- Includes lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on laboratory exercises
- Emphasizes routine rodent procedures (gavage, injections, cannulation), isolated organ systems (liver, kidney, intestine, brain), and neuropharmacology
- Faculty from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Wake Forest University, and Touro College of Pharmacy
For a modest registration fee ($650), participants will receive a certificate of completion, course materials that include descriptions of the various techniques and CDs of the demonstrations, and meals (breakfast and lunch daily and one dinner). Application deadline is July 1. For more information visit the Web site. Click here for a printable flyer.