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Webinars

Cellular Mechanisms Behind Alcohol Abuse and Binge Drinking Behavior

Date (Berlin Time): Wed, May 05, 2021

Exciting research looking at the cellular mechanisms of alcohol abuse and behavior using a combination of techniques including HEKA Patch Clamp for electrophysiology recordings, optogenetics, calcium imaging, and behavioral measurements.

Join Dr. Gilles Martin from the University of Massachusetts Medical School as he gives an overview of his recent research on the cellular mechanisms underlying alterations in brain regions caused by binge drinking that control behavior. Register through Inside Scientific to learn more about this fascinating research!

 

The Wonderful World of Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy (SECM)

Date (Berlin Time): Wed, Mar 10, 2021

SECM technique overview and applications related to material characterization, corrosion and batteries using HEKA ElProScan.

Join Dr. Janine Mauzeroll from McGill University as she gives an overview of her recent research on material characterization, corrosion and batteries using the ElProScan high-resolution electrochemical probe scanner.  Register through Inside Scientific to learn more about this fascinating research application!

 

Join us on Wednesday 10th of March at 11am ET/ 5pm CET

 

Reductions in Impulsivity in an Animal Model of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Date (Berlin Time): Tue, Feb 23, 2021

Impulsivity and treatment in ADHD mouse models using Panlab 5/9 hold box.

ADHD affects and estimated 2.8% of the global population. Dr. F. Scott Hall and his team are working to better understand impulsive behavior in genetic mouse models of ADHD. In his upcoming webinar, he will share his teams behavioral approach studying impulsive behavior associated with ADHD and common therapeutic strategies. Register today!

 

Join us on Tuesday 23rd of February at 11am ET/ 5pm CET

 

Multimodal Behavioral Assessment After Experimental Brain Trauma

Date (Berlin Time): Wed, Feb 03, 2021

Behavioral approaches to evaluate cognitive deficits in rats following traumatic brain injury using Coulbourn behavioral equipment.

Traumatic Brain injuries (TBI) affect over 2.8 million American’s each year. Dr. Corina Bondi and her team are working to better understand complex cognitive deficits following TBI in rat models. In her upcoming webinar, she will share her teams multimodal behavioral approaches that have helped to better understand cognitive impairments and more suitable therapeutic strategies.

 

Virtual Discussion: Remove Uncertainty with Precise, Reproducible Infusion Techniques in Neuroscience Research

Date (Berlin Time): Wed, Jan 20, 2021

Join us for this insightful one hour event, during which Pete Nadeau, Harvard Apparatus Global Fluidics Product Manager, will offer highlights of cutting-edge research in neuroscience with a focus on the essential role of syringe pumps in the success of this work. What to Expect:

Advancements in Research Virtual Discussion: Wireless and Tethered In Vivo Approaches for Neurological Recordings in Freely Moving Animals

Date (Berlin Time): Wed, Sep 30, 2020

Explore new possibilities in behavioral neuroscience research! Whether your in vivo recording preferences are wireless or tethered, this is one webinar you do not want to miss. Join MCS Application Specialist, George Portugal, to learn more about benefits of the W2100 and ME2100 recording systems from Multi Channel Systems.

Advancements in Research Virtual Discussion: MicroElectrode Arrays for Diabetes Research and Beyond

Date (Berlin Time): Wed, Jul 01, 2020

The MEA2100-Beta-Screen-System: Non-invasive electrophysiological recordings from intact islets of Langerhans using Microelectrode Arrays (MEAs)

CMOS-MEA5000-System: Extracellular recordings and stimulation at the highest resolution

Date (Berlin Time): Tue, May 26, 2015

Providing 4225 recording sites separated by only a few microns, the active CMOS-chip can image electrical activity at a sub-cellular resolution. 

Cardio2D: Software for mapping cardiac excitation patterns

Date (Berlin Time): Tue, May 19, 2015

For the analysis of cardiac culture and tissue, we offer an advanced software: Cardio2D

Wireless Recordings from Freely Moving Rodents

Date (Berlin Time): Tue, May 12, 2015

When working with freely moving animals, natural behavior is crucial. The Wireless-Systems make cables obsolete and enables neuronal recordings from rodents or other animals. 

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