Join Dr. John Waters as he discusses how to help students organize their understanding of biology around larger themes that are common across the life sciences. This is the fourth webinar in this 4-part series on how science education has evolved in the face of new challenges.
Join Dr. Dee Silverthorn for a discussion on how the sudden appearance of the global pandemic of COVID-19 provides a unique opportunity to show students science in action as researchers and healthcare professionals around the world scramble to understand the virus and its effects on the human body. This is the third webinar in this 4-part series on how science education has evolved in the face of new challenges.
Join Mark Nielsen for a discussion on the evolutionary and developmental patterns that clarify the structural organization of the peripheral nervous system. This is the second webinar in this 4-part series on how science education has evolved in the face of new challenges.
In this webinar, Dr. Jody Greaney provides an overview of microneurography to measure skin sympathetic nervous system activity, with a focus on data analysis, interpretation and its application coupled with laser Doppler flowmetry.
Join Dr. Tony Macknight as he discusses how to adapt your teaching techniques to ensure you can teach from anywhere. This is the first webinar in this 4-part series on how science education has evolved in the face of new challenges.
Dr. Jacqueline 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.
In this webinar, Ricci Wesselink presents on how the Waikato Institute of Technology changed their traditional educational model to improve student outcomes and pass rates for the health science courses.
Join Dr. Melanie White for a discussion on basic isolated Langendorff heart principles, key experimental design considerations, core technology requirements and best practice tips to support consistency and validation of your research.
Tom Smith presents the fundamentals of invasive blood pressure measurements for preclinical research, including technical considerations and best-practices that lead to accurate and consistent results.