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For the first time ever, the SIPS conference will feature a Science Slam, organized and hosted by our Early Career Researchers, including prizes for the best three presentations!
Eight selected applicants from different institutions over the world will present their work to the SIPS attendees in only 4 minutes. With this science slam, we want to showcase the often complex and specific work that we do, but make it accessible to people outside your field – and a great way to start is to practice it with people in the field! There are no bounds to how presenters use their time – they can be as creative as they like (e.g. bring props, use sounds, visuals, etc.). After each presentation, the audience will have the opportunity to ask questions for two minutes. The best presentations will be announced and receive their prizes at the SIPS closing session on Saturday May 13th.
|Will Words Work Wonders?||Livia Asan (MD, Clinician Scientist, and resident in Neurology at University Hospital Essen)|
|To reduce nocebo effects, describe symptoms as positive signals||Kari Leibowitz (Stanford University)|
|What can psychedelic drugs teach us about placebo controlled trials?||Lukas Basedow (Postdoc at Philipps-University Marburg)|
|Contextual Enhancement Package for Osteoarthritis Management||Ayah Ismail (University of Nottingham)|
|Uncorking the Placebo Effects in Wine: From Marketing to Medicine||Elif Buse Caliskan (University Hospital Essen)|
|Beliefs and doping: Are placebo effects encouraging substance use in sport?||Philip Hurst (Canterbury Christ Church University)|
|Immune Conditioning 101 – How to Alleviate Allergic Symptoms Using Placebos||Stefanie Hölsken (University Hospital Essen)|
Livia investigates the role of dopamine for placebo analgesia, the utilization of placebo and avoiding nocebo in clinical settings, and expectation effects in clinical populations as a clinician scientist.
Lukas focuses on the consequences of drug use, the modulation of treatment expectations and the effect of drug-related expectations on subjective and therapeutic effects in his postdoc.
Elif explores the complex ways in which our beliefs, expectations, and perceptions can influence our health and well-being, as well as placebo and nocebo effects, as a clinician scientist.
Philip’s research interests examine the effectiveness of performance enhancing substances and developing educational interventions that prevent doping abuse in sport as a senior lecturer.
Stefanie is interested in the role of verbal suggestions and learning experiences for placebo effects in the immune system and their influence on the treatment outcomes of patients suffering from chronic skin diseases in her PhD.