Visit Neurotar’s booth #33 at the Festival of Neuroscience organized by the British Neuroscience Association to learn how Neurotar’s devices aid research in awake, head-fixed, but otherwise freely moving animals.
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Neurotar is all about in vigilo (Latin for “in awake”) research. For the third year, we are bringing the Mobile HomeCage (new slimmer version) to the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. In 2015 we also unveiled a new device, Mobile HomeCage Large. This year again we have prepared something new for you. Please, also visit […] Read more »
Neurotar’s Leonard Khirug attends the 3rd Neurocampus conference in Bordeaux entitled Probing Neuronal Circuits during Behavior– contact us to set up a meeting in advance.
Mobile HomeCage team is planning a roadshow in BeNeLux at the end of September 2016. Please contact Nick Bos to schedule an MHC demo.
Blood-Brain Barrier Conference (June 15-16) is part of the World Preclinical Congress taking place June 15-17, 2016 in Boston, MA. Leonard Khiroug’s (CSO, Founder) presentation entitled “In vivo Microscopy-Based Assay for Brain Distribution of Biologics: From a Case-Study to the Industry Standard” addresses the fact that conventional brain exposure assays either lack longitudinality (IHC and […] Read more »
Two years ago, we have launched the Mobile HomeCage at the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) meeting in Milan, Italy. This year, we will show a new and improved model of the Mobile HomeCage alongside the Mobile HomeCage Large device and several new accessories. Come and see how far we have come! More importantly […] Read more »
Leonard Khiroug (CSO) will attend EMBO conference Imaging the Brain in Warsaw. Please contact Leo directly to schedule a meeting.
Neurotar’s team is spending an entire week in May showing the Mobile HomeCage to Swiss labs. To book a demo please contact Pepin Marshall.
Join us at our poster Chronic sub-anesthetic ketamine stimulates formation of cortical dendritic spines in awake mice imaged longitudinally in the Mobile HomeCage during the conference in Denmark entitled Brain in Focus: New Approaches to Imaging Neurons and Neural Circuits.