How housing affects laboratory rodent health and research results: An animal welfare perspective on preclinical replicability and translatability

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Location

Hybrid

In person: PAHL 1800

Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/94717556864

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CCSAW’s 2022-2023 research seminars kick off in September, starting with the youngest speaker: our very own Jessica Cait, a PhD Candidate in Guelph’s Integrative Biology department.

Her seminar’s entitled How housing affects laboratory rodent health and research results: An animal welfare perspective on preclinical replicability and translatability.

In it, she’ll ask whether the welfare of research animals, and the effects this has on health, has implications for the research data they generate. She’ll be talking about some recent published work (https://bmcbiol.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12915-021-01184-0), and some brand new analyses hot off the press.

Please join us at 12:30 pm EDT on Wed. Sept. 28th, either in person in Pathobiology room 1800 (with coffee and dessert afterwards!), or by Zoomhttps://zoom.us/j/94717556864

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