Posted by Karl E. Huggins on August 18, 2001 at 13:39:44:
For those of you who are interested, there is still space available in the Advanced Decompression Physiology Seminar being offered at the Catalina Hyperbaric Chamber on September 8th and 9th.
The course will be taught by Michael R. Powell, Ph.D., Head of the Environmental Physiology and Biophysics Department at the NASA/Johnson Space Center. Starting with a historical perspective of decompression research, he will cover aspects of gas exchange; oxygen and oxygen toxicity; and Doppler bubble detection. Most of the program will focus on bubble development and growth; decompression sickness; gas phase research; bubble control; and the influence of diving decompression research on space decompression and vice versa.
Course fee of $180 covers course materials, housing Saturday night at the Wrigley Marine Science Center, and meals from Lunch Saturday through Lunch Sunday.
Additional information and registration forms can be found at: http://wrigley.usc.edu/hyperbaric/advdeco.htm
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