30–2 pm
       Plenary Lecture
       Spinal Mechanisms of Spinal Cord Injury–Induced Neuropathic Pain:
       Implications for Novel Therapeutic Targets
       Susan G. Dorsey, PhD RN FAAN; University of Maryland School of Nursing
       2–2:30 pm
       Plenary Lecture
       Assessment and Management of Neuropathic Pain:
       Advances, Challenges, and Opportunities
       Srinivasa N. Raja, MD; Johns Hopkins University

TUESDAY, MARCH 6
       8:45–9:15 am
       Plenary Lecture
       Taking Aim Is Easier When You Know the Target:
       Moving Toward Mechanism-Based Pain Assessment
       Roger B. Fillingim, PhD; University of Florida
       9:15–9:45 am
       Plenary Lecture
       In Pursuit of More Powerful Nonpharmacologic Treatments
       for Musculoskeletal Pain with Centralized Features
       Susmita Kashikar-Zuck, PhD; Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
       2–2:30 pm
       Wilbert E. Fordyce Award Lecture
       Simplifying Evidence-Based Pain Self-Management Therapies
       for Chronic Pain: Rationale, Efficacy, and Implementation
       Beverly E. Thorn, PhD; University of Alabama
       2:30–3 pm
       Frederick W.L. Kerr Award Lecture
       Distributed Processing of Pain: From the Spinal Cord to the Brain
       Robert C. Coghill, PhD; Cincinnati Children's Hospital

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APS Honors Excellence
APS 2018 ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS
APS recognizes excellence in the field of pain management and research by presenting
awards for career achievement, pain scholarship, education, public service, advocacy on
behalf of children, outstanding service to the society, and early career achievements.
Congratulations to the 2018 APS award recipients!

             JOHN AND EMMA BONICA PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD
             Lorimer Moseley, DSc PhD
             University of South Australia

             WILBERT E. FORDYCE CLINICAL INVESTIGATOR AWARD
             Beverly E. Thorn, PhD
             University of Alabama

             FREDERICK W. L. KERR BASIC SCIENCE RESEARCH AWARD
             Robert C. Coghill, PhD
             Cincinnati Children’s Hospital

             JEFFREY LAWSON AWARD FOR ADVOCACY IN CHILDREN’S
             PAIN RELIEF
             Ruth E. Grunau, PhD
             The University of British Columbia

             JOHN C. LIEBESKIND EARLY CAREER SCHOLAR AWARD
             Jessica S. Merlin, MD PhD
             University of Pittsburgh

             ELIZABETH NARCESSIAN AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING
             EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE FIELD OF PAIN
             Rollin M. Gallagher, MD MPH
             University of Pennsylvania

             DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD
             Christopher M. Herndon, PharmD CPE
             Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE AWARD WINNERS,
VISIT AMERICANPAINSOCIETY.ORG/AWARDS.
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Special Events and Sponsorship

   THANK YOU
   APS WOULD LIKE TO THANK
   ITS EDUCATIONAL GRANTORS
   FOR THEIR SUPPORT OF THE
   APS SCIENTIFIC SUMMIT.

           BIOGEN MA, INC.
                   LILLY USA
                      PFIZER
      REGENERON
  PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.
       SUPERNUS
  PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.

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sponsors

  THANK YOU
  APS WOULD LIKE TO THANK
  ITS EDUCATIONAL GRANTORS
  FOR THEIR SUPPORT OF
  A FUNDAMENTAL COURSE.

