Future Events Calendar 2021/22

NOVEMBER

12th November 2021, 1pm CET

FREE LAS CPD webinar  “Sex bias in preclinical research, why it exists and how to drive change” presented by Natasha Karp, Associate Director, Biostatistician, Data Sciences & Quantitative Biology, Discovery Sciences, R&D, AstraZeneca, Cambridge, UK. For more information, or to register by 10th November visit REGISTRATION LAS CPD webinar.

15th - 18th November 2021, daily 10:00-12:30 GMT

Responsible 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 by 12 noon on Friday 12th November 2021 - REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED. For future course dates scroll down or visit the COURSE PAGE.

16th-18th & 23rd-25th November 2021, 13:00-16:30 daily

LASA Annual Conference - Theme: Coronavirus (Covid-19). Join in this online conference and virtual exhibition. For more information visit www.lasa.co.uk

18th November 2021, 12:30-14:00 CET

Replacing basement membrane extracts (BMEs) Webinar Series: Session 3 - BMEs and replacements for clinical application areas. This webinar series from a cross-European group of 3Rs centres aims to explore the challenges and opportunities when it comes to replacing BMEs, from research through to application. For more information, or to register for one or multiple webinars CLICK HERE.

26th November 2021, 1pm CET

FREE LAS CPD webinar  “What analgesic dose should I use and why?” presented by Paul A. Flecknell, Emeritus Professor at Newcastle University, and lead consultant at Flaire Ltd., U.K. For more information, or to register by 24th November visit REGISTRATION LAS CPD webinar.

 

DECEMBER

2nd December 2021, 12:30-14:00 CET

Replacing basement membrane extracts (BMEs) Webinar Series: Session 4 - The future of BMEs and their replacements: A panel discussion. This webinar series from a cross-European group of 3Rs centres aims to explore the challenges and opportunities when it comes to replacing BMEs, from research through to application. For more information, or to register for one or multiple webinars CLICK HERE.

10th December 2021, 3pm CET

FREE LAS CPD webinar  “Translational Potential of Rats in Research” presented by Dr. Sara Hashway, DVM, DACLAM, University of Colorado, Boulder, U.S.. For more information, or to register by 8th December visit REGISTRATION LAS CPD webinar.

14th December 2021, 9:55-15:45 GMT

RSPCA Lay Members' Forum. This online meeting will discuss a range of topics including: the Animals in Science Regulation Unit Change Programme; animal welfare and the 3Rs; training in ethics and the Culture of Care; and the role of the Lay Member. For more information contact animalsinscience@rspca.org.uk

 

2022

JANUARY

10th - 13th January 2022, daily 10:00-12:30 GMT

Responsible 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 by 12 noon on Friday 7th January 2022 CLICK HERE.

19th January, 10:00 GMT

FREE Responsible Research Webinar - "Guide to improving reproducibility by networking". Join Prof Marcus Munafò and Dr Nikki Osborne as they discuss the role of coordinated and collective action to tackle reproducibility issues and how you can get involved – wherever in the world you may be.

For more information, or to register CLICK HERE.

31st January - 2nd February, daily 9:30-12:30 GMT

Statistical Analysis for In Vivo and In Vitro Scientists Course. This course is designed to support life science researchers to select the most appropriate method of statistical analysis for their experimental design and to report results in a rigorous and reproducible way.

For more information, or to register CLICK HERE.

 

MARCH

7th - 10th March 2022, daily 10:00-12:30 GMT

Responsible 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 by 12 noon on Friday 4th March 2022 CLICK HERE.

28th March - 7th April 2022, 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 March CLICK HERE

29th March - 1st April 2022, 

IAT Congress 2022, Harrogate, UK. This years theme is "Animal Technologists – the key workers for medical research". For more information or to register CLICK HERE.

 

JUNE

27th - 30th June 2022, daily 10:00-12:30 GMT

Responsible 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 by 12 noon on Friday 24th June 2022 CLICK HERE.

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