Connecting with clinicians: Tips for translating your research to clinical practice

Cardiovascular Physiologist Fiona McBryde shares her top pieces of advice for creating a successful research collaboration and forming meaningful connections with clinicians.

Getting started with small animal Telemetry: Fiona’s top three tips

Fiona McBryde, Cardiovascular Physiologist from the University of Auckland shares her top three tips when it comes to using telemetry in research!

Introduction to Optogenetics for Neuroscience Research

Are you thinking about using optogenetics in your neuroscience research but are unsure where to begin? Here we provide an overview of the key tools and techniques involved in optogenetics and its applications in the neuroscience field.

Keeping anesthetized rhinos safe

Professor Leith Meyer is developing safer capture and immobilization techniques for one of the world’s most endangered animals.

The 18th Annual Delsys Prize Winner: Ms. Femke Dijkstra

Congratulations to Femke Dijkstra, winner of the 2021 Delsys Prize for Innovation in Electromyography!

Understanding the Importance of PV Catheter Calibration in Admittance and Conductance Systems

There are two technologies available for doing Pressure-Volume (PV) loop studies, admittance and conductance. Both systems call for calibration procedures that can be technically challenging or expensive to complete, driving many researchers to avoid these procedures and use estimates instead. For users of admittance technology, avoiding calibration by using estimates has now become the recommended approach by the manufacturer to arriving at volume calibrated data.

Every second counts: Improving stroke patient outcomes through blood pressure modulation

Fiona McBryde is a Cardiovascular Physiologist at the University of Auckland, whose pre-clinical research focuses on understanding blood pressure regulation in the brain in response to ischemic stroke.

Modular data acquisition for now and the future: Why we built the PowerLab C and C Series devices...

Here we share the story behind the creation of the PowerLab C and C Series devices, and what researchers can expect from these innovative new devices!

The Benefits of Using Telemetry in Research

Four key benefits of using telemetry for your Cardiovascular, Neuroscience, or Autonomic research.

Four Cardiovascular Applications Using Kaha Sciences Telemetry

Take your cardiovascular research to the next level using telemetry. Find out how you can use Kaha Science's telemeters to measure physiological pressures, ECG, and sympathetic nerve activity - plus a whole lot more!

Tissue oxygen telemetry: How does it work and why is it beneficial to your research?

Are you interested in measuring tissue oxygen concentrations, continuously, over long periods of time? Find out how tissue oxygen can be measured in situ and why tissue oxygen telemetry could be beneficial to your research...

Five Unique Neuroscience Applications Using Telemetry

Find out how Kaha Sciences' suite of telemeters can be integrated into your neuroscience studies to measure intracranial pressure, seizure (EEG), sympathetic nerve activity, or tissue oxygen concentration.

ADInstruments announces acquisition of Kaha Sciences for small animal telemetry

We are pleased to announce our acquisition of Kaha Sciences! This acquisition allows us to provide researchers with an unsurpassed solution in terms of quality and power for implantable, wireless telemetry in rats and mice.