Advancements in Wireless Technology for Single Unit Electrophysiology Recording

Advancements in Wireless Technology for Single Unit Electrophysiology Recording

ON DEMAND

Experts discuss new configurable wireless technologies for single unit electrophysiology recording in small and large animals, with a focus on applications, methodology, data outcomes, and the impact these devices will have in research involving untethered, naturally behaving subjects.

Understanding the Issues Affecting the Accuracy of Measuring Oxygen Consumption Utilizing Metabolic Carts

Understanding the Issues Affecting the Accuracy of Measuring Oxygen Consumption Utilizing Metabolic Carts

ON DEMAND

A presentation on key issues effecting the accuracy and reproducibility of measuring Oxygen Consumption, VO2, via indirect calorimetry utilizing Metabolic Carts, and best-practices for scientists to drive more consistent and precise measurements.

Wireless Recording Technologies for in vivo Electrophysiology in Conscious, Freely Behaving Non-Human Primates

Wireless Recording Technologies for in vivo Electrophysiology in Conscious, Freely Behaving Non-Human Primates

ON DEMAND

Scientists discuss technological advancements and present novel application of new head-mounted, wireless sensors for neural recording and stimulation in conscious non-human primates.

Pillar One: Kinesiological Electromyography – a practical guide to intelligent systems and assessment

Pillar One: Kinesiological Electromyography – a practical guide to intelligent systems and assessment

ON DEMAND

Building on its popular Biomechanics 101 Introduction, Noraxon turns it attention to the fundamental pillar of biomechanics: electromyography, or EMG. This informative session covers signal origin, acquisition, processing and analysis for a comprehensive and practical understanding of EMG research and assessment.

Utilizing Heart Rate Variability (HRV) for Preclinical Evaluation of Cardiovascular Function & Related Disease

Utilizing Heart Rate Variability (HRV) for Preclinical Evaluation of Cardiovascular Function & Related Disease

ON DEMAND

Scientists discuss the value and utility of heart rate variability (HRV) as a preclinical tool for studying both cardiovascular, and non-cardiovascular related diseases in small and large animal models.