Human Anatomy & Physiology Society Annual Conference

ADInstruments is proud to return as a sponsor for the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS) 2024 Annual Conference. The show will be held in St. Louis, Missouri from May 25th - 29th, 2024.

Our team will be onsite at the exhibition hall to meet with our community of educators. We look forward to learning more about your current challenges in the lab and providing hands-on experience with some of our latest solutions. Read on for a preview of what you can see at our booth, and visit the official show site to learn more and register for this great event.



May 26th: 7:30 AM to 8:30 AM



Presentation on Monday, May 27 at 8:30 AM.



May 26th:  7:30 AM to 5:00 PM

May 27th: 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM



ADInstruments is sponsoring two workshops for HAPS 2024. See below for information on these workshops:


Title: Increasing student performance and engagement with interactive digital laboratory manuals and study guides in an introductory anatomy & physiology course

Presented by James Windelborn, Regis College

Session A107: Tues 5/28; 9-10am

Description: First-year anatomy and physiology undergraduates can struggle to utilize lab time optimally and can be overwhelmed by laboratory practical exams. Customized exercises were created on the Lt software platform to guide students through laboratory activities. Additionally, interactive study guides were created to better prepare students for lab practicals. Large increases in lab practical averages were measured with this system compared to the previous year and students exhibited increased engagement during lab sessions. In this workshop, a process for utilizing Lt and open educational resources to create interactive lab exercises and study guides will be demonstrated and practiced.


Title: Use of Biosignal Data in Upper-Level Undergraduate Physiology Laboratory

Presented by Shari Litch Gray

Session B407: Wed 5/29; 1:45-2:45pm

Description: Application of content knowledge in independent study/research is critical to prepare undergraduates for graduate study and the workforce. The physiology lab offered by Regis College offers students hands-on experience collecting their own biosignal data in pre-made lab assignments and weeks were dedicated to student groups researching, proposing and performing independent projects to collect, evaluate and draw conclusions from study data. Student written lab reports were presented in class. This workshop will focus on the structure, challenges and importance of independent student research and allow participants to observe and work with the Lt Sensor hardware and software for physiology data collection.