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Systems Club II – Mouse Behavioral Tracking
Methods for deriving Resilience against stress in mice from long term observations
June 3 @ 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm
When individuals in major psychological or physical stressful situations are able to maintain their mental health or restore it quickly after a short period of experiencing stress-related symptoms, this is referred to as resilience. The classification of mice into resilient and susceptible animals based on tests such as chronic social defeat test, is a common approach in resilience research. However, this classification based on short-term observation has recently been viewed increasingly critically and its transferability to the definition of resilience in humans has at least been questioned. But which methods can give us information about the long-term behavior of mice and is this really helpful for determining the resilience status of a mouse?
In our Systems Clubs we want to encourage you, to join the discussion. Bring your own opinions and if you think it is helpful, feel free to bring a short presentation giving a new impulse on the topic at hand. This Systems Club is particularly aimed to discover different methods for mouse behavioral tracking and to discuss them together as well as how to define resilience in general.
2 – 3:30PM: Welcome, Presentations and Discussion Round on:
- The IntelliCage System and Data Analysis using IntelliPy (Nicolas Ruffini)
- VAME & Analysing generic tracking and behavioral data using Resilipy (Vincent Dietrich)
- Using and analyzing data with the LivevMouseTracker System (Saskia Göbler)
3:30 – 4:30PM: Short tours showing the Live Mouse Tracker System and/or the IntelliCage System
- Tour on the IntelliCage System
- Tour on the Live Mouse Tracker System
While you are waiting for your next tour slot or if you are already done, you can start joining the catering and open discussion .
4:30PM – Open End: Discussion with Catering and Wine
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