In this webinar experts will discuss turnkey solutions, referred to as Bussey-Saksida Systems, in terms of the animal environment, various behavioral Tasks, data analysis, methodology and prescribed best practices. In addition, information on integrating the behavioral Tasks with video tracking, optogenetics and electrophysiology will be discussed.
We are excited to announce that Drs. Bussey and Saksida, who worked on the Bussey-Saksida Touch Screen systems, are opening a new lab at Western University in Ontario, Canada.
Dr. Tim Bussey is giving a lecture on "Strategies for cognitive translation from animals to humans: neurogenesis, neurodegenerative and neuropsychiatric disease" for the Collaborative Program in Neuroscience at the University of Toronto on Wednesday, March 30, 2016 at 11:00 AM.
For more information about this lecture and the Neuroscience Distinguished Lecture Series, visit the CPIN website.
Bussey-Saksida Touch Screen systems made the cover of the December 2015 Learning & Memory. The article is entitled: Deletion mice display cognitive deficits in touchscreen learning and novelty recognition tasks, and it is available in full text!
Cambridge University recently published an article on their website about the Bussey-Saksida Touch Screen Chambers.
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