In this episode of Expert Answers, Dr. Dee Silverthorn answers questions on how the sudden appearance of the global pandemic of COVID-19 provides a unique opportunity to show students science in action.
In this episode of Expert Answers, Dr. Jack Guralnik and Dr. Charlotte Peterson answer questions about sarcopenia, the physiological mechanisms underlying the disease, and the current avenues of treatment and assessment.
Experts discuss dyadic experiments, highlighting why equipment should be unobtrusive, the importance of tightly synchronized data, and how to select the right equipment based on your experimental objective.
Dr. Matt Kaeberlein, a Professor at the University of Washington School of Medicine, answers questions from a recent webinar that focused on translational geroscience, the drug rapamycin to target biological aging, and the Dog Aging Project.
Lee Stoner, PhD and Gabriel Zieff answer questions about utilizing Pulse Wave Velocity (PWV) in a variety of different research applications, and discuss the methods they use to record high-quality, repeatable data.
In this webinar, Dr. Joy Wu will review the pathophysiology of bone loss with aging, in particular the imbalance between bone formation by osteoblasts and bone resorption by osteoclasts. She will discuss stem cell sources of osteoblasts, anabolic signaling pathways, and targeting inflammation and senescence.
Dr. Charlotte Peterson and Dr. Jack Guralnik will discuss the challenges of sarcopenia. They will define the disease and provide an in depth overview of the underlying mechanisms of pathology. They will then share some potential therapeutic interventions and disease outcomes for patients.
During this webinar, Dr. Matt Kaeberlein provides an overview of translational geroscience, which he believes will become the paradigm for the practice of medicine in the 21st century. He also discusses his recent work with one such intervention, the drug rapamycin, and its potential to enhance healthspan in companion dogs and people.
Arguably, the “gold-standard” method for noninvasive assessment of cardiovascular disease risk is pulse wave velocity (PWV). Join experts for a complete, in-depth overview of their research involving PWV in a variety of different applications and a deep dive into the methods they use to record high-quality, repeatable data.
In this episode of Expert Answers join Dr. Tony Macknight, the Director of Education at ADInstruments, as he answers questions from a recent webinar on how to future-proof teaching methods specifically for Anatomy and Physiology educators.
In this webinar, Dr. Jody Greaney provides an overview of microneurography to measure skin sympathetic nervous system activity, with a focus on data analysis, interpretation and its application coupled with laser Doppler flowmetry.
Join Dr. John Waters as he discusses how to help students organize their understanding of biology around larger themes that are common across the life sciences. This is the fourth webinar in this 4-part series on how science education has evolved in the face of new challenges.
Join Dr. Dee Silverthorn for a discussion on how the sudden appearance of the global pandemic of COVID-19 provides a unique opportunity to show students science in action as researchers and healthcare professionals around the world scramble to understand the virus and its effects on the human body. This is the third webinar in this 4-part series on how science education has evolved in the face of new challenges.
Mark Nielsen discusses the evolutionary and developmental patterns that clarify the structural organization of the peripheral nervous system. This is the second webinar in a 4-part series on how science education has evolved in the face of new challenges.
Join Dr. Tony Macknight as he discusses how to adapt your teaching techniques to ensure you can teach from anywhere. This is the first webinar in this 4-part series on how science education has evolved in the face of new challenges.
In this final installment of our Obesity 2020 webinar series, Dr. Lee Kaplan discusses late-breaking research and reviews various mechanisms of action of bariatric and metabolic surgery and how they affect the regulation of energy balance and metabolic function.
Dr. Jacqueline Limberg discusses the basics of human autonomic research and shares tips & tricks for data collection and analysis during human autonomic testing to improve the accuracy and reliability of your findings.