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  • MRF announces 2015 award recipients 18/12/2015

    The Migraine Research Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the research grants awarded for 2015. The grants will help research into new migraine biomarkers, identifying new treatments from traditional Chinese medicine, studying New Daily Persistent Headache, and more. For information on the awardees see HERE.

  • New Editor-in-Chief for Cephalalgia 18/09/2015

    IHS is very pleased to announce that Arne May will succeed David Dodick as Editor-in-Chief of Cephalalgia from January 2016.

    Arne has served on the IHS Board of Trustees since June 2013, and as an Associate Editor of Cephalalgia since March 2009. He is currently head of one of the largest headache outpatient clinics in Germany, based at the University Clinic in Hamburg (UKE). His scientific interest in headache is long-standing, and he has published papers and book chapters on genetics, epidemiology, physiology and pathophysiology of the trigeminovascular system, headache classification and phenotype, as well as functional imaging.

    Arne said "This is a huge opportunity and I am very honoured to be appointed. All my vigour will be to keep Cephalalgia where it has so successfully been led by David Dodick and former Editors: the best journal to publish the best headache science available".

  • IHS Visiting Professors in Bulgaria and Estonia 12/08/2015

    Alan Rapoport and Nina Latysheva attended the 14th Bulgarian National Congress in Varna, Bulgaria, in May as IHS Visiting Professors. Read the meeting report here.

    Messoud Ashina and Alan Rapoport presented at the 2015 Estonian Headache Society annual meeting - Mark Braschinsky reports.

    Slide presentations from the Estonian meeting, and also the Moroccan and Azerbaijan Visiting Professor meetings, are available in the Learning Centre/Visiting Professors.

  • 5th ARCH meeting report 28/07/2015

    The 5th Asian Regional Conference on Headache meeting, 'Challenges in headache disorders'  was held in Thailand in January. Congress organisers Siwaporn Changkrachang and Surat Tanprawate report.

  • Report on 1st Pan-African meeting 28/07/2015

    The first Turkish Pan-African meeting on 'Headache and pain management' took place in May 2015 in Istanbul and attracted 80 senior and junior neurologists from 10 different African countries.

    The meeting was organised by Professor Hayrunnisa Bolay from Ankara, and run under the auspices of IHS.

  • Visiting Professor Reports - Azerbaijan, Morocco 28/07/2015

    The IHS Visiting Professor initiative sends headache specialists as representatives of IHS to attend regional meetings, or teach at a headache centre, in countries that might need or want increased headache education and motivation but where without financial support attendance of an international specialist would not be possible.

    We report on two recent Visiting Professor projects in Azerbaijan and Morocco.

  • ICHD-3-beta Portuguese translation 28/07/2014

    A Portuguese translation of the ICHD-3-beta is now available.

    This work has been completed by a team of Portuguese headache specialists, including José Pereira Monteiro (Coordinator), José Rocha Barros, Paula Esperança, Gabriela Fernandes, Helena Gens, Raquel Gil Gouveia, Isabel Luzeiro, Jorge Machado, Isabel Pavão Martins, Fernando Matias, Maria Manuela Palmeira, Elsa Parreira, Carlos Fontes Ribeiro, Alfredo Sá and Lívia Sousa.

    The translation will be published in the official Journal of the Portuguese Neurological Society (Sinapse) to enable dissemination of this highly relevant information for daily clinical practice among our Portuguese-speaking colleagues, over the world.

    The translation was sponsored by the Portuguese Headache Society and the Portuguese Neurological Society.

  • 'Headache and Pain' - book published 10/03/2014

    Headache and other types of pain have some common characteristics concerning pain generation and chronicity. But some distinct pathophysiological processes are unique to the headache. This book explores pain mechanisms, diagnosis, and management of headache and other chronic pain through sessions of a joint symposium of IASP and the International Headache Society. This book, edited by Ralf Baron (IASP) and Arne May (IHS), represents the current state of scientific discussions of the respective fields in both pain areas.

    See the IASP website for more information


  • ICHD-3-beta Spanish translation 17/02/2014
  • ICHD-3-beta slide kit now available 17/02/2014
  • Additional ICHD-3-beta slides now available 09/09/2013
  • ICHD-3-beta slides now available 06/09/2013
  • Cephalalgia App released 20/06/2013


    The Cephalalgia App is now available for download through the iTunes store.




    Simply click here to see the Cephalalgia app in iTunes.




    The App will be freely available until the end of August, when it will become an IHS membership benefit.



  • ICHD-3 beta now published 17/06/2013

    The ICHD-3 beta version is now published in the July issue of Cephalalgia and is freely available for download. Please see the attached Editorial, and start to use this version.

  • Dr Marcia Wilkinson, one of the first Editors of Cephalalgia, has died aged 93 05/02/2013

    Marcia was a Life Member of IHS, and in 2011 wrote an Editorial to recognise the 30th anniversary of the Society and Cephalalgia. IHS offer condolences to her family.

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