Nerve Excitability Workshop 2016 11th May 201629th July 2020 Digitimer Nerve Excitability Workshop 2016 Nerve Excitability Workshop 2016 – A Sell Out Once Again The Nerve Excitability Workshop 2016 was the latest in a series of clinical neurophysiology training courses which have been running under the direction of Professor Emeritus Hugh Bostock (University College London) since its inception. Aimed at clinical neurophysiologists who were wishing to include nerve excitability studies alongside standard nerve conduction tests, it was also of value to neurologists and neuroscientists interested in peripheral nerve pathophysiology. The residential workshop mixed lectures on ion channel biophysics and conduction theory with practical sessions, drawing on the expertise of an internationally renowned teaching faculty. Digitimer supported the workshop with equipment including our DS5 Stimulators, D440-2 Isolated Amplifiers and the Hum Bug Noise Eliminator, which was used in conjunction with threshold tracking data acquisition software (QtracW), developed by Professor Bostock. The workshop took place at the beginning of May and was fully booked several months beforehand, however, if you or a colleague is interested in attending the next workshop (date to be decided), please contact Digitimer to express an interest.