Wednesday 10 June 2015 09:15 to 18:00
In partnership with the Society of Biology’s Animal Sciences Group we are hosting a one day symposium on 10 June in central London to showcase the latest scientific and technological advances in the 3Rs. Speakers include:
- Dr Lindsay Benson, University of Oxford
Thermal imaging as a method of assessing body temperature of rodents
- Professor J. Douglas Armstrong, Actual Analytics
From rodent big brother to rodent little brother - bringing experimental analysis into the home cage
- Professor Penny Reynolds, Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center, USA
Methods or madness? Combat casualty care, animal model construction, and relevance to clinical outcomes
- Professor Sean Hill, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
Human brain project: in silico neuroscience
- Dr Geraldine Hamilton, Emulate, USA
Organs-on-chips: a living platform for generating human relevant data
- Professor Nic Wells, Royal Veterinary College
Points to consider in the design of animal experiments
The symposium is primarily for scientists but vets and animal care staff working with laboratory animals are welcome to attend. The draft meeting agenda can be found here.
It is free to attend but registration is essential. The deadline for registration is 25 May.
We have allocated four 15 minute slots for presentations from early career researchers. If you are interested in speaking at the symposium please complete the form and submit by 18 May. We will let you know if you have been selected by 22 May.
There is also the opportunity to present a poster. Please complete the form and submit by 18 May. We will let you know if you have been selected by 22 May.
This event has been approved for the purposes of CPD by the Society of Biology and can count as 24 CPD points.