     DAIICHI SANKYO, INC.
                   LILLY USA
                      PFIZER

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Exhibits and Posters
SCHEDULE                           Experience Exchange
                                   The APS Scientific Summit will showcase
                                   products and services specifically designed
SUNDAY, MARCH 4                    for interdisciplinary leaders in the study and
12:30–4:30 pm                      treatment of pain. By visiting the experience
Exhibit Setup                      exchange, you will experience firsthand the
                                   technology, products, and services that can help
2:30–4:30 pm                       you manage your professional goals and strategic
Poster Setup                       objectives and keep you and your organization at
                                   the forefront of your field.
                                   Exhibitors will feature products and information in
MONDAY, MARCH 5                    the following areas:
7–7:30 am
                                    • Pharmaceutical              • Clinical Research
Posters and Breakfast               • Medical Device              • Publishing
7 am–5:30 pm                        • Medical Equipment           • Business
Experience Exchange Open              and Supplies                  Management
12:15–1:15 pm                       • Laboratory/                   Services
Lunch; Exhibits; Education; and       Diagnostic Testing          • Education
                                    • Software                    • Recruitment
Author-Attended, Odd-Numbered
                                    • Clinical Trial              • Alternative Delivery
Posters
                                      Management                    Systems
4:30–5:30 pm                        • Technology                  • Wearables
Networking, Education, and          • Lab Instruments             • Mobile Apps
Exhibits                           POSTERS
                                   The Scientific Summit will feature two author-
                                   attended poster sessions. The selected posters
TUESDAY, MARCH 6                   represent the best innovations and research in the
7–7:30 am                          study and treatment of pain.
Posters and Breakfast              Poster abstracts selected for presentation at
7 am–12:30 pm                      the annual meeting are available online in a
Experience Exchange Open           searchable database to allow registrants to
                                   plan their poster viewing in advance of the
10–11:30 am                        meeting. To search and view the abstracts, visit
Networking and Education           http://americanpainsociety.org/meetings-and-
11:30 am–12:30 pm                  events/2018-scientific-summit/poster-abstracts.
Lunch; Exhibits; Networking; and   Poster abstracts selected for presentation at the
Author-Attended, Even-Numbered     meeting will be published in a supplemental issue
Posters                            of The Journal of Pain, the official journal of APS.
1–4 pm                             All attendees will receive this supplemental issue.
Exhibit and Poster Teardown        VIRTUAL EXHIBIT HALL
                                   The final exhibitor list and floor plan are available
                                   on the meeting app. Download the app at
                                   tribuildermedia.com/apps/aps2018 or search for
                                   APS 2018 Scientific Summit in your app store.

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Exhibits and Posters
FLOOR PLAN
as of February 23, 2018

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Exhibits and Posters
Exhibitors by Product Type
as of February 23, 2018
Clinical Research
Cincinnati Children's Hospital . . . . . . . . . . . .  Booth 203
Chesapeake Research Group . . . . . . . . . . . .  Booth 217
Lotus Clinical Research . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Booth 404
Premier Research  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Booth 409

Education
American Chronic Pain Association (ACPA)  . .  Booth 213
International Association for the
Study of Pain (IASP)  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Booth 114
NCCIH/NIH  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Booth 416
U.S. Pain Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Booth 308

Laboratory/Diagnostic Testing
AXIS Toxicology & Clinical Lab Service  . . . . . Booth 200
ExpertMRI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Booth 215
LabCorp/MedTox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Booth 310

Medical Device
Arbor Medical  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Booth 402
Intent Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Booth 414
Harvard MedTech, LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Booth 507
Karuna Labs  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Booth 118
LightForce Therapy Lasers
by LiteCure Medical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Booth 408
Medoc Advanced Medical Systems . . . . . . . .  Booth 201
Thorp Institute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Booth 116

Pharmaceutical
Amgen Inc.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Booth 503
Daiichi Sankyo, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Booth 303

Publishing
Pain Medicine News . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Booth 202
The Journal of Pain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Booth 102
Wolters Kluwer  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Booth 112

Other
Adapt Pharma Inc.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Booth 515
AnaBios  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Booth 301
Celling Biosciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Booth 509
Syneos Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Booth 410

Technology
Global Gadgets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Booth 511

