The one-week course is focused on behavioral studies and gives an introduction to behavioral studies in animals, the use of laboratory animals, and common and novel methodological applications.
Join this online seminar of the 3R-Center Tübingen with Julia Marzi and Torsten Mayr (Tübingen University, NMI Natural and Medical Science Institute & Graz University of Technology, PyroScience GmbH).
Join this 3R Winter Webinar Series by the New Jersey Association For Biomedical Research (NJABR). This time with Denice O’Connell (AbbVie) and Carolyn Allen (AbbVie). Register now!
Learn about experimental design and statistics to generate results from animal experiments that are more reliable, robust and reproducible. Register until 09.12.2022!
This online course aims ati improving the consistency and reproducibility of studies of laboratory animal researchers by putting the PREPARE guidelines into practice. Register now!
Eine Online-Seminarreihe mit spannenden Themen rund um die 3Rs in der Versuchstierkunde, diesmal mit Elizabeth Nunamaker (Charles River, USA).
Join this 3R Winter Webinar Series by the New Jersey Association For Biomedical Research (NJABR). This time with Karena E. Thek (MBA, CMA R, CSSGB, National Sales Manager, Bio-Serv). Register now!
Join Dr. Paul Whaley and Dr. Nikki Osborne as they discuss how we can improve peer review of in vitro studies in this free Responsible Research in Practice webinar. Register now!
The GGL hosts an online seminar about procedures on animals used for scientific purposes, this time with Prof. Dr. Nadine Paßlack (JLU).
Join this seminar about methods to study the human brain in health and disease orgnaized by the Swedish 3Rs Center. This is a in-person event and will take place in Gothenburg, Sweden. Register until 12.12.22!
Join this year's Swiss Reproducibility Network Meeting and Swiss Reproducibility Awards in-person in Berne, Switzerland. Registration is open until 16.12.2022!
Join this online demonstration of Dr. Esther Pearl (NC3Rs) to learn about an online software to help researchers design robust in vivo experiments that are more likely to give reproducible results.