Industry Insights with Trent Lund on the ANY-maze Operant InterfaceDarius Soo Lum
Trent Lund shares the latest and greatest developments in the ANY-maze Operant Interface, and gives us insight on how Stoelting has created the most inclusive line of neuroscience equipment in the industry.
#ExpertAnswers: Michael Long and Kari Hoffman on ElectrophysiologyDarius Soo Lum
Michael Long and Kari Hoffman investigate the neural mechanisms of learning, memory, and behavior using high-density silicon probes from Diagnostic Biochips in small and large animals.
The ANY-maze Operant Interface: Running Operant Experiments Using ANY-maze
Trent Lund, PhD, and Flavia Teixeira Silva, PhD, provide an introduction to the ANY-maze Operant Interface as well as a demonstration of the capabilities of the system to perform behavioral experiments.
Using High-Density Electrophysiological Recordings to Investigate Neural Mechanisms in Small and Large Animals
Join Drs. Michael Long and Kari Hoffman as they present their work investigating the neural mechanisms of learning, memory, and behavior using high-density silicon probes in small and large animals.
#ExpertAnswers: Jason Rogers and De Wet Wolmarans on Rodent Behavior ModelsDarius Soo Lum
Jason Rogers and De Wet Wolmarans discuss two research protocols for tracking, quantifying, and analyzing behaviors in rodent models.
Innovative Approaches to Tracking and Quantifying Behavior in Rodents
Join Drs. Jason Rogers and De Wet Wolmarans for a deep dive into two research protocols for tracking, quantifying, and analyzing behaviors in rodent models.
Research Technology & Innovation SummitsAndrea Larney
The 2022 InsideScientific Research Technology & Innovation Summits focus on specific research and therapeutic areas, reviewing how novel technologies and innovative services are advancing discovery in each particular field.
#ExpertAnswers: Marc Reitman and Oksana Gavrilova on Thermal PhysiologyDarius Soo Lum
Marc Reitman and Oksana Gavrilova discuss the effects of cold, hot, and near-thermoneutral environments on mouse energy expenditure, body temperature, and behavior.
#ExpertAnswers: Agenor Limon on the Electrophysiology of Human Native ReceptorsDarius Soo Lum
Agenor Limon discusses reactivation and microtransplantation of synaptic receptors from frozen human brain samples into xenopus oocytes to evaluate the relationship between synaptic activity and behavioral abnormalities.
Thermal Physiology: The Effects of Environmental Temperatures on Energy Expenditure in Mice
Marc Reitman, MD, PhD and Oksana Gavrilova, PhD discuss thermal physiology, energy expenditure, and thermoneutrality in a mouse model.
Approaches to Studying Neuronal Signaling in the Brain of Awake Behaving Mice
In this Mandarin-language webinar, Dr. Freddy Yan discusses head-fixed and head-mounted approaches to recording neuronal activity in awake, behaving mice.
Electrophysiology of Human Native Receptors in Neurological and Mental Disorders
Dr. Agenor Limon presents research integrating functional metrics with large anatomical, transcriptomic, and proteomic datasets to evaluate the relationship between synaptic E/I ratio and behavioral abnormalities across postmortem intervals and brain banks.
AcuiSee – Rodent Visual Acuity Using Behavioral Conditioning
Dr. Jeff Jamison presented on the connection between operant conditioning and studying vision in small animals, and how visual acuity tasks can form the basis for various research models, including toxicology and pharmacological testing.
#ExpertAnswers: Yasaman Soudagar and Roshni Christo on Neuronal Calcium ImagingDarius Soo Lum
Dr. Yasaman Soudagar and Dr. Christo from Neurescence answer questions from a recent webinar where they discuss how to use calcium imaging
#ExpertAnswers: Stefano Gaburro and Brun Ulfhake on Aging ScienceDarius Soo Lum
Join Stefano Gaburro and Brun Ulfhake as they present methods of caged rodent monitoring and better animal welfare that will lead to improved studies of neurodegenerative disease models.
Simultaneous Multi-Region Neuronal Calcium Imaging in Freely Behaving Subjects
Dr. Yasaman Soudagar and Dr. Roshni Christo demonstrate how to use calcium imaging in up to 4 implanted areas of the brain of freely behaving mice to map out neuronal circuits and identify changes that take place under different disease conditions and behavior mechanisms.
#ExpertAnswers: Rohan Jagirdar on Sleep and Alzheimer’s DiseaseSydney Otomancek
In this episode of #ExpertAnswers join Rohan Jagirdar, PhD, from Baylor College of Medicine, as he answers questions from a [...]
#ExpertAnswers: Fiona Harrison on Early Alzheimer’s DiseaseDarius Soo Lum
Dr. Fiona Harrison, discusses how vitamin C deficiency and exposure to toxins can impact glutamate uptake and clearance, and how even small changes in neural signaling can be detected by monitoring EEG activity and correlated with performance in learning and memory tasks.
Echolocation with Light: A New Form of Active Sensing in Fish?
Prof. Nico K. Michiels discusses how weak light reflections, during active photolocation, in the pupils of predator and prey species can be strong enough to be perceptible by the initial light sender.
Improving Sleep to Slow the Progression of Alzheimer’s Disease
Join Rohan Jagirdar, PhD as he discusses his research on EEG activity in a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease to determine the effects of improved sleep on disease progression.
EEG Monitoring Approaches to Predict Learning and Memory Changes in Early Alzheimer’s Disease
Dr. Fiona Harrison discusses how dietary deficiency and exposure to toxins can impact glutamate uptake and clearance, and the subsequent changes in neural signaling can be detected through altered EEG activity and performance on learning and memory tasks.
#ExpertAnswers: Barry Setlow on Substance Use and Decision Makinghayleighisc
In this episode of Expert Answers, Dr. Barry Setlow discusses the behavioral and neural mechanisms of cost-benefit decision making in rodent models.
#ExpertAnswers: Andrea Benucci on Decision Making Behavior in Micehayleighisc
In this episode of Expert Answers, Dr. Andrea Benucci discusses a setup developed in his laboratory for high-throughput behavioral training of mice based on voluntary head fixation.
#ExpertAnswers: Gilles Martin on Cellular Mechanisms Behind Alcohol Abuse and Binge Drinking BehaviorShiv Nair
This episode of Expert Answers features Dr. Gilles E Martin an Associate Professor of Neurobiology at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He is here to speak about the cellular basis and reward pathways behind binge drinking behavior and alcohol abuse in rodent models.
#ExpertAnswers: John Hasenau & Jeffrey Zynda on Animal Model Translation, Welfare and Housinghayleighisc
John Hasenau, DVM and Jeffrey Zynda consider practical options for housing and infrastructural designs to sustainably improve animal welfare, data reporting and reproducibility.