Course Description

Imaging Modalities Used in Pre-Clinical Research

Course Description:

This is a two-part course illustrating the equipment, techniques, and processes used to create images of laboratory animals (or parts thereof) for research purposes.

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Learning Objectives:

Upon successfully completing this course, learners will be able to:

  1. Identify the various imaging modalities, learn how they work, and explain their advantages and disadvantages
  2. Understand how imaging modalities can be used to support research studies in pre-clinical laboratories
  3. Grasp some of the limitations of imaging modalities in performing pre-clinical research

Who Should Enroll:

Researchers, research technicians and assistants, laboratory technicians and assistants, laboratory animal technicians and veterinarians, veterinary technicians, biologists, and scientists working in medical device or pharmaceutical companies are all encouraged to participate in this course.

Prerequisite Knowledge/Requirements:

A basic understanding of classical and modern physics and the use of laboratory animals for research purposes is required.

Subject Matter Expert:
Doug Follett

62 min

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