Future Events Calendar 2020/2021

MAY

17th - 27th May 2021, Monday-Thursday daily 10:00-12:00 BST

LIVE Improving Reproducibility for Advanced Life Science Researchers Course. This is everything you need to know to be able to plan, supervise, conduct, analyse and disseminate in vivo or in vitro research in accordance with best practice.

Registration closed. For more information CLICK HERE

19th May 2021, 13:30-16:00 BST

Organ on a Chip Symposium including keynote speaker Dr Shannon Stott – Harvard Medical School presenting "Microfluidics for the Interrogation of Complex Clinical Specimens". For more information, or to register CLICK HERE.

20th May 2021

UKRIO Annual Conference (postponed from 16th October 2020 due to Covid-19). This event is for subscriber organisations. For more information, or to book a place visit https://ukrio.org/events/

25th May 2021, 2pm onwards BST

6th Meeting of LASA Large Animal Research Network (LARN) - Day 3: Refining sheep models and learning more about influenza in pigs. For more information or to register CLICK HERE

28th May 2021, 10am BST

FREE Responsible Research 1 hour Webinar. Join us for this "Statistical guide to developing robust preclinical in vitro and in vivo assays" session with guest speaker Katrina Gore. We will be discussing the experimental design and statistical analysis challenges that arise when developing novel in vitro or in vivo preclinical research assays. Plus, a tool to document the strengths, weaknesses, and precision of an assay and provide transparency on the interpretation of the assay’s results. For more information, or to register CLICK HERE.

 

JUNE

3rd June 2021, 3pm CEST

FREE LAS CPD webinar  “Therioepistemology and The Future of Preclinical Models” presented by Dr. Joseph P. Garner, Associate Professor, Department of Comparative Medicine, Stanford University, U.S.  For more information, or to register by 1st June visit REGISTRATION LAS CPD webinar

14th - 17th June 2021, daily 10:00-12:30 BST

LIVE Animal Research: Critical, Challenging & Creative Thinking Course. This guide to Responsible Animal Research is perfect for anyone starting to conduct, or oversee research using animals or animal derived materials.

For more information, or to register CLICK HERE

15th June 2021, 4pm CEST

FREE LAS CPD webinar  “Providing a good death to lab animals: the use of CO2 and barriers to refinements” presented by Prof. Daniel Weary, University of British Columbia, Canada.  For more information, or to register by 13th June visit REGISTRATION LAS CPD webinar

16th & 17th June 2021, daily 14:00-18:15 CEST

2021 AAALAC International European Conference. Registration is required for this FREE event to be held virtualy via Zoom on two consecutive afternoons. For more information and to register visit www.aaalac.org/education-outreach/european-conference-2021-registration/

23rd June 2021, 10am BST

FREE Responsible Research 1 hour Webinar. Join us for this "Returning to animal research: Guide to managing post-pandemic experimental variables" session with guest speaker Dr Vootele Voikar and panelist Prof Clare Stanford. We will be discussing how to take into account the impact that the sudden reduction and subsequent increase in human foot fall within animal units may have on the behaviour and physiological responses of experimental animals. For more information, or to register CLICK HERE.

28th June - 5th July 2021, Monday-Thursday daily 10:00-12:00 BST

LIVE Improving Reproducibility for Advanced Life Science Researchers Course. This is everything you need to know to be able to plan, supervise, conduct, analyse and disseminate in vivo or in vitro research in accordance with best practice. For more information, or to register by 12 noon on Friday 25th June CLICK HERE

29th & 30th June 2021

8th UFAW Recent Advances In Animal Welfare Science conference (taking place vitually). More information available soon.

 

JULY

9th July 2021, 10am BST

FREE Responsible Research 1 hour Webinar. Join us for this "How to perform a systematic review in biomedical research; lessons to improve reproducibility and rigour" session with guest speaker Dr Shona Lang. We will be discussing what conducting a systematic review involves and the insights that systematic reviews can provide to better inform how experiments are designed, conducted, analysed and communicated. For more information, or to register CLICK HERE.

19th - 22nd July 2021, daily 10:00-12:30 BST

Animal Research: Critical, Challenging & Creative Thinking Course. This guide to Responsible Animal Research is perfect for anyone starting to conduct, or oversee research using animals or animal derived materials.

For more information, or to register CLICK HERE

 

AUGUST

22nd-26th August 2021

11th World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in Research. The theme is '3Rs in transition, from development to application'. For more information visit https://wc11maastricht.org/.

 

SEPTEMBER

15th September 2021, 10am BST

FREE Responsible Research 1 hour Webinar. Join us for this "Guide to protocol registration for preclinical animal studies" session with guest speaker Julian Menon. We will be discussing the benefits for the research community and individual researchers from accessing and using preclinical or animal study protocol registries. Julia will also provide an overview of the different available platforms and the process of protocol registration.
For more information, or to register CLICK HERE.

27th-29th September 2021

ENRIO Congress for Research Integrity Practice, Helsinki and Espoo, Finland (postponed from5th-7th October 2020 due to Covid-19). Registration opens April 2021. For more information visit http://www.enrio.eu/congress2021/.

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