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November 28, 2016

As telemetry becomes more accessible to the research community, there is a greater expectation from funding bodies and journal article reviewers to record biological signals from conscious, freely moving animals. Join us as we explore the technology behind Millar telemetry and gain a better understanding of how we can help you broaden the scope of your experiments. Scientist, Sandy Lau, will provide an overview of Telemetry studies and discuss how your research can benefit from incorporating chronic recordings into your laboratory protocol.

October 3, 2016

Join us as we introduce our new Mouse Biopotential Telemetry System which enables chronic recordings of unprecedented biopotential signal quality paired with the convenience of a single-use, battery-free mouse telemeter. The webinar will cover how the system works, sample ECG data, showing what you can expect from the signal quality, and potential applications of the system.

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February 23, 2016

Learn how to achieve successful chronic arterial pressure recordings from the abdominal aorta using the Millar pressure telemeters. 


November 19, 2015

This webinar aims to offer insight into unique applications of Millar implantable telemetry, including the measurement of intra-cranial pressure (ICP), concurrent sympathetic nerve activity (SNA) and arterial pressure recordings, and tissue oxygen. Professor Jacqueline Phillips, Professor of Neuroscience at Macquarie University, and Dr.

Presenters: Fiona McBryde, PhD , Jacqueline Phillips, PhD
August 25, 2015

This webinar aims to overview some of the practical aspects that should be considered prior to conducting experiments using chronic animal experiments.

August 18, 2015

The webinar, “Chronic Recording of Intracranial Pressure in Rats,” is presented by Dr. Sarah-Jane Guild, Scientific Support for Millar and Senior Research Fellow at the University of Auckland.

The webinar focuses on techniques used to chronically record both intracranial pressure and arterial pressure in rats. Data presented shows the stability of the signals and measurement of increased ICP in hydrocephalus.

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April 9, 2015

Dr. Navin Kapur presents a detailed look at how PV loops impact outcomes in basic research and clinical therapies.

December 28, 2014

This webinar covers the tips and tricks of chronic pressure recording from the left ventricles in the rat. Content featured includes the surgical approach, signal quality and interpreting conscious LVP signals.


There is no upcoming webinar.