This webinar is now available online
This is an excellent opportunity for you to see how scientists around the world are using DVC technology and learn about multiple studies done with favorable results toward the use of this technology.
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- Pierre Lainee, Phd, Lead Accountability Manager, Sanofi Pharma, France
- Silvia Mandillo, Research Scientist Institute of Cell Biology and Neurobiology, CNR, Rome, Italy.
- Maximilian Wiesmann, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow, Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Renowned speakers, with international experience, who are pioneers in adopting the DVC System, will show their latest results in their researches using this technology.
Speakers will discuss the latest scientific works done with Tecniplast DVC® system. They will focus on data reproducibility, the use of 24/7 animal activity monitoring, animal welfare, and ways to better science.
This webinar will show the added value of the DVC and how home cage monitoring improve research, reporting, and reproducibility while potentially reducing stress in lab mice, and accelerate research results. Attendees will learn about capturing animal data 24/7 from the home cage, assessing environmental conditions, and the keys to ensuring a more rigorous reporting.
- How observations collected via home-cage monitoring can be translated into an animal’s locomotor activity in a scalable, automated, and real-time manner with minimal setup.
- How information impacts animal welfare and experimental design; compared to traditional methods for behavioral tests outside the home cage, leading to refined experimental practices. Participants will see examples from studies in chronobiology, surgical recovery, oncology and neurodegenerative diseases.
- How to gain insight from monitoring animal activity 24/7 for reproducibility, repeatability, and refinement of experimental design, while improving animal welfare.
- Examples of practical application of digital information within a research group or a global organization, and its effects in reproducibility, husbandry, and data consistency.
- Tips to improve reproducibility in rodent research.