SOT 59th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo

Join us during SOT annual meeting in Anaheim, California for our Exhibitor-Hosted Session:

How to “Hang Ten” on the Rodent ECG in Inhalation Toxicology

Alex Carll, Ph.D., M.S.P.H., Assistant Professor at the University of Louisville School of Medicine

The electrocardiogram (ECG) is a valuable tool for assessing cardiac pathophysiology and toxicity in both humans and rodents.

In this hosted session, Dr. Carll will introduce approaches to and reasons for monitoring the ECG during inhalation exposure studies in both mice and rats.

Attendees will learn how to:

  • use ecgAUTO to identify arrhythmias and clean data for heart rate variability analyses.
  • analyze ECG morphology to inform on conduction and arrhythmogenesis.
  • navigate data overload, noise, the QT:RR, detection limits, and species differences.
  • understand time- and dose-dependent relationships between ECG endpoints and inhaled toxins.

Please note that seating is limited.
We therefore encourage you to secure a place at this event by clicking here to access the registration form


Room 206B,
Anaheim Convention Center
Anaheim, CA 92802, USA

Wednesday March 18th, 2020
09:00 – 10:00 AM


This session is an Exhibitor-Hosted Session. Although not an official part of the SOT Annual Meeting Scientific Program, its presentation is permitted by the Society.

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