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Exhibitor Listing
BOOTH 515                                           BOOTH 402
Adapt Pharma Inc.                                   Arbor Medical
Bldg 4 Suite 201                                    3808 Plaza Drive
Radnor, PA 19087                                    Ann Arbor, MI 48108
adaptpharma.com                                     www.arbormedicalinnovations.com
Adapt Pharma, makers of NARCAN® Nasal Spray,        Arbor Medical Innovations (AMI) is a technology
is an innovative small business focused on          startup company out of the University of
developing cutting-edge treatments for patients     Michigan that specializes in automated
with special medical conditions.                    quantitative sensory testing systems for use in
                                                    both clinical and MRI environments. AMI also
BOOTH 213                                           offers custom medical device prototyping and
American Chronic Pain Association                   software development services for healthcare
(ACPA)                                              professionals who are interested in growing great
                                                    ideas into tangible prototypes and beyond. Come
4150 Roble Way
                                                    see us at booth 402 or visit our website at www.
Rocklin, CA 95677                                   arbormedicalinnovations.com to learn more.
theacpa.org
Since 1980 the ACPA has offered peer support
and coping skills to help people with pain begin
                                                    BOOTH 200
                                                    AXIS Toxicology & Clinical Lab Service
their journey from patient to person. The ACPA
continues to offer programs and services            1711 Center Ave. West
designed to provide support, encouragement,         Dilworth, MN 56529
information and self-management skills that aid     www.axisclinicialsusa.com/labservices
a person with pain regain control of their life.    AXIS Toxicology & Clinical Lab Services is
800.533.3231 or theacpa.org                         a full-service clinical laboratory specializing
                                                    in compliant-based medication monitoring
BOOTH 503                                           of controlled prescription drugs and illicit
Amgen Inc.                                          substances. Education is our difference. AXIS
                                                    consults with top attorneys and educators in the
One Amgen Center Drive
                                                    pain industry to offer cutting-edge education to
Thousand Oaks, CA 91320                             its clients.
www.amgen.com
Amgen is committed to unlocking the
potential of biology for patients suffering from
                                                    BOOTH 509
                                                    Celling Biosciences
serious illnesses by discovering, developing,
manufacturing and delivering innovative human       4719 S Congress Ave
therapeutics. This approach begins by using         Austin, TX 78745
tools like advanced human genetics to unravel
the complexities of disease and understand the      BOOTH 217
fundamentals of human biology.                      Chesapeake Research Group
                                                    8030-B Ritchie Hwy.
BOOTH 301                                           Pasadena, MD 21122
AnaBios                                             Established in 2004 by Dr. Ira Gottlieb and
3030 Bunker Hill St.                                Deborah Tunick, RN, Chesapeake Research
San Diego, CA 92109                                 Group has completed more than 60 clinical trials.
www.anabios.com                                     Our unparalleled expertise in clinical research
AnaBios helps ensure the safety and efficacy        has earned us a reputation for conducting clinical
of novel therapeutics through its advanced          studies in acute, chronic, and neuropathic pain
human-focused translational technologies.           that have consistently delivered quality results.
Unmatched access to viable human tissue and         By conducting Phase I–IV, in- and out-patient
research capabilities, combined with insights       studies, we have helped sponsors reach their
from its experienced team of scientists means       goals of getting many new medications on the
AnaBios offers the unprecedented opportunity to     market.
predict human clinical responses for promising
compounds.

