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Noise and Vibration in the Vivarium (Webinar Recording)

Noise and Vibration in the Vivarium (Webinar Recording)

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WEB-31A: This webinar will review the problems of vibration, noise and ultrasonic noise in the animal facility, from lighting, caging systems, and other elements of the vivarium space to those signals produced by typical husbandry activities and construction. We will address how these signals can serve as stressors to lab animals and potential confounds for research using species from mice to zebrafish. Finally, we will discuss best practices for how to measure, manage, and mitigate noise and vibration issues during day-to-day activities and during construction, with the ultimate goals of Refining our animal models and Reducing the number of animals used. (i.e., 3Rs).

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Presenter: Dr. Jeremy Turner, PhD.

Dr. Turner is Chief Scientific Officer of Turner Scientific Noise & Vibration Services. He is also Co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer of OtoScience Labs Tinnitus R & D. He received his PhD in 1999 in auditory neuroscience studying mouse hearing...

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