SPS Webinar: Post-Acquisition Analysis Tools (Part 1) - Join Us Online January 24!

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Dear Colleagues,


The Safety Pharmacology Society is pleased to invite you to a Post-Acquisition Analysis Tools webinar  presentation on Thursday, January 24, 2019  at 11:00 EST, 16:00 GMT/ 17:00 CET.

Title: Maximizing the Utility of Your In Vivo Cardiovascular Data and Increasing Efficiencies in Analysis for Safety Pharmacology

Presenter: 
Stefano Gaburro, MSc, PhD, Account Manager & Application Scientist, Data Sciences International

Description:  Cardiovascular telemetry has the ability to provide a wealth of information. In addition, it generates a significant amount of data. In the past, reporting of Arrythmias derived from telemetric data was cumbersome; often requiring manual analysis and limited to certain types of arrythmias. Data Insights™ (2015) was developed to: 1) FIND arrythmias, 2) refine the data for a more accurate parameter detection (e.g. QT prolongation), 3) advance interbeat interval (R-R interval) EDITing for heart rate variability calculations, and 4) allow species-specific predefined searches for a faster validation process. Finally, a REPORT is easily generated; creating comprehensive table with precise user-defined temporal distribution of events as well as parameters/search criteria necassary for GLP compliance.


Title: Unique Advantages of Integrating Solid State Sensors and High Sampling Rates in Safety Pharmacology

Presenter: 
Harm Johan Knot, PharmD, PhD, Chief Technology
Officer, TSE Systems, Inc.

Description: TBA 
 
Moderator: Simon Authier, DVM, MBA, PhD, DSP, Director Safety Pharmacology, CiToxLAB


We look forward to your participation.
  
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