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NEW Course Spotlight: Animal Imaging: They’ve Saved More Lives Than 911

Posted By Elaine Lok, Thursday, September 4, 2014
Updated: Monday, September 1, 2014

NEW Course Spotlight:  Animal Imaging: They’ve Saved More Lives Than 911

Date: Tuesday, October 21 @ 9:45 AM 

Speaker:  Tim Steffens, CRA

This course will discuss animal ocular anatomy compared to humans, imaging techniques, challenges and technologies for imaging mice, rats, dogs, cats, pigs, monkeys and birds. After this course attendees will have a better understanding of how to image a variety of species with and without biomarkers, the accessories necessary to optimize image quality, and identify artifacts and troubleshoot.

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