Dr. Jackie Limberg discusses the basics of human autonomic research and shares tips & tricks for data collection and analysis during human autonomic testing to improve the accuracy and reliability of your findings.
Human Physiology Webinars
Human Physiology Webinars
A webinar series focused on late-breaking research and discovery relating to the physiological mechanisms of obesity-related disease.
Join BIOPAC to learn more about technologies and techniques to help you record good quality respiration data.
Renowned MRI expert, Prof. Jim Wild, will discuss the clinical applications of 129Xe lung imaging with a focus on novel pulmonary therapies using hyperpolarized gas and proton lung MRI as markers.
OBESITY SERIES 2020: Kevin Hall, PhD discusses the physiology of body weight regulation and how dietary factors like amount of carbs, fat and "ultra-processed" foods affect human body weight.
Join BIOPAC to learn how you can get started with your own physiology research using VR, what options are available and how to create a virtual environment for physiology experiments.
Experts discuss and demonstrate how to set up and plan experiments combining virtual reality (VR) with real-time eye tracking and physiology data measurement.
Experts demonstrate how to set up an eye tracking experiment and combine this data with physiological data such as ECG, EEG, EDA, EMG/fEMG and RSP.
Experts discuss how to set up a remote eye tracking experiment, present stimuli, collect physiology data and analyze your results.
An essential webinar for researchers interested in recording facial electromyography (fEMG) to measure muscle activity associated with smiling and frowning.
An essential webinar for scientists interested in functional Near-Infrared Optical Imaging (fNIR) technology and how they can use it for cognitive neuroscience research.
Join Frazer Findlay for an educational webinar on the measurement and analysis of event-related Electrodermal Activity (EDA)
An essential webinar for scientists interested in recording synchronized video with physiological measurements in human or animal research applications.
An exclusive webinar focused on best practices, technical considerations and expert advice to ensure quality data and research outcomes using ADInstruments PowerLab and LabChart.
An essential webinar series reviewing various technologies used to study exercise physiology, sports science and biomechanics in human subjects.
A presentation on key issues effecting the accuracy and reproducibility of measuring Oxygen Consumption, VO2, via indirect calorimetry utilizing Metabolic Carts, and best-practices for scientists to drive more consistent and precise measurements.
Frazer Findlay and William McMullen discuss new technology and methods for measuring metabolic data from human research participants
Building on its popular Biomechanics 101 Introduction, Noraxon turns it attention to the fundamental pillar of biomechanics: electromyography, or EMG. This informative session covers signal origin, acquisition, processing and analysis for a comprehensive and practical understanding of EMG research and assessment.
Professor Vaughan Macefield discusses Microneurography technique and research trends for the study of nerve stimuli and associated responses in human subjects.
An essential webinar for all BCI researchers. Dr. Ujwal Chaudhary and Dr. Bettina Sorger will highlight their groundbreaking research in the field of fNIRS based BCI for communication with healthy subjects and patients in completely locked-in state.
Experts discuss the fundamentals of real-time, beat-to-beat noninvasive blood pressure (NIBP) monitoring and present new research capabilities enabled through the integration of NIBP technology and physiological recording systems.
A webinar discussing the effects of tilt, exercise and high altitude on human cardiorespiratory and autonomic nervous systems, as studied in traditional laboratory settings and on location during a trek to Everest Base Camp.
Part 1 of a webinar series designed to survey biomechanics; starting with its core components of kinematics, kinetics, and neuromuscular activation and progressing to their application within research and industry.
Experts discuss the fundamentals of fNIRS and present new research capabilities enabled through the integration of optical brain imaging technology and physiological recording systems.
A webinar for academic researchers and professionals interested in the integration of gaze behavior measurements with physiological monitoring in both screen-based and interactive, mobile applications.