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Exhibitor Listing
BOOTH 203                                            BOOTH 511
Cincinnati Children's Hospital                       Global Gadgets
3333 Burnet Avenue                                   3651 Lindel Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45229                                 #D744
www.cincinnatichildrens.org                          Las Vegas, NV 89103
Cincinnati Children's Hospital weaves world-class    www.globalgadgetsus.com
clinical care with ground-breaking basic science
and clinical research, seamlessly integrating the    BOOTH 507
understanding and treatment of pediatric pain.       Harvard MedTech, LLC
The 11 expert researchers within Cincinnati
                                                     6280 S. Valley View Blvd.
Children's Consortium for Understanding
Pediatric Pain conduct cutting-edge,                 Ste 412
comprehensive, multidisciplinary, pediatric pain     Las Vegas, NV 89118
research in state-of-the-art research facilities.    www.harvardmedtech.com
                                                     Harvard MedTech is a breakthrough health
BOOTH 303                                            technology and services company that provides
Daiichi Sankyo, Inc.                                 smart devices and empowering personalized
                                                     patient services within the home. Each treatment
211 Mt. Airy Rd.
                                                     innovation for chronic pain and musculoskeletal
Basking Ridge, NJ 7920                               disorders is physician-driven and patient-centric.
www.dsi.com                                          Physicians add exceptional patient care and
Daiichi Sankyo, Inc. is the U.S. subsidiary of       ancillary practice revenue without expanding
Daiichi Sankyo, Co., Ltd. The Company currently      hours or overhead.
markets therapies in hypertension, dyslipidemia,
diabetes, acute coronary syndrome, thrombotic
disorders, stroke risk reduction, opioid-induced
constipation, IV iron therapy, and metastatic
                                                     BOOTH 414
melanoma.                                            Intent Solutions
                                                     730 Peachtreee Street, NE, Ste. 550
BOOTH 215                                            Atlanta, GA 30308
ExpertMRI                                            www.intentsolutions.com
9500 E Artesia Blvd.
Bellflower, CA 90706                                 BOOTH 114
www.epertmri.com                                     International Association for the Study
                                                     of Pain (IASP)
By creating quality imaging techniques to help
diagnose patients in symptomatic positions           1510 H Street NW, Suite 600
utilizing both the multipositional/weight-bearing    Washington, DC 20005
MRI as well as High Field Strength MRI units,        iasp-pain.org
we have placed ourselves in the forefront of         IASP is the leading professional forum for
radiology and orthopedic research. Expert MRI        science, practice, and education in the field
has centers located throughout California and is     of pain. Membership is open to trainees and
the leading provider of medical-legal MRIs in the    professionals worldwide involved in research,
state.                                               diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of pain.
                                                     Join us for the 17th World Congress on Pain,
                                                     September 12–16, in Boston, MA.

                                                     BOOTH 118
                                                     Karuna Labs
                                                     525 York St.
                                                     San Francisco, CA 94110
                                                     www.chronicpain.io

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Exhibitor Listing
BOOTH 310                                               BOOTH 201
LabCorp/MedTox                                          Medoc Advanced Medical Systems
531 S. Spring Street                                    1502 W NC Highway 54, #404
Burlington, NC 27215                                    Durham, NC 27707
www.labcorp.com                                         www.medoc-web.com
LabCorp MedWatch® is one of the nation’s                Exhibiting our Q-Sense CPM System for versatile,
premier medical drug monitoring programs and            easy-to-administer evaluation of Conditioned
is offered through LabCorp and its specialty            Pain Modulation (CPM). Q-Sense CPM joins
testing laboratory, MedTox Laboratories. The            our offering of thermal, algometry, and fMRI
LabCorp MedWatch® program offers a full menu            stimulation systems for clinical research
of medical drug monitoring tests that provides          pharmacologic trial and clinic settings. Get a
unparalleled choice, flexibility, and clinical value    "sneak peek" of an upcoming new offering to our
for your specific monitoring needs.                     line of fMRI thermal stimulators.

BOOTH 408                                               BOOTH 416
LightForce Therapy Lasers by LiteCure                   NCCIH/NIH
Medical                                                 530 Gatheir Rd.
250 Corporate Blvd, Suite B                             Ste 500
Newark, DE 19702                                        Rockville, MD 20850
www.lightforcelasers.com                                www.nccih.nih.gov
LightForce Therapy Lasers by LiteCure Medical
are the most advanced Deep Tissue Therapy               BOOTH 202
Lasers available. Committed to innovation               Pain Medicine News
and science, LiteCure Medical is constantly
                                                        545 W. 45th St.
conducting scientific studies and providing
educational opportunities. Get your patients back       8th Floor
in action with the therapeutic power of LightForce      New York, NY 10036
Deep Tissue Therapy Lasers.                             www.painmedicinenews.com
                                                        Pain Medicine News (PMN), the best-read pain
BOOTH 404                                               publication in the United States according to
Lotus Clinical Research                                 Kantar Media, is mailed 10 times annually to
                                                        47,440 pain-treating physicians. This newspaper
100 W California Blvd.
                                                        offers extensive coverage of pain-related
#25                                                     presentations at major clinical meetings and
Pasadena, CA 91105                                      feature articles on topics relevant to practicing
www.lotuscr.com                                         clinicians. PMN also presents in-depth clinical
Lotus Clinical Research is a specialty analgesic        and educational reviews written by thought
CRO and research site supporting all phases of          leaders, as well as cutting-edge practice
discovery for analgesic treatments, focused on          management articles
improving the scientific accuracy of analgesic
programs. Led by Dr. Neil Singla, Lotus focuses
on optimizing design/conduct of clinical trials in
pain, providing scientific leadership throughout
the development process.

