Program

THE MOST IMPORTANT ANIMAL IN THE LAB – THE HUMAN
QUALITY CONTROL PROGRAMS FOR RODENTS
LABORATORY ANIMAL WELFARE ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES
IACUC MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
ALTERNATIVES- DIFFERENT VISION
LEADERSHIP STRATEGIES
VIEW OF COMPARATIVE PRIMATE NEUROSCIENCE-CONDUCTING RESEARCH TO BENEFIT HUMAN MENTAL WELFARE,
GENETIC AND PHENOTYPE DIVERSITY OF MICE -MICE DISEASES
STRATEGIES AND APPROACHES FOR IMPROVING ANIMAL WELFARE
WHAT’S YOU DIAGNOSIS-FACILITY DIAGNOSTIC ISSUES
QUALITY OF TEACHING COURSES- FELASA /ICLAS
LAV'S IN PROMOTING RESPONSIBLE SCIENCE
HUMANE ENDPOINTS
IMPACT OF LEGISLATION ON RESEARCH
WHAT IS YOUR DIGNOSTIC - DISEASES
IACUCS

National and international speakers will approach relevant subjects including:

PATOLOGY- WHAT IS YOUR DIAGNOSTIC
ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
HANDS ON- PRACTICAL PROCEDURES IN RODENTS
ZEBRAFISH
IACUCS- MOST FREQUENT QUESTIONS

Some Short Courses

Some of the invited speakers

DR. BRYAN HOWARD
Received the Bennet Cohen Award in 2017. He has been a board member of the National Centre for the Replacement, Refinement and Reduction of Animals in Research (NC3Rs), and chairman of the Universities Federation for Animal Welfare (UFAW). He was a member of the COST Management Committee (initiative for European Cooperation in Scientific and Technical Research) Action B24.
DRA. CYNTHIA PEKOW
Cindy Pekow – veterinarian. She works at the Sistema de Cuidado de la Salud, VA Puget Sound – Seattle, University of Washington. She works in many international organizations including ICLAS (secretary general) and AAALAC (ad hoc member). She was AALAS President in 2003.
DRA KATHRYN BAYNE
Dr. Bayne is Chief Executive Officer for AAALAC International,.Dr. Bayne has held several leadership positions including service as President of the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine, the Association of Primate Veterinarians, as well as the District of Columbia Veterinary Medical Association. She is past Chair of the American Veterinary Medical Association’s Animal Welfare Committee and was the inaugural Chair of the American Society of Laboratory Animal Practitioner’s Animal Welfare Committee. Dr. Bayne was the 2009 recipient of the American Veterinary Medical Association’s Animal Welfare Award and the 2012 recipient of the Charles River Prize.
Dr. GILLY GRIFFIN
Dr Griffin has also spent many years working to further the concept of the Three Rs as a research scientist; as managing editor of ATLA, the peer-review journal published by the UK-based Fund for the Replacement of Animals in Medical Experiments; and as Executive Director of the Canadian Centre for Alternatives to Animals in Research. She now heads the Standards and Maintenance team of the CCAC, where she continues to develop guidelines, champion the principles of the Three Rs, and foster national and international collaborations to improve the ethics and care of animals in science.