Join BIOPAC July 17-19 2023 for three days of hands-on, small-group human physiology workshops, presented by renowned academics and industry experts, on the beautiful University of California campus in Santa Barbara, California, USA.
If you measure physiology from human subjects or work with those who do, you should attend!
Anyone who records and analyzes human physiology data as part of their research and/or those who teach human physiology or related subjects: academic scientists, industry applied researchers, and educators.
Attendance is limited!
Overall conference attendance and individual session attendance are limited. Register early to ensure your space in the conference and your sessions of choice!
The 4T|Phys Conference is unique in that attendees will receive practical “how-to” instruction in key skills necessary for recording and analyzing great life science data.
Workshops are interactive and include the tools, tips, and strategies for recording high-quality data from study participants. The conference focuses on technology and trends in the industry and provides physiologists with an opportunity to develop their skills and knowledge. The workshops cover preparation, acquiring data, and analysis. Physiology educators will learn-by-doing the proven, high engagement, student-centered strategies for incorporating physiology education into their program of instruction.
Conference Registration is now open! Register early for maximum savings!
Share your research with your peers and learn from others. Many attendees tell us that being selected for a poster presentation helps to facilitate the funding approval process. Poster presentations are first-come, first serve. Learn more on 4T|Phys Call for Posters—deadline is May 1, 20223.
Bring your laptop and prepare to be engaged! Get hands-on and small-group instruction using the best in physiology measurement technologies with instruction from the experts in:
BIOPAC Data Acquisition Systems
BioNomadix Wireless, Wearable Systems
Exercise Phys—recording and analyzing great data
Recording physiological data from mobile subjects
Exercise Physiology: TEAM System
Physiology Education: Biopac Student Lab
Heart Rate Variability Analysis
Stimulation: Electrical, Auditory, & Visual
Virtual Reality: WorldViz, Vizard
Data recording and analysis:
|Stimulus Response: E-Prime, SuperLab|
Wireless EEG: B-Alert Systems
Recording great data in the MRI
Integration of behavioral data with physiological signals
Integrating fNIRS optical brain imaging
Integrating camera systems
Integrating physiology learning systems into programs of instruction
Integrating Virtual Reality technology
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