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Exhibitor Listing
BOOTH 409–411                                           BOOTH 102
Premier Research                                        The Journal of Pain
1 Park Drive                                            c/0 5 Woodland Drive NE
Suite 150                                               Iowa City, Iowa 52240
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709                        www.jpain.org
www.premier-research.com                                The Journal of Pain, official journal of the
Premier Research is a leading clinical                  American Pain Society, publishes original articles
development service provider that helps                 related to all aspects of pain, including clinical
highly innovative biotech, specialty pharma,            and basic research, patient care, education, and
and medical device companies transform                  health policy. The Journal aims to improve the
breakthrough ideas into reality. The company has        care of patients in pain by providing a forum for
a wealth of experience in the execution of global,      clinical and basic research.
regional, and local clinical development programs
with a special focus on addressing unmet needs          BOOTH 116
in areas such as analgesia, dermatology, medical        Thorp Institute
device, neuroscience, oncology, pediatrics, and         317 N. El Camino Real
rare disease. Premier Research operates in 84
                                                        Ste 407
countries and employs 1,100 professionals,
including a strong international network of clinical    Encinitas, CA 92024
monitors and project managers, regulatory, data         www.thorpinstitute.com
management, statistical, scientific, and medical
experts. They are focused on smart study design         BOOTH 308
for advanced medicines that allow life-changing         U.S. Pain Foundation
treatments.                                             670 Newfield St.
                                                        Ste B
BOOTH 410                                               Middletown, CT 6457
Syneos Health                                           www.uspainfoundation.org
3201 Beechleaf Court
Suite 600                                               BOOTH 112
Raleigh, NC 27604                                       Wolters Kluwer
www.syneoshealth.com                                    2001 Market Street
Syneos Health (Nasdaq:SYNH) is the only                 Philadelphia, PA 19103
fully integrated biopharmaceutical solutions
                                                        www.lww.com
organization. Our company, including a Contract
                                                        Wolters Kluwer Health is a leading global provider
Research Organization (CRO) and Contract
                                                        of information and point-of-care solutions for the
Commercial Organization (CCO), is purpose-built
                                                        healthcare industry. Our solutions are designed
to accelerate customer performance to address
                                                        to help professionals build clinical competency
modern market realities. Created through the
                                                        and improve practice so they can make important
merger of two industry leading companies—INC
                                                        decisions on patient care. Our leading product
Research and inVentiv Health—we bring together
                                                        brands include Audio-Digest, Lippincott, Ovid®,
more than 21,000 clinical and commercial minds
                                                        UpToDate®, and others.
with the ability to support customers in more
than 110 countries.

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BeƩer Science. Superior Results.

 Analgesic CRO
Focused on improving the scienƟc
  accuracy of analgesic programs
www.LotusCR.com         Booth #404
Full Schedule
SUNDAY, MARCH 4
8 am–Noon
A Patient-Oriented Approach to Navigating the Transition from Acute to Chronic
Pain: A Fundamental Course
4.0 hours CE credit available
Charles Argoff, MD; Burel Goodin, PhD; Theodore Price, PhD
Magic Kingdom Ballroom 2
OBJECTIVES:
1. Understand how neuronal plasticity contributes to the development of chronic pain.
2. Obtain a greater appreciation of psychosocial contributors from acute to high impact
   chronic pain.
3. Understand how basic science findings will apply to new treatments that will prevent
   the transition from acute to chronic pain.

