Transonic Microsurgery Workshop

October 21-23, 2019
René Remie Surgical Skills Centre
Almere, The Netherlands

Transonic, René Remie Surgical Skills Centre (RRSSC) and emka TECHNOLOGIES are excited to join forces to present the first European Rodent, PV Loop & Cardiac Disease Model Workshop. The Workshop is designed to enable attendees to not only optimize their microsurgical skills, but also gain experience in Admittance-based PV measurements, and be introduced to common cardiac disease models.

Established partner Prof. René Remie will share his extensive microsurgical experience and enthusiasm with all attendees by encouraging the best surgical practices – learning the correct techniques and their implementation in attendees’ own laboratories as this course will take place at the René Remie Surgical Skills Centre.

Who should attend:

This course is designed for scientists and technicians who are new to rodent pressure-volume recording techniques or those who would like to refine their techniques.

The course language will be English. The host speaks several languages including: Dutch, English, German and basic French. Therefore, any one-to-one instruction can take place in one’s chosen/native language.

The course will be from October 21 to 23, 2019 with one optional extra day to provide attendees with an opportunity to learn how to introduce a myocardial infarction through ligation of the left anterior descending coronary artery (LAD), or to induce left ventricle hypertrophy by transverse aortic constriction (TAC).

Course fee and registration:

Three-day course fee:  € 1980 (excl VAT).
Additional day: € 660 (excl VAT).

Course fee includes all course materials, coffee & tea, lunch and a group dinner on Day One. Participants will receive a certificate of the training (recognized in most EU countries).

For registration click here.

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