We are delighted to announce the following dates for the ‘Animal Research: Critical, Challenging & Creative Thinking’ training course taking place in London.
- Wednesday 18th & Thursday 19th March 2020 (Registration opens January 2020)
- Monday 29th & Tuesday 30th June 2020 (Registration opens April 2020)
The course is essential for all MRC, Wellcome Trust, BBSRC, DEFRA, NERC, NC3Rs, EPSRC or UK medical research charity funded PhD students using animals, animal derived material or animal derived data at any stage during their studentship.
Don’t just take our word for it… Here are just some of the comments received from last years students…“Extremely relevant if going to undertake animal research.”, “It gives a good overview with very strong emphasis on how to prevent pitfalls in poorly planned animal research.”, “Highly recommend”, “Very useful and really enjoyed it, thanks!”, “Its a really good course and worth attending for anyone who is going to use animal models in his/her research”….
Places are limited so early registration is a must.
Attendance is free for students registered at UCL. For more information or to register CLICK HERE.
The course is also free to students registered at KCL, the RVC, Birkbeck, the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and others via the Bloomsbury Postgraduate Skills Network. Students studying at an eligible university can find more information or register HERE.
All questions regarding eligibility or registration should be made directly to UCL or via the Bloomsbury Postgraduate Skills Network using the links above. Questions regarding specific course content or learning outcomes can be directed to email@example.com