Langendorff System Workshop, Australia.


Small Animal Langendorff Workshop at The University of Queensland, St Lucas Campus on the 21st May 2019 from 9 am to 5 pm.  

ADInstruments are holding a Small Animal (mouse) Langendorff System Workshop at The University of Queensland, St Lucia Campus, Australia on 21st May 2019. The one-day Langendorff workshop contains a Langendorff system presentation, isolated heart experiment practice and questions discussion. You will learn how to practice and analyze your data by using a Langendorff system, PowerLab data acquisition and LabChart Pro data analysis.

Dr Melissa Reichelt will be presenting the workshop.

Dr Reichelt undertook her PhD studies in cardiac physiology at the Heart Foundation Research Center at Griffith University and worked as a postdoctoral research fellow at the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute in Sydney. She then worked at The University of California, San Diego before returning to Australia to undertake a National Health and Medical Research Council Peter Doherty Fellowship at the University of Melbourne. Dr Reichelt was then recruited to the University of Queensland working as a postdoctoral fellow for four years, before being appointed as an academic in the School of Biomedical Sciences. 


The workshop includes two types of attendance available: Demonstration and Hands-on. 

Demonstration includes Dr Reichelt hanging the heart and demonstrating the analysis. Attendance fee AUD$150 (excluding GST) per person.

Hands-on participation includes Dr Reichelt's demonstration, analysis and the ability to learn how to hang the heart yourself. Conditions apply: Qualification and surgical history are needed. Each applicant will be evaluated for ethics application. Attendance fee AUD$400 (excluding GST) per person.


Limited spots are available.


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