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Courses and Conferences Calendar

Oct
17
Sat
Neuroscience 2015
Oct 17 – Oct 21 all-day
Nov
2
Mon
Obesity Week 2015
Nov 2 – Nov 7 all-day

Conference Website: http://obesityweek.com/

Nov
15
Sun
ESA Annual Meeting: Entomological Society of America
Nov 15 – Nov 18 all-day
Dec
8
Tue
Promethion Course – High-Throughput Respirometry for Metabolic Screening
Dec 8 – Dec 11 all-day
Promethion Course – High-Throughput Respirometry for Metabolic Screening

The course teaches participants how to use indirect calorimetry in metabolic screening. We will apply techniques for measuring real-time O2 consumption, CO2 production and water vapor loss for laboratory rodents. Measurement systems also include food & water intake, body mass monitoring, wheel running and voluntary activity. Data analysis is a significant focus.

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Jan
3
Sun
SICB Society for Integrative & Comparative Biology 2016 @ Portland, OR
Jan 3 – Jan 7 all-day
Feb
23
Tue
Classic and Field Line Course – Introduction to Animal Respirometry
Feb 23 – Feb 26 all-day
Classic and Field Line Course – Introduction to Animal Respirometry @ Las Vegas | Nevada | United States

This course teaches participants how to measure metabolic rates using indirect calorimetry. We will apply techniques for measuring real-time O2 consumption, CO2 produc­tion and water vapor loss for subjects ranging from small invertebrates to large mammals. Participants can work with single animal and high through-put systems in both open-flow and stop-flow.

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Apr
2
Sat
Experimental Biology 2016 – Booth 1222
Apr 2 – Apr 6 all-day
May
31
Tue
ACSM – American College of Sports Medicine
May 31 – Jun 4 all-day

Conference Website: ACSM Website

Jun
13
Mon
Classic and Field Line Course – Introduction to Animal Respirometry
Jun 13 – Jun 17 all-day
Classic and Field Line Course – Introduction to Animal Respirometry @ Las Vegas | Nevada | United States

This course teaches participants how to measure metabolic rates using indirect calorimetry. We will apply techniques for measuring real-time O2 consumption, CO2 produc­tion and water vapor loss for subjects ranging from small invertebrates to large mammals. Participants can work with single animal and high through-put systems in both open-flow and stop-flow.

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Jul
12
Tue
SSIB 2016
Jul 12 – Jul 16 all-day