Improve Data and Animal Welfare with Advanced Telemetry Design
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Date Thursday, May 17, 2018
Location On Demand Playback
Animal welfare is a major focus in research today. Understanding the issues around setting up flexible animal experiments, the impacts of using or not using group housing, and getting good data in varied settings are critical for today’s investigators. One researcher, Linda Hayward, Ph.D., University of Florida, successfully conducted a study on WKY and SHR rats implementing a unique study design. Join Dr. Hayward, Dr. Harm Knot, CTO TSE Systems, Tom Delahanty, TSE Systems Stellar developer and Frazer Findlay, CEO of BIOPAC, for a discussion on telemetry studies and data analysis. Dr. Hayward will present her findings and Tom and Frazer will show you how to set up the equipment and software, so you can design and conduct your own studies with this novel system.
What You Will Learn
Hayward’s insights on why she found Stellar advantageous in her studies
Animal welfare improvements: true group housing, extreme remote monitoring, customization
Technical aspects of Stellar that are not found in other telemetry platforms
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