Webinar: Experimental Design Considerations to Optimize Chronic Cardiovascular Telemetry Studies

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In this webinar Phil Griffiths, PhD, summarizes chronic cardiovascular telemetry studies and considerations for experimental design.

Key Learning Objectives:   

  • What are the benefits of chronic over acute studies?
  • How to decide the best sample sizes and the length of experiments?
  • Basic tips for data acquisition and handling
  • How to maintain high animal welfare standards


Ensuring you collect the best and most physiologically accurate data from your chronic telemetry experiments requires careful planning and experimental design. This webinar will give an insight into the practical aspects of designing chronic animal experiments to set you on the best path for success. The benefits of chronic studies, how to select the most appropriate sample size for your study, some basic tips and tricks for data acquisition and handling, and how to ensure high animal welfare will be discussed.

Related products:

Kaha Telemetry»

About the speakers:

Phil Griffiths, PhD
Research Sales Manager Europe, ADInstruments

Dr. Phil Griffiths has a BSc and PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Bristol, UK and spent several years at Bristol as a postdoctoral researcher. Over the course of his academic career, he gained extensive expertise in rodent in vivo procedures, including electrophysiology and blood pressure telemetry using the Kaha Sciences telemetry system. He has presented at several international conferences and published his research on the role of the neuropeptide apelin in the central control of blood pressure. Phil left academia in 2019 to join Kaha Sciences as the Telemetry Application Specialist in Europe before making the move to ADInstruments in February 2021. In his current role, he continues to support telemetry customers and uses his wider technical experience to provide training and support across the ADI product range.