Module B is for those who want to advance their skills in areas such as gaining vascular access, asepsis, and jugular vein catheterization.

Module B: Experimental Research Techniques

We train in small groups of 5-8 with larger groups available by arrangement. Attendees are provided with a Leica or Zeiss binocular operating microscope, a full set of microsurgery instruments, and all of the materials you will need. You will experience hands-on learning both in models and in living material. Each module ends with a customized learning experience of choice where attendees can polish their skills in an area outside of the established training plan.

Our courses require a degree as a lab technician, veterinarian, biologist, pharmacologist or any other medical science.

If appropriate for you this can include;
  • pharmacology models, for infusion and blood sampling, for temporary occlusion stroke models, for transplantation models. Focal and global ischemia models in rats and mice. Cardio-vascular models (MI and TAC) or any others specifically relevant to your needs
  • pharmacokinetic models, for infusion and blood sampling from arteries, veins, bile duct, gut or any other places relevant to your needs
  • toxicology models, for a single dose, multiple-dose acute and chronic study designs and performance
  • different techniques of particular interest to participants by agreement before or during the module
 Here is the program of Module B

Next Course: March 11, 2024

Location:

Almere, The Netherlands

Registration Fee

  • Industry: €4500
  • Government and Foundations: €3500
  • Academic: €3250

Workshop Dates

    March 11 - March 15, 2024

    April 8 - April 12, 2024

    May 13 - May 17, 2024

    July 15 - July 19, 2024

    July 29 - August 2, 2024

    August 12 - August 12, 2024

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Instructors

Senior Instructor

René Remie Surgical Skills Centre

A specialist in many microsurgical and general techniques, i.e. anatomy, suturing, intubation, telemetry implantations, vascular and non-vascular catheterizations, myocardial infarction models, stereotaxic surgery, and more. She has experience in rats, mice, hamsters, and guinea pigs.

Director

René Remie Surgical Skills Centre

A brilliant course leader and innovator who has over 40 years of experience teaching, guiding, and training burgeoning scientists in their lab animal surgical skills. He is best known for his extensive work and procedures surrounding rodent best practices, pre/post-op care, and animal welfare in the surgical setting.