Don’t Miss Out on RACE Continuing Education Credits! The Laboratory Animal Sciences Online Conference Starts This Week.
Responsible laboratory animal care is a critical component of any research project. Join LabRoots and a variety of experts from academia, government, and industry to ensure a safe and healthy environment for animals. This year’s theme of advances and challenges in the field will educate attendees on new management, enrichment and procedural techniques that will surely prove invaluable.
The 2017 conference is approved by the American Association of Veterinary State Boards for Continuing Education for veterinarians and veterinary technicians to receive RACE CE credits, and also meets AALAS and CALAS continuing education criteria. Continuing education and certification aids in improving and maintaining animal care and research standards.
Below are the RACE certified speakers presenting February 8-9, 2017:
February 8th RACE Presentations
- Impact of Two Formulations of Buprenorphine on Postsurgical Condition in Mice – Nicole Herndon, DVM
- Producing Petri Puppies: Gamete Collection and In Vitro Fertilization in the Domestic Dog – Jennifer Nagashima, PhD
- KEYNOTE: Rodent Surgery… Aseptic Technique Made Easy… and Other Tips – Marcel Perret-Gentil, DVM, MS
- Biosecurity, Reproductive and Social Management of Cat Research Colonies – James Kehler VMD, PhD
- Obtaining non-invasive readouts and early safety signals from rodent models – Laura Schaevitz, PhD
- Availability and Management of Genetically Engineered Swine Models for Biomedical Research – Eric Walters, PhD
- Creating and Maintaining an Effective and Efficient In-Vivo Surgical Training Program – Matthew Flegal, BS, SRS
- Safety and pharmacokinetic profiles of different buprenorphine SR doses in a rabbit model – Andrea Zanetti, DVM, PhD, SRS
- Alternative Delivery Methods for Post-Operative Analgesia Using Meloxicam in Mice – Angela Mexas, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DACLAM and CJ Doane, DVM, DACLAM
- Acclimation of Training Animals for Standard Handling, Restraint and Laboratory Techniques – Kaile Bennett, B.S., R.L.A.T.G.
- Continuous Professional Development (CPD) in Laboratory Animal Science, a continuous improvement in animal welfare and science – Patri Vergara, DVM, PhD, DipECLAM
- Combining practical training with virtual training in the continuous development of lab animal vets – Axel Kornerup Hansen, DVM
- Education and training from knowledge acquisition to continuous professional development – Marcel Gyger, PhD
- Professional Development: Cornerstone of a Strong Animal Care and Use Program – Nicole Duffee, DVM, PhD and Ann Turner PhD, FASAE, CAE
- Education/Training/CPD from the Chinese perspective – Wanyong (William) Pang, BVM, MS, PhD, DACLAM
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