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SCIREQ’s chief scientist, Dr. Annette Robichaud, is a confirmed speaker at the “Workshop of Phenotyping Mouse Models of Human Lung Disease” to be held Sept 18-23, 2011 at The Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor ME.

The primary purpose of this workshop is to demonstrate how mouse models may be used to study pulmonary disease states in humans.  Using a mix of theory and practical application; participants will learn techniques for measuring lung function and mechanics, assessing models of lung disease and pathology; as well as techniques for in-vivo imaging. This is a great opportunity to discuss your ongoing flexiVent experiments with Dr. Robichaud as well as to try the newly redesigned flexiVent FX system.

There are still spots open, so register today at http://courses.jax.org/2011/human-lung.html

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