#ExpertAnswers: Franck Lebrin and Denis Vivien on Ultrasound Imaging in Stroke and Neurovascular DiseasesDarius Soo Lum
Franck Lebrin and Denis Vivien discuss their work on microvascular and functional ultrasound imaging in stroke and neurovascular diseases.
Microvascular & Functional Ultrasound Imaging: Insights into Stroke and Neurovascular Diseases
Dr. Franck Lebrin and Dr. Denis Vivien discuss functional ultrasound imaging and its application to the study and treatment of stroke and other neurological diseases.
#ExpertAnswers: Mariana Kaplan on Inflammation and ImmunophysiologyDarius Soo Lum
Mariana Kaplan highlights the role of systemic autoimmunity in the development of vasculopathy and atherosclerosis and discussing potential strategies to prevent these complications.
#ExpertAnswers: Paul Marvar on Fear and Cardiovascular Diseasehayleighisc
Dr. Paul Marvar discusses research pairing behavioral and cardiovascular responses to cued fear learning and demonstrate how fear-based disorders can contribute to cardiovascular disease risk.
Quantifying Cardiovascular and Behavioral Correlates of Fear in Mice: Implications for PTSD and Cardiovascular Disease Risk
Dr. Paul Marvar and Benjamin Turley present research pairing behavioral and cardiovascular responses to cued fear learning and demonstrate how fear-based disorders (such as PTSD) can contribute to cardiovascular disease risk.
Premature Vascular Disease in Autoimmunity
Dr. Mariana Kaplan highlights the role of systemic autoimmunity in the development of vasculopathy and atherosclerosis and discusses potential strategies to prevent these complications.
Triage of Stroke Patients in the Ambulance with EEG
Join Dr. Wouter Potters for a presentation on novel ambulatory EEG technology and procedure that is designed to enable paramedics to better triage stroke patients and reduce time to therapy
Locomotor Activity: refinement, reduction and replicability ‘round the clock in animal studiesC T
A growing body of evidence suggests that Home Cage Monitoring studies are becoming key tools for in vivo animal research for three main reasons: reduction in animal distress thereby increasing welfare, minimization of biases (wanted and unwanted), and increased reproducibility of data.
The Cutting Edge of Animal Behavioral Neuroscience
Since Dr. Ivan Pavlov studied dogs in the 19th century, behavioral science has come a very long way. Novel [...]
WEBINAR REVIEW: Dan Burkhoff, MD PhD, Presents The Fundamentals of Cardiovascular Physiology and Hemodynamics [PART 1 & 2]
On February 27, 2014, InsideScientific hosted a webinar about the fundamentals of cardiovascular physiology and hemodynamics, including discussion on the principles of preload, afterload, contractility and lusitropy.