#ExpertAnswers: Corey Reynolds, Merry Lindsey and Graham Sattler on Surgical Monitoring
Airdate: Wednesday, January 29, 2014 Season: 1 Episode: 1
Guests: Corey Reynolds, Merry Lindsey, Graham Sattler
This episode of #ExpertAnswers features Corey Reynolds, Assistant Professor of Advanced Technology Cores at Baylor College of Medicine, Merry Lindsey, Chair of the Cellular Integrative Physiology at the University of Nebraska and Founding Director of the Center for Heart and Vascular Health, and Graham Sattler, Product Development Manager at Indus Instruments. They are here with us to speak about why comprehensive surgical monitoring has become so crucial in today’s scientific research space.
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