27th & 28th November: Animal Research - Critical, Challenging & Creative Thinking Course - This 2-day course for PhD & MPhil students will take place at University College London and is open to students from all institutions within the Bloomsbury Postgraduate Skills Network. For more information or to register please visit Animal Research: Critical, Challenging & Creative Thinking
24th November: "Bridging the Gap - Making Research Integrity Relevant" This session took place during the LASA Annual Conference. The session was an introduction to Research Integrity (RI) for laboratory animal scientists and explored what the topic means in practice. Copies of the session presentation are available from the resources section of this website.
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1st-4th October: TT2017 - The 14th Transgenic Technology Meeting will be taking place in Salt Lake City, Utah. For more information or to register please visit www.istt2017.com
We are based in West Sussex, located close to Gatwick Airport and within easy reach of London by train.
13th December: Responsible Animal Research - This 1-day workshop is the first to run in Spain and will take place at the University Miguel Hernandez. For more information or to register please visit 1st Conference on Scientific Reproducibility: Responsible Animal Research
5th May: UKRIO Annual Conference. The fourth annual research integrity conference focused on how to support a culture of high quality and ethical research. Speakers discussed how to respond to common issues and pitfalls and provided updates on new developments within the sector. A selection of material (including Nikki's session "Research Integrity for the Biosciences) is available to view HERE
25-26th September: LAVA/ESLAV/ECLAM Conference on Reproducibility of Animal Studies - This event taking place in Edinburgh will focus on how veterinarians and scientists can positively influence the 'reproducibility of animal studies'. Topics will include: responsible research; experimental design; funding body & regulators perspectives on reproducibility; the influence of designated veterinarians on reproducibility; how husbandry and animal welfare can influence reproducibility. For more information or to register please visit www.lavaeslaveclam.efconference.co.uk/