Original webinar date: March 1, 2022
Have you wondered how one mouse brain may be used for multiple experiments? Come discover the strategy behind using animal tissues for multi-use research experiments, so that your tissue samples can go further.
Dr. Yiying Zhang from Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital is our guest webinar speaker.
Dr. Yiying Zhang has been studying neuropathogenesis, anesthesia neurotoxicity, anesthesia/surgery toxicity, postoperative neurocognitive disorder and postoperative delirium (POD) in Alzheimer’s disease (AD) since 2009. Specifically, she has studied the effects of anesthetics on mitochondrial function in vitro and in vivo, as well as the potential association between neuroinflammation and mitochondrial function following the anesthesia and/or surgery. Recently, Dr. Zhang has focused on studying potential gut microbiota-neuroinflammation-mitochondria cascade in the pathogenesis of POD. For this Precisionary webinar, Dr. Zhang will discuss a “3D” use of animal tissues in planning experimental designs in academic research.