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Register Now - Lessons In Chronic Pain: Building Awareness To Build A Movement

1 - 1:30 pm ET

Thursday, June 30

 

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Join Dr. Gregory Carbonetti in a conversation about his work as the Rita Allen Civic Science Fellow in Chronic Pain. Greg will discuss a national survey he undertook to better understand public perceptions in chronic pain and how his findings can be useful to others seeking to build support for their work.

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Greg Carbonetti achieved his PhD in molecular and cellular biology, with a concentration in immunology and pathology, from Stony Brook University. Working in the laboratories of Martin Kaczocha and Dale Deutsch, Greg conducted research on fatty acid binding proteins and the role of the endocannabinoid system in both pain relief and prostate cancer metastasis. More recently, Greg worked at the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science as the Alda Civic Science Fellow in Chronic Pain within the Rita Allen Foundation’s Civic Science Fellows Program. The goal of Greg’s fellowship was to increase chronic pain awareness, engagement, and advocacy among the American public.

 

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