Recording Neuronal Activity in Animal ModelsC T2021-01-12T16:59:36-05:00
WEBINAR SERIES – Recording Neuronal Activity in Animal Models
In this webinar series we offer a comprehensive overview of technology and methods for recording and analyzing extracellular action potentials, local field potentials and EEG in a variety of research models.
In addition, experts will discuss integration of technologies for sleep scoring and seizure detection, behavioral protocols and optogenetics studies.
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Advances in research instrumentation for neuroscience have provided scientists with a multitude of technologies for monitoring neuronal activity in both anesthetized and awake freely moving animals. Learn how recent advances in hardware design, software development and integration with electrode arrays have increased the capabilities of neurophysiologists and pharmacologist interested in sleep research, seizure detection, learning and memory and the effects of pharmaceutical test compounds on the central nervous system.
Participants will discover how various hardware and software systems can be used to streamline and automate sleep scoring routines for sleep studies, facilitate seizure detection in animal models and aid in a variety of behavioral paradigms. In recent years, the ability to integrate various biosensors, an array of other physiological transducers and methods for neural stimulation and optogenetics have created tremendous opportunities for scientists to expand their scientific protocols and capture a tremendous amount of data in the field of neuroscience research.
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Experts discuss novel cuff electrodes for in vivo peripheral nerve research, including the importance of electrode design, how to select the right cuff, implantation techniques and application results from nerve stimulation and blocking.
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.
Experts present telemetry implant procedure for wireless recording of EEG in rodents and share novel case studies focused on studying neural recordings to investigate sleep, energy expenditure and Alzheimer's Disease.
Tahl Holtzman, PhD presents an in-depth tour of the latest neurotechnology for large-scale, high-resolution extracellular single unit recording combined with optogenetics in anaesthetized, head-fixed and freely behaving animals