During the congress, hundreds of participants interacted with many dozens of researchers. It is very important to help junior researchers to do research.

To achieve this, senior researchers train PhD students, supervising them, teaching them research techniques. How to manage mice in the lab? How to use a PET scanner machine and interpret the results? How to gather data and analyze it? How to properly handle biomarkers, antibodies, tracers, to see what’s going on in the brain? All this takes time and also money. The funding of fellowships and research grants is the key to more knowledge on migraine and headache in the future. This is a slow process… you may not see results right now. And this may not help you to treat today’s attack. But it may lead to a discovery that may help you, others, or your children. Donate for research to your national headache Foundation.