Canadian Neuroscience Meeting 2017

We look forward to meeting you at the Canadian Neuroscience Meeting 2017! Visit our booth and find out what we have to offer for your neuroscience research!

EthoVision XT video tracking

EthoVision® XT is the most widely used video tracking software on the market. Want to try it out? Contact Noldus!

Behavioral observations with The Observer XT!

To perform in-detail study of behavior, The Observer® XT is your ideal tool. From ethogram to analysis, this software does it all. Want to try it for free? Contact Noldus!

Zebrafish behavior research

Working with zebrafish? Check out our latest solutions for research on zebrafish.

  • DanioVision™ - our complete system designed for high-throughput tracking of zebrafish larvae and other small organisms. Powered by EthoVision XT.
  • DanioScope™ - an easy-to-use video analysis tool to investigate a range of zebrafish embryo and larvae parameters, such as tail coilings, heartbeat monitoring, blood flow, and morphology. All in a non-invasive and easy way!
Presenting DanioScope is a video-based software tool for the ununvasive study of zebrafish embryos and larvae. You can measure activity, heartrate, blood and gut flow, and keep track of morphological characteristics!

ErasmusLadder

ErasmusLadder® is a fully automated system that tests and challenges motor performance and motor learning abilities in mice. It is thus ideally suited for the rapid screening for cerebellar phenotypes.

CatWalk XT

CatWalk™ XT gait analysis has been validated in research and experimental producedures for several (neurological) disorders and lesions. Examples include spinal cord injury and other nerve injuries, neuropathic pain, arthritis, stroke, Parkinson’s, Cerebellar ataxia, traumatic brain injury,  peripheral nerve damage, and more.

Behavioral observations

  • PhenoTyper® - home cage system for automated long term behavioral observations. 
  • UltraVox™ XT - the affordable and easy-to-use system for the recording and analysis of ultrasonic vocalizations in rodents and other animals.  

We look forward to meeting you in-person in Montreal.

Date: 
Sunday, 28 May, 2017 to Wednesday, 31 May, 2017
Location: 
Montreal, QC, Canada