May 17-22, 2019
Dallas, Texas – USA
The ATS Conference is an international platform for respiratory scientists, clinical researchers, medical practitioners and related health care professionals. It provides great networking and engagement opportunities with the emka & SCIREQ team.
Come and meet us at booth 3619 anytime during the exhibition hours. We’d love to learn about your current experimental needs and showcase our latest innovations.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN PRECLINICAL NEONATE RESEARCH?
Join us for our annual breakfast event and learn more about preclinical neonate research. Guest speakers from the Morty Lab at Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research in Bad Nauheim, Germany will present their current work on Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia (BDP).
The Morty Lab has two major research themes, both of which relate directly to adult and neonatal critical care medicine. They are currently exploring what causes premature infants to develop BPD when they are ventilated, and new ways to clinically manage this complex and important clinical problem encountered in the neonatal intensive care unit.
Dr. David Surate Solaligue and Dr. Claudio Nardiello from the Morty Lab will present their research in BPD where they successfully used the flexiVent and whole body plethysmography system to measure lung mechanics in BPD pups.
|WHEN:||Monday May 20, 2019|
|7 am – 8 am (Doors open at 6:45 am)|
|WHERE:||Courtyard by Marriott Dallas Downtown/Reunion District|
|310 S Houston St, Dallas, TX 75202 (5 min walk from the convention center)|
|Meeting Room – Mavericks|
|AGENDA:||7:00||Welcome & Introduction by David Brunet – SCIREQ|
|7:10||Measuring How Lungs Work by Dr. Annette Robichaud – SCIREQ|
|7:20||Refining Respiratory Mechanic Measurements For Use In Mouse Neonates by Dr. David Surate Solaligue & Dr. Claudio Nardiello – Max Planck Institute, Germany|
|7:50||Questions & Closing Remarks|