8 am–Noon
Six Building Blocks Workshop: Implementing Team-Based Management of
Chronic Opioid Therapy
4.0 hours CE credit available
David Tauben, MD; Laura-Mae Baldwin, MD; Jessica Merlin, MD PhD; Mark Stephens
Castle
OBJECTIVES:
1. Identify the six key components of a clinic process for improving management of
   chronic opiod therapy.
2. List fundamental features of clinic policies and patient agreements that support
   improvement in managing chronic opioid therapy.
3. Name the data elements important for measuring success in improving
   management of chronic opioid therapy.
4. Identify the next steps a clinic could take to improve management of chronic opioid
   therapy.

8 am–4:30 pm
APS Conference on Analgesic Trials
Robert Dworkin, PhD; Neil Singla, MD; Robert Rappaport, MD; Nathaniel Katz, MD; John Farrar,
MD PhD; Roy Freeman, MD; Ralf Baron, MD
Magic Kingdom Ballroom 1 and 4

1–4:15 pm
Early Career Forum
South Ballroom

4:30–6 pm
Early Career Professional/Mentor Reception
Sleeping Beauty Pavilion

6–7:30 pm
Clinical and Basic Science Data Blitz
Kathryn Braden, Ashley M. Cowie, Aleisha Khan, Francie Moehring, Myriam Paquet, Rachna
Sannegowda, John Streicher, Xin Zhang
Magic Kingdom Ballroom 2

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SUNDAY, MARCH 4
7:30–9 pm
Basic Science Dinner
Scientific Communication: Thinking Outside of the Peer Review Box
Joe Palca; Theodore J. Price, PhD; Stephani Sutherland, PhD
Magic Kingdom Ballroom 1 and 4

MONDAY, MARCH 5
6–7 am
Yoga
Sleeping Beauty Pavilion
APS requests that participants make a donation to the Pain Research Fund.

7–7:30 am
Posters and Breakfast
Experience Exchange

7:30–8 am
Gathering and Welcome
Center Ballroom

8–8:30 am | Plenary Lecture
The Biology of Infant and Childhood Pain: It All Begins Here
0.5 hours CE credit available
Maria Fitzgerald, FMedSci FRS
Center Ballroom
OBJECTIVES:
1. Explain the importance of understanding the basic developmental biology of pain
   pathways when assessing infant pain.
2. Compare and contrast ‘brain-based’ and ‘behavioral-based’ approaches to clinical
   pain assessment and analgesic management in infants.
3. Show that brain activity following noxious procedures differs in individual infants
   depending on sex, gestational age, and levels of physiological stress.

8:30–9 am | Plenary Lecture
Variability in the Pain Experience After Injury
0.5 hours CE credit available
James C. Eisenach, MD
Center Ballroom
OBJECTIVES:
1. Approach the problem of chronic pain after surgery as a process rather than a
   disease.
2. Better predict the risk of slow recovery after surgery in their patients.
3. Avoid using drug treatments which show no benefit to speed recovery after surgery.

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MONDAY, MARCH 5
9:15–10:45 am | Concurrent Symposia
1.5 hours CE credit available
Putting the Spotlight on Social: An Innovative Multidisciplinary, Multispecies
Approach for Examining the Influence of Social Context in Pain T
Kristen E. Jastrowski Mano, PhD (Moderator); Loren Martin, PhD; Kai Karos, MSc
Magic Kingdom Ballroom 1 and 4
OBJECTIVES:
1. Specify the neural circuits and molecular targets for the social modulation of pain.
2. Describe the influence of social threat on the perception and expression of pain,
   aggression, and empathy.
3. Explain how attentional bias to social threat represents an important mechanism
   implicated in the co-occurrence of chronic pain and anxiety.
Migraine and Sleep Deficiency in Adolescents: Understanding Shared
Mechanisms from Bench to Bedside T
Emily F. Law, PhD (Moderator); Christopher D. King, PhD; Paul L. Durham, PhD
Magic Kingdom Ballroom 2
OBJECTIVES:
1. Describe the impact of sleep deprivation on changes in the trigeminal pathway
   associated with the development and persistence of pain in animal models of
   migraine.
2. Identify alterations in structural and functional brain imaging that are related to
   migraine frequency and sleep deficiency in adolescents with chronic migraine.
3. Understand the impact of cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia on migraine
   frequency in adolescents with co-occurring chronic migraine and insomnia.
Psychological Treatments for Chronic Pain: Who Benefits & Why?                C
Melissa Day, PhD (Moderator); Beverly E. Thorn, PhD; Mark P. Jensen, PhD
Center Ballroom
OBJECTIVES:
1. Describe two theoretical mechanism frameworks for understanding for whom
   various psychosocial treatments are expected to be of benefit and how this benefit
   is engendered.
2. Understand the theory-driven moderators and mediators of pain education,
   cognitive and cognitive-behavioral therapy, hypnosis, hypnotic cognitive therapy,
   mindfulness-meditation, and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy.
3. Develop patient-treatment matching algorithms to guide clinical decision making
   regarding which patients are most likely to benefit from the various interventions
   discussed.

