Noldus at Society for Neuroscience 2021

Noldus at Society for Neuroscience 2021

This year we look forward to connecting online with you at SfN!

The virtual experience will take place November 8-11.

Join researchers from around the globe at the world’s largest marketplace of ideas and tools for neuroscience.


Video tracking with EthoVision XT

EthoVision XT is the most widely applied video tracking software that tracks and analyzes the behavior, movement, and activity of any animal.

High-throughput? We've got you covered. With EthoVision XT, you can track in up to 99 arenas simultaneously, and use batch acquisition and batch analysis to get your results quickly.

Want to control and gather data from other equipment, such as stimulus lights, levers, optogenetics, and EEG measurements? EthoVision XT does it all. In addition to video tracking the animal, EthoVision XT also detects activity: changes at pixel-level from one frame to the next.

 


Why EthoVision XT is the best video tracking tool

Save time and increase the robustness of your data with EthoVision XT 16!

Deep learning is a technology that uses neural networks to allow a computer to ‘learn by experience’. We have implemented trained neural networks in EthoVision XT 16 to drastically improve the detection of body points of rats and mice. 

Why EthoVision XT is the best: unsurpassed video tracking quality!

 
 


Home cage tracking with PhenoTyper

PhenoTyper is a home cage system for automated long term behavioral observations. It can be combined with optogenetics and other stimuli to monitor consumption, cognition, and operant conditioning in addition to basic home cage tracking!

Watch the video to find out the many ways to customize your PhenoTyper.

 
 


Analyzing vocalizations with UltraVox XT

UltraVox™ XT - the easy-to-use system for the recording and analysis of ultrasonic vocalizations in rodents and other animals. All you need is a microphone and a computer for the software.

 
 


Human neuroscience

Researchers in this field aim to understand the brain mechanisms supporting cognitive and social behavior in humans, and how these mechanisms may be altered in various disease models.

When bringing together data of different types, check out The Observer XT as an integration platform.

The Observer XT offers synchronization of physiological data, eye tracker data, and facial expression analysis data. Noldus solutions empower the study of brain functions, eye movements, and facial expressions in combination with other behavior.

 


FREE mini trainings!

Like always, we bring a team of product specialists and trainers to our virtual booth at Neuroscience 2021. They can answer your questions, give you expert tips on how to best use your Noldus tools, and tell you all about the latest developments and applications. Want a free mini training? Sign up for a meeting with our highly skilled trainer Michael Guidi by sending an email to Yvonne@noldus.com.

Michael Guidi

Michael Guidi, PhD

I received my bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Florida Atlantic University back in 2007. While at FAU, I authored an Honors Thesis under the guidance of Dr. Robert Stackman on research assessing rodent learning and memory behavior in the novel object recognition task (using EthoVision of course!!). In the fall of 2009, I was recruited to the Interdisciplinary Program in Biomedical Science at the University of Florida. The exciting line of research being conducted in the lab of Dr. Thomas Foster prompted me to join. My dissertation work focused on accessing the role of the prefrontal cortex in higher-level cognitive functions and how these executive domains decline with age. I received my doctoral degree from UF in the fall of 2014, and joined Noldus shortly thereafter. It is my goal to make sure our clients get the best use out of our research tools to progress their science. In also serving as one of the Noldus trainers, I get to take that goal a step further by helping clients get up and running with their Noldus.

 
 


Let's meet!

We look forward to meeting you at our virtual booth!

Not going to SFN21, but interested in our research solutions?

 
 


Details

8th November to 16th November 2021
Virtual and In-person event

https://www.sfn.org/meetings/neuroscience-2021