July 13 at Rutgers: Mighty Mouse Mini Symposium

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Research techniques and capabilities are constantly expanding. Join us to learn about breakthroughs in imaging, in vitro and in vivo models, and sensors with new and significant sensitivities.


Szczepan Baran, VMD, MS, President, Veterinary Bioscience Institute

Rodent laparoscopy leads to refinement for rodent models of neoplastic diseases

James Kehler VMD, PhD, Application Development Scientist, Stemgent

Conserved methods for deriving induced Pluripotent Stem Cells in the development of comparative mammalian models of neurodegenerative diseases

Joan Krakowsky PhD, Taconic

The Use of Biophotonic Imaging to Facilitate the Study of Disease

Bozena Michniak-Kohn PhD, Director, and Zheng Zhang PhD, Center for Dermal Research, Rutgers University    

Development of Human Skin Equivalents for Permeability Testing

Mark O. West,  PhD Professor of Psychology, Rutgers University

New approaches in addiction studies using ultrasonic vocalizations of rats during cocaine self-administration

Additional Remarks by: Jayne Mackta, NJABR; Karen Marquis, PhDJoanne Gere, BioScience Collaborative

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June 20 at Rutgers- Skin Deep Symposium

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