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MONDAY, MARCH 5
Exploiting Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Neuroinflammation for New
Treatments of Chronic Pain B
Jelena Janjic, PhD (Moderator); Theodore J. Price, PhD;
Edgar Alfonso Romero-Sandoval, MD PhD
South Ballroom
OBJECTIVES:
1. Identify cellular and molecular targets in neuroinflammation with potential for new
   chronic pain therapy development.
2. Examine interconnected and distinct approaches to immunomodulation that can be
   utilized for targeting neuroinflammation based on specific mechanistic findings.
3. Interpret distinct findings from pharmacological, genetic, and nanotechnology-based
   approaches to discovery of new therapeutic targets in neuroinflammation.

11 am–Noon | Shared Interest Group Meetings
Measurement of Pain and Its Impact/Geriatric Pain/Nursing
1.0 hour CE credit available
Elizabeth Felix, PhD; Keela Herr, RN FAAN PhD; Sue Marden, PhD; Joseph Riley III, PhD
Measurement of Pain and Its Impact Co-chairs: Yensiel Cruz-Almeida, PhD MSPH; Elizabeth Roy
   Felix, PhD
Geriatric Pain Co-chairs: Yenisel Cruz-Almeida, MS PhD; Ellen Terry, PhD
Nursing Co-chairs: Janet Van Cleave, RN PhD; Staja Booker, RN MS
Center Ballroom
OBJECTIVES:
1. Describe mechanism-based approaches as the rationale for specific pain
   assessment and management in older individuals.
2. Discuss comprehensive and specific assessment approaches for older patients with
   complex co-morbidities, and experiencing acute and/or persistent pain in common
   clinical settings.
3. Describe the Person-Centered Assessment Resource Initiative
   (1U2CCA186878-01) funded by the National Institutes of Health to sustain
   a research infrastructure that will educate and enable researchers and other
   interested health professionals on the use and interpretation of person-centered
   health outcomes, including pain.
Pain and Disparities
1.0 hour CE credit available
Mary Driscoll, PhD; Beverly Thorn, PhD
Chair: Vani A. Mathur, PhD
Vice Chair: Raimi Quilton, PhD
Board Members: Kate A. Yeager, PhD MS RN; Eryka Boyd; Mary Janevic
South Ballroom
OBJECTIVES:
1. Review major disparities in pain experience.
2. Highlight potential mechanisms of pain disparities, with particular focus on potential
   targets for interventions to decrease disparities.
3. Discuss two current interventions designed for under-served populations: Behind
   the scenes considerations.
4. Discuss cross-cutting issues (e.g., how aspects of intersectionality might moderate
   effects of interventions, how research across multiple disciplines can inform this
   work).

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MONDAY, MARCH 5
Pain in Sickle Cell Disease Business Meeting
No CE credit available
Wally Smith, PISCEs
Chair: Carlton Dampier, MD
Magic Kingdom Ballroom 1 and 4
The Pain in Sickle Cell Disease SIG seeks to foster the development of a multidisciplinary
community that brings together pain researchers, including basic scientists, clinicians,
nurses, psychologists, and other health professionals to increase the understanding
of pain in sickle cell disease and its treatment. An update on the SIG's collaborative
activities with the ACTTION-APS AAPM Pain Taxonomy Project and the ASH SCD Coalition
will be provided at the SIG meeting, followed by a discussion of the draft Acute Pain
Taxonomy and new analyses of data from the PISCEs study.

