Migraine Science Collaborative
The Migraine Science Collaborative is an online community for researchers with a goal of improving the success of migraine research projects by providing education and communication tools.
Migraine research includes the study of genetics, neuroimaging, pain pathways, hormones, ion channelopathies, neuromodulators, neuroinflammation and more. Yet, there are few places that allow for collaboration among scientists in all of these areas, that’s where the Migraine Science Collaborative comes in.
This program aims to facilitate communication, collaboration and careers in migraine research. It will serve to connect members of the community, share a library of information including sources of grants, and grow to fit the needs of members.
Understanding this syndrome will help pain, post-traumatic headache and dizziness syndromes and provide relief for the millions of people who are disabled by their headaches.
Sign up to receive:
*This program is intended only for clinical and basic researchers. All other applicants will not be granted access.
- Register using the sign up form below
- Upon approval, you will receive a welcome email with a link to access your account
- Once you log in, you will be brought to your profile. Please fill out your “About” and profile photo by clicking the gear in the top right corner of your profile page.
- On your profile page, you can navigate the rest of the portal using the “Migraine Science Collaborative Portal” button at the top of your profile. This button will bring you to the main dashboard to navigate the portal including, forums, events, papers, and opportunities.
- To return to your profile at any time, hover over “Research” in the main navigation > click “Migraine Science Collaborative” > scroll to the bottom of page > log in or click profile photo if already logged in.
AMD will build on last year’s success of migraine social through a satellite symposium that will focus on the importance of basic, preclinical and translational research in migraine. Currently, migraine research is underappreciated and there are not enough basic scientists choosing to study migraine disease due to the complex nature of the disease. AMD is in the process of building a new research coalition of basic and clinical researchers as part of its mission to expand the understanding of migraine and its true scope by supporting research, education, and awareness. This symposium will further support AMD’s ongoing efforts by bringing awareness of migraine disease to SfN attendees. The meeting format will include a mix of presentations and a panel discussion with up to five speakers with topics ranging from the importance of basic research and preclinical models in migraine.