Neuroscience Research




In Vivo Research Approaches in the Study of Neurological Disease and Psychiatric Disorders

Neurological disease and psychiatric disorders are some of the most heavily funded research areas today. Although tremendous strides have been made, the study of the brain and spinal cord leaves many questions unanswered. Learn about the most commonly researched neurological disease and psychiatric disorders as well as in vivo approaches to measure endpoints of interest.


CNS, Neuroscience, Preclinical Neuroscience, Animal models of neuroscience, CNS animal models


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Research Models of Traumatic Brain Injury

Historically, animal models of traumatic brain injury (TBI) have had limited success in translation to clinical applications.  Recommendations for improving translation include monitoring biomarkers for longer periods, of time after injury, employing more than one injury model, and using clinically meaningful large animal models prior to starting any human clinical trials.  Learn about the most common TBI animal models and how DSI solutions can be used to study them.

 
 

Neuroscience Products Available from DSI

DSI Implants are designed for acquiring data from conscious, freely moving laboratory animals  - providing stress free data when longer data collection periods are required. When studies demand higher channel count or bandwidth for EEG, or when data collection periods are acute/anesthetized, tethered solutions are available.

Small Animal Telemetry

Large Animal Telemetry

Hardwired Monitoring System

Neuroscore Software

Respiratory Monitoring 

Behavioral Products from Panlab