Headache Business Meeting
No CE credit available
Chair: Gregory Dussor, PhD
Magic Kingdom Ballroom 2
This SIG will expand the focus on headache within APS and seek to increase membership
by those interested in headache. It will encompass interest in any disorder falling under
the umbrella term headache including but not limited to migraine, cluster headache,
tension-type headache, chronic daily headache, medication-overuse headache etc.

Genetics and Pain Business Meeting
No CE credit available
Chair: Shad Smith, PhD; Co-chair: Vidya Chidambaran, MD
Monorail
This year the APS Genetics and Pain SIG will present awards to recognize Young
Investigators for outstanding research on genetics and pain. These awards will highlight
posters that best represent the theme of this year's meeting of Understanding Pain
Mechanisms through genetic tools and discoveries. The Genetics and Pain SIG meeting
will feature short presentations from the winners of the poster awards. After the poster
talks, we will also take the opportunity to discuss SIG business regarding leadership
changes, educational opportunities, collaborative research efforts, and goals for the
coming year.

11 am–Noon
Essential Legal Concepts to Avoiding Lawsuits, Reducing Taxes and
  Protecting Your License
No CE credit available
Art McOmber, Legally Mine, Inc.
Castle
Through this course attendees will truly understand exactly how, why, and where legal
entities should be used for both lawsuit prevention and income tax reduction. Our
course is both engaging and easy to understand. When completed, attendees will have
an understanding of the proper use of legal tools, and will have an organized approach to
taking effective action.

12:15–1:15 pm
Lunch; Exhibits; Education; and Author-Attended, Odd-Numbered Posters
Experience Exchange
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MONDAY, MARCH 5
12:15–12:35 pm
The (Mis)Socialization of Children's Pain Memories
Melanie Noel, PhD
Solutions Theater

12:55–1:15 pm
Hazardous Alcohol and Opioid Use in Chronic Pain: An Assessment of
Frequency and Impact
Kevin Vowles, PhD
Solutions Theater

1:30–2 pm | Plenary Lecture
Spinal Mechanisms of Spinal Cord Injury–Induced Neuropathic Pain:
Implications for Novel Therapeutic Targets
0.5 hours of CE credit available
Susan G. Dorsey, PhD RN FAAN
Center Ballroom
OBJECTIVES:
1. Describe the difference between neuropathic and nociceptive pain.
2. Discuss how novel therapeutic targets can be identified and researched.
3. Identify potential barriers to translation of novel therapeutic targets.

2–2:30 pm | Plenary Lecture
Assessment and Management of Neuropathic Pain:
Advances, Challenges, and Opportunities
0.5 hours of CE credit available
Srinivasa N. Raja, MD
Center Ballroom
OBJECTIVES:
1. Recognize the prevalence of neuropathic pain and assess and differentiate
   neuropathic pain from nociceptive pain.
2. Discuss evidence-based pharmacologic and interventional treatment options for
   neuropathic pain with your patients.
3. Recognize the limitations in effectiveness of present pharmacological therapies and
   develop multimodal strategies for personalizing the treatment for a given patient.

2:45–4:15 pm | Concurrent Symposia
1.5 hours of CE credit available
Novel Mechanisms Underlying Risk for Acute and Chronic Postsurgical Pain:
Role of Peripheral Pain Processing, Central Sensitization, and Genomics C
Vidya Chidambaran, MD (Moderator); Jennifer A. Rabbitts, MD; Chad M. Brummett, MD
Magic Kingdom Ballroom 1 and 4
OBJECTIVES:
1. Characterize the relationship between pain processing phenotypes (quantitative
   sensory testing) and psychosocial factors and the development of chronic
   postsurgical pain in children undergoing major surgery.
2. Describe the impact of centralized pain on acute and chronic pain outcomes in
   adults after major surgery.
3. Discuss genomics, gene-environmental interactions, and epigenetic factors
   influencing acute and chronic postsurgical pain, and opioid responses in children
   and adolescents undergoing major surgery.
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