BBL Training Workshop: Observational Methods, Physiology, and Salivary Bioscience

The UNC School of Nursing Biobehavioral Laboratory (BBL) presents a training program on observational and physiologic research methods and their integration.

When Aug 07, 2017 08:00 AM to
Aug 08, 2017 04:30 PM
Where Carrington Hall room L700
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Attendees Researchers, students, and anyone using biobehavioral methods in their research
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Have you seen the calls for biobehavioral methods from funding agencies like the National Institutes of Health? Have you considered using these methods in your research but wondered how to get started?

The UNC School of Nursing Biobehavioral Laboratory will present a training program on observational and physiologic research methods and their integration on Monday, August 7th followed by an overview of salivary bioscience on Tuesday, August 8th.
For those interested in mentored in-laboratory training in collecting and analyzing their own salivary cortisol samples, a Hands-on Salivary Assay Lab in our Salimetrics Center of Excellence designated lab (limited to 4 participants; 2:1 student/instructor ratio) will be offered on Wednesday, August 9th. This lab is a full day experience.

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