The 2019-2020 edition of the Brain, Mind, and Pain Grant features the fight against stigma related to pain as main theme.
The inaugural Brain, Mind and Pain Grant announced its winners yesterday afternoon, naming three innovative, patient-centred projects: Master Your Pain by Groningen University – an e-health platform to help patients with rheumatic pain self-manage their symptoms ASPERGA Association for their
Announcing BMP winner: MyBrainNet by Dystonia Europe, a central platform for neurological brain diseases, providing information to patient groups and patients to help improve their quality of life. MyBrainNet empowers people with neurological brain disorders by connecting them with other patients,
Annoucing BMP winner: ASPERGA, who are developing an auditory aid that helps people with autism block out stimuli that they are hypersensitive to, reducing their sensory pain. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental condition that is characterized by social
Announcing BMP Grant winner: Master Your Pain, an innovative, personalised e-health platform to help patients with rheumatic pain understand their symptoms and access care. In 2013, University Medical Centre Groningen developed Master Your Symptoms, an e-health platform for people experiencing
The first of its kind, the inaugural Brain, Mind and Pain Patient-Centred Innovation Grant will announce its winners next Wednesday 20 June at 13h00 at the Leopold Hotel in Brussels. “The Brain, Mind and Pain Patient-Centred Innovation Grant is a
Researchers and patients brought together by a new Grant offer Pain Alliance Europe (PAE) and Grünenthal are together introducing an initiative which will encourage patient-centric, patient driven, scientifically robust innovation and research projects, while creating better access to innovative treatments,