Hosted by the Royal Society of Biology and Home Office Animals in Science Regulation Unit (ASRU), this annual one day meeting aims to bring together senior representatives from sectors involved in animal science across the UK. Invited guests will include academics, representatives from veterinary and animal technician associations, Government staff in regulatory and advisory roles and representatives from the industry and charity sectors.
The meeting will feature discussion of:
- scientific advances in the study of animal welfare;
- communication between tiers of the animal research licencing system;
- opportunities for reduction in the use of genetically modified animal models;
- robustness and reproducibility in animal research;
- systematic review and meta-analysis of animal studies;
- peer review and interaction with the 3Rs;
- and refinement when in vivo experiments are needed.
The day will be a combination of talks, panel discussions and workshops.
If you know a colleague who might be interested or benefit from taking part in the meeting, please share the following information with them.
If you are interested in applying, please send:
- Your name
- Your job title
- Your organisation’s name
- a URL link to your online CV / biography (e.g. institution website, LinkedIn profile)
Please apply by Friday 3rd November. The organisers will contact all applicants by Friday 17th November with the outcome of their application. Further details will be available closer to the date of the event.