European Commission: FP7
  • Developing new therapies
  • Enhancing individual therapies
  • Improving clinical diagnostics
  • Understanding mechanisms of pain

News & Events

  • 2014-10-23
    International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) launches Global Year against Neuropathic Pain 2014-2015.

    On October 20, 2014 the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) announced the recent ‘Global Year against Pain’, a global information campaign aiming to raise international awareness for pain. During the next 15 months the initiative will focus particularly on neuropathic pain and its global implications. Please find IASP’s official press release as well as further information...

  • 2014-09-22
    ncRNAPain @ 15th World Congress on Pain

    The ncRNAPain consortium will be represented prominently at the 2014 World Congress on Pain  of the International Association for the Study of Pain (ISAP) taking place in Buenos Aires on October 6 – 11, 2014. The biennial event is the most important congress in the field of research and and treatment of pain & attracts scientists from the field from all over the world. Members of the...

  • 2013-12-08
    ncRNAPain Kick Off Meeting

    After the recent start of the ncRNAPain project on October 1, 2013, the partners will come together in Achenkirch/Austria on December 8 and 9 to officially kick off the project’s activities. About 40 researchers from all over Europe and Israel will discuss and further plan future cooperation aiming to improve patient care in the field of chronic pain syndromes by developing novel concepts and...

  • 2013-11-21
    Michaela Kress presents ncRNAPain project at Tyrolean network lunch in Vienna

    Research and innovation are key drivers for successful development in business and academics. The ncRNAPain project and its coordinator, Michaela Kress, were therefore invited by the Tyrolean business promotion agency to present in Vienna the outlines of one of Tyrolean’s recent flagship research projects, aiming at understanding the brain to relieve chronic pain. The ncRNAPain project brings...

  • 2013-10-17
    ncRNAPain consortium publishes 1st review article in Frontiers in Molecular Neurosciences

    Only 17 days after the official project start of ncRNAPain, the consortium publishes a first review article in Frontiers in Molecular Neurosciences. On the initiative of Hermona Soreq, partner in the ncRNAPain project and professor at the Dept. of Biological Chemistry, the Silberman Institute of Life Sciences, and the Edmond & Lily Safra Center for Brain Science of The Hebrew University of...

  • 2013-10-01
    ncRNAPain Project Start: New EU research project on the trail of chronic pain

    With today’s start of ncRNAPain, a new European research project sets out to further explore the biological mechanisms underlying chronic pain. Endowed with an overall funding budget of 6 million euros by the European Commission for the next four years, the project will focus on the impact of non-coding RiboNucleic Acids (ncRNAs) in the genereation, propagation and relive of pain. In order to...