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The First World War: Commemoration and Memory. Call for Papers

The First World War: Commemoration & Memory
One Day Symposium

27 February 2016
Imperial War Museum, North

Keynote Speakers:
Professor Jay Winter (Yale University)
Professor Maggie Andrews (University of Worcester) 345 more words
Academics

'Glory' Wins Best Original Song at Oscars, Brings Cast to Tears

John Legend added to his trophy collection after winning an Oscar for Best Original Song. Check out this piece by Rolling Stone and read about his powerful acceptance speech. 7 more words

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Tell your story, save a life

Last year we attended TEDx Melbourne and Sandy Mc Donald was in the line up of inspirational speakers. We had never heard of Sandy and didn’t know what to expect from her TEDx talk, boy were we in for a treat. 797 more words

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Meet our International Keynote Speakers - Professor Herta Flor

After receiving her doctorate in psychology at the University of Tübingen, Germany, Professor Herta Flor has worked as a post-doctoral fellow at Yale University and as visiting professor at the University of Pittsburgh. 218 more words

Australian Pain Society

#PPSDALLAS Featured Keynote Speaker's Spotlight - Dr. Tom Nagle

We’re gearing up for our Annual Spring Pricing Workshops and Conferences in Dallas, Texas this May! We host the world’s leading pricing professionals and experts… 214 more words

Pricing

Meet our International Keynote Speakers - Dr Mary Lynch

Dr Mary Lynch is Professor of Anesthesia, Psychiatry and Pharmacology at Dalhousie University, Canada. Dr Lynch has 25 years of experience as a clinician assisting patients with chronic pain. 234 more words

Australian Pain Society

Meet our International Keynote Speakers - Dr Frank Porreca

Dr Frank Porreca is Professor of Pharmacology and Anesthesiology at the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Tucson, AZ.  Dr Porreca is widely published in research addressing mechanisms of chronic pain and its treatment, and the adaptive nature of brain pain modulatory circuits following injury. 169 more words

Australian Pain Society