In this episode of #ExpertAnswers join Kaitlynn Arnholt, MA, MSc and Elaine Nam, PhD as they answer questions from a recent webinar where they discuss how the collaboration between ADInstruments and Vernier Science Education enhances lab-based learning and how tools in the Lt platform promote community and scientific identity, reduce bias, and meet students’ individual needs.
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#ExpertAnswers: Christopher Perry and Homira Osman on Integrating Patients, Clinical, and Advocacy Partners with Preclinical Research Labs
Dr. Christopher Perry, York University and Dr. Homira Osman, Muscular Dystrophy Canada answer questions from a recent webinar on how the integration of clinical, industrial, and not-for-profit advocacy partners with preclinical research labs offers great potential to improve our research impact.
Michelle Wong is one of 10 winners of the inaugural Scientist.com STEM Research NIL Award. In this episode, she discusses his current research interests, projects, and where the road lies ahead for her future career aspirations in STEM.
Oliver Wearing shares what led him to study the relationship between cardiovascular physiology and the autonomic nervous system, how achieving his various positions and awards have allowed him to pursue his research goals, and where he hopes to take his work next.
In this webinar, Melanie Graham, MPH, PhD highlights the benefits and reliability of using vascular access ports (VAPs) in animal models.
Successful Modification of a Rodent Surgical Procedure and Device for Vascular Access in Minipigs (Vascular Access Button)
Adrian Zeltner discusses the innovative use of the Rat Vascular Access Button in Göttingen Minipigs to streamline blood sampling and infusion.
Jon Ehrmann presents the use of vascular access buttons in rabbits as a solution to challenges in venipuncture, enhancing blood collection, and intravenous administration for pharmacokinetic studies.