Freedom: The Promise of Telemetry Revisited – Move Anywhere At Anytime And Still Collect Quality Data

Freedom: The Promise of Telemetry Revisited – Move Anywhere At Anytime And Still Collect Quality Data

The innovative Stellar Telemetry System allows individual recording of key physiological parameters in freely roaming and socially active animals. In this webinar, scientists discuss the added capabilities of such a system in particular flexibility and freedom for both researcher and subject.

In this webinar sponsored by, TSE Systems, experts show new capabilities in wireless physiologic monitoring enabled by the Stellar Telemetry system.

In one ‘subtropical’ setting Jeff Osborn shows how this system can be used in a colony of primates that are free to roam, without traditional geographical or data management limitations. In the traditional lab setting we hear from Lou D’Alecy, who reviews surgical techniques for device implantation and discusses how this system can enhance measurement capabilities in a traditional rodent model.  In addition, Harm Knot provides an overview of system technology and operation.

Key topics in this webinar include…

  • implants with a ‘brain’, the added flexibility
  • freedom of antenna range, freely roam and still record data
  • bringing the experiment to the home cage environment
  • complex cage systems and high throughput screening

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Presenters:

Harm Knot, PharmD, PhD

Chief Technology Officer,
TSE Systems

Louis D’Alecy, DMD, PhD

Professor,
Molecular & Integrative Physiology,
University of Michigan

Jeffrey Osborn, PhD

Professor & Associate Chair,
Department of Biology,
University of Kentucky