Office of the Vice President for Research

Peripheral Nerve Traffic Analyzer System 

Model # of equipment:

ADI

Brief Description of equipment:

Microneurography system, with pre-amplifier.

Capabilities of the equipment:

Used for the in vivo recording of multi-unit action potentials from autonomic efferent and sersor afferent peripheral nerves.

Location of equipment:

251 Irvine Hall, OMNI

Procedure for access to the equipment:

Contact Thad Wilson

Contact person for information or access to the equipment:

Name: Thad Wilson

Phone: 740.593.2378

Email: wilsont1@ohio.edu

Training/technical help available?

Yes.

Fees for use of equipment?

Not generally.

Website link for facility/equipment:

www.ohio.edu/omni

The Ohio Musculoskeletal and Neurological Institute (OMNI) is an 8,300 square foot facility located on the second floor of Irvine Hall that houses numerous laboratories and core facilities designed to facilitate interdisciplinary research on the musculoskeletal and nervous systems. It provides an optimal setting for conducting controlled studies by both basic and clinical investigators.OMNI has the research infrastructure for investigators who conduct research with human subjects, including a patient reception area, two patient examination rooms, an overnight stay suite, a metabolic kitchen, an exercise physiology laboratory, a clinical trials management suite, and a bioanalytics laboratory.