** NOTE: This class is in the process of being rescheduled for a later date, and will not take place on Dec. 13th, 2015 as originally posted.
Calling all aspiring neurophysiologists – HiveBio is offering a unique, brand new workshop with opportunities to earn credit from the American Council on Education (ACE). This all-day workshop is targeted to intraoperative monitoring professionals as full participants for 6.25 hours of approved ACE credits in neurophysiologic intraoperative monitoring. Through lectures, brain dissections, and hands-on techniques in brainstem auditory evoked potentials (BAEPs), attendees will learn the essence of advanced surgical procedures and neurophysiology. Full participants working towards accreditation will receive a tuning fork for clinical examination, sheep brain for dissection, and tubing for BAEP testing. Additional attendees may observe the workshop. All participants will be provided with a small breakfast and lunch, included in the workshop fee.
Come join HiveBio and otolaryngologist, Daniel M Zeitler, MD, (Virginia Mason Hospital) and Kenneth A Klettke, CNIM, Specialty Care as they develop your understanding of auditory systems, neurophysiology, and surgical techniques.
Full participants limited to 8, public observers limited to 4.
Looking for some science to do as the weather turns cool and gray?
We’ve posted three new classes for November and December to keep your brain engaged as the weather turns sleepy. Dive into the unseen world of microscopy on November 7th, with Smart Phone microscopy, or get inside your head by getting inside a brain in our Intro to Neurobiology: Sheep Brain Dissection on November 14th. If you’re looking for an early Christmas Gift, our Elephant Toothpaste class on December 12th will bring out your fun-side as you learn some hands-on chemistry!
So get excited about the changing seasons, because it means more chances to do some science with HiveBio! We can’t wait to see you.
Learn more about these classes and how to register for them here.