New webinar on studying spatial navigation and memory in awake head-fixed mice. February 18, 2021

Until recently, researchers interested in studying spatial navigation and memory in awake mice relied solely on a combination of an airlifted ball and virtual reality (VR). The Mobile HomeCage Large offers an alternative approach. It allows studying awake head-fixed mice while they navigate in real tangible mazes.

In this webinar, Prof. Simon Schultz (Imperial College London) and Prof. Michael Goard (University of California at Santa Barbara) share their experiences of hippocampal imaging in awake head-fixed mice navigating a real-world environment, i.e. physical tangible mazes, in the Mobile HomeCage Large.

The webinar goes live at 11 am ET / 5 pm CET on February 18, 2021. If you cannot join us on that day, register anyway to receive a recording. Click on the image below to go to the webinar page.

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