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Comprehensive Approaches to the in vivo Assessment of Cardiovascular Function in Mice

  December 04, 2008  
The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, Maine, USA
June 21-26, 2009

The workshop focuses on the assessment of cardiovascular function in mouse models. This is a comprehensive program which includes didactic lectures by leaders in the field of cardiovascular physiology, pharmacology and pathology, followed by several days of hands on workshops.

Sessions will focus on non-invasive high-resolution ultrasound using the Visualsonics Vevo 770 system and telemetry (DataSciences International) and catheter-dependent (ADInstruments) approaches to monitoring cardiovascular parameters in vivo. The final day will cover methods for analyzing data collected during the course of the workshop and will include study design and statistical analysis. Surgical and anesthesic techniques will also be taught.                                                   

This workshop can be used for continuing education units for AALAS recertification.

Organized by: The Jackson Laboratory
Invited Speakers: To Be Announced
Deadline for Abstracts: not applicable

Enrollment is limited to 16, so early application is advised.  Applications by women and minorities in the life sciences are highly encouraged.

Application for admission is made by submitting ALL of the following:

-An online application form (opens in a new window);

-Your curriculum vitae (2 page maximum) submitted via email to  barbara.donovan@jax.org

-A letter of recommendation from your supervisor or primary investigator submitted by email to Barbara Donovan.

We are pleased to announce that the registration fee has not increased this year! The fee includes shared lodging and some meals, details will be provided to registered participants.
$1,500, $1,200 students (requires proof of student, post-doc, or medical fellowship status with registration)

E-mail: barbara.donovan@jax.org
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