Webinar: Less traditional research animals
The Swedish 3Rs Center welcomes you to a webinar about less traditional research animals on August 18th.
Welcome to this webinar about less traditional research animals. We have invited five speakers who use different types of animals that might not be seen as traditional when it comes to research. The speakers will talk about potential possibilities and challenges associated with the use of less traditional animals from a 3Rs perspective, as well as how the animals needs can be met.
- The naked mole rat as a model for human diseases – possibilities and challenges:
Klas Abelson, Professor at the Department of Experimental Medicine the University of Copenhagen
- Chickens in research – behaviour, needs and welfare:
Per Jensen, Professor of Ethology at Linköping University
- Drosophilas in research:
Mikaela Ceder, Post doctor at the Department of Immunology, Genetics and Pathology at Uppsala University
- When the research animals are privately owned:
Ingrid Ljungvall, Associate Professor at the Department of Clinical Sciences, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
- Salamanders as research animals:
Matthew Kirkham, Senior Research Scientist at Karolinska Institutet
- Time for questions
The webinar is directed towards everyone that in different forms work with animals in research such as researchers, animal technicians and veterinarians.
Please register here no later than August 17 at 12 PM
Date: August 18
Time: at 10.00-12.00 CET, Swedish time