Talking Real Science with Yelena Akelina
This episode of #ShareScience features Yelena Akelina, DVM, MS, a Research Scientist and the Co-Director/Instructor in Clinical Microsurgery at the Microsurgery Research and Training Lab at Columbia University. She has been educating microvascular surgeons and medical personnel from all over the US and abroad since 1996 and is passionate about teaching surgeons to perform surgery on very small (1mm diameter) vessels and nerves under the microscope to enable them to perform similar surgical procedures in the clinic, and ultimately save lives.
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#ExpertAnswers: Phil Griffiths on Telemetry Studies
Phil Griffiths draws from his experience as a telemetry user to discuss some important considerations for designing telemetry studies.
#ExpertAnswers: Dennis Turner on the Metabolics of Dementia
Dennis Turner delves into dementia syndrome, the metabolic changes that occur, and the importance of proper physiological monitoring of animal models.
Industry Insights with Chris Rand from Aurora Scientific
Chris Rand delves into the start and evolution of Aurora Scientific, and their journey within the preclinical research world.
Simple Tips to Significantly Improve Rodent Surgical Outcomes
Join Dr. Marcel Perret-Gentil who will present six simple-to-implement techniques to significantly improve surgical outcomes.
Experimental Design Considerations to Optimize Chronic Cardiovascular Telemetry Studies
Phil Griffiths, PhD, presents a summary of chronic cardiovascular telemetry studies and considerations for experimental design.
Strategic Approaches to Age-Related Metabolic Insufficiency and Transition into Dementia Syndrome
In this webinar, Dr. Dennis Turner delves into dementia syndrome, the metabolic changes that occur, and the importance of proper physiological monitoring of animal models.