Pain and Addiction Special Interest Group (PASIG)

The Pain and Addiction Special Interest Group (PASIG) is an initiative sponsored and supported by CAPPI and the Clinical & Population Health Sciences Program (CPHS). CPHS is a joint program between the UAB Divisions of Preventive Medicine (DOPM) and General Internal Medicine (GIM) that has as its primary goal to grow a cadre of physician-researchers at UAB through a combination of external recruitment and an internal General Internal Medicine Research Fellowship training.

PASIG is comprised of clinicians and researchers across a variety of disciplines who come together on a monthly basis to identify areas of common interest in order to increase awareness of ongoing initiatives and foster collaborations related to clinical, research, and community needs. This group is led by Stefan Kertesz, MD, MSc, Professor in the Divisions of Preventive Medicine and General Internal Medicine. 

Wednesday, February 3 at 1:00pm to 2:00pm

More dates through August 4, 2021

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Current Students, Faculty & Staff

Center for Addiction and Pain Prevention and Intervention, Division of Preventive Medicine
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