Phil Griffiths, PhD, presents a summary of chronic cardiovascular telemetry studies and considerations for experimental design.

Ensuring you collect the best and most physiologically accurate data from your chronic telemetry experiments requires careful planning and experimental design. This webinar gives an insight into the practical aspects of designing chronic animal experiments to set you on the best path for success. The benefits of chronic studies, how to select the most appropriate sample size for your study, some basic tips and tricks for data acquisition and handling, and how to ensure high animal welfare are discussed.

Key Topics Include:

  • What are the benefits of chronic over acute studies?
  • How to decide the best sample sizes and the length of experiments?
  • Basic tips for data acquisition and handling
  • How to maintain high animal welfare standards
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Research Sales Manager - Europe

Phil Griffiths has a PhD in neuroscience and postdoctoral experience from the University of Bristol, UK where he gained expertise in in vivo blood pressure recording using telemetry. He joined Kaha Sciences in 2019 and then made the move to ADInstruments in February 2021, now as a Research Sales Manager for Europe.

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Established in 1988, ADInstruments develops high performance digital data acquisition and analysis solutions for biomedical research and life science education.

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