Future Events Calendar 2022

2022

JULY

13th July, 10:00 BST

FREE Responsible Research Webinar - "Exploring the Role of Engagement in Research". Join Dr Ken Skeldon MBE (Research Engagement Manager at the University of Glasgow) and Dr Nikki Osborne as they discuss what research engagement is and share thoughts on how to plan, deliver and evaluate engagement activity for the benefit of all involved.

For more information, or to view on demand visit our webinars page.

13th July, 15:30 BST

NC3Rs International 3Rs Prize Presentation. The prize recognises excellence in published research with 3Rs impacts and has been awarded to Dr Daniel Ferreira for his research paper on alternative technologies to make organ-on-a-chip systems more accessible to labs worldwide. For more information or to register CLICK HERE.

21st July, 10:00 BST

NC3Rs / MRC joint webinar on using both sexes in animal experiments. This webinar with Dr Natasha Karp and Dr Sara Wells will explore how to address common challenges when planning, conducting and analysing animal experiments involving both sexes. For more information or to register CLICK HERE.

27th July, 16:00 BST

Live virtual demonstration of the NC3Rs Experimental Design Assistant Tool. For more information or to register CLICK HERE.

 

SEPTEMBER

6th September, 13-15:00 CEST

Swedish 3Rs Center Online Workshop: Stress-reduced handling of rats and mice. For more information or to register CLICK HERE.

7th September, 10:00 BST

FREE Responsible Research Webinar - "Developing a standardised approach to the ethical review of animal materials". Join Carol Smee (Head of Research Governance at the Wellcome Sanger Institute) and Dr Nikki Osborne as they share an update on the Animal Materials Working Group project to develop a standardised best practice approach.

For more information, or to register to attend CLICK HERE.

7th-9th September

Reproducibility, Replicability and Trust in Science hybrid conference meeting. The various approaches to effecting culture change will be explored in this years programme. For more information or to register CLICK HERE.

13th-15th September, 09:30-13:00 BST daily

PREPARE for Better Science Course. This course is a collaborative effort with NORECOPA and is designed to support laboratory animal researchers to enhance the rigour and reproducibility of their studies by putting the PREPARE guidelines into practice when planning research and experimental procedures on animals.

For more information visit the COURSE PAGE, or to register CLICK HERE.

19th-21st September, daily 9:30-12:30 BST

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 visit the COURSE PAGE. To register before Friday 9th September CLICK HERE.

 

OCTOBER

3rd - 6th October 2022, daily 10:00-12:30 BST

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 visit the COURSE PAGE, or to register by Friday 30th September 2022 CLICK HERE.

12th October, 10:00 BST

FREE Responsible Research Webinar - "Illustrative guide to replacing an animal research model". Join Dr Adrian Biddle (Queen Mary University London) and Dr Nikki Osborne as they discuss a lab's approach and experience of developing novel in vitro research models to replace the use of animals in cancer research.

For more information, or to register to attend CLICK HERE.

26th October, 10-12:00 CEST

Swedish 3Rs Center Online Workshop: Stress-reduced handling of rats and mice. For more information or to register CLICK HERE.

 

NOVEMBER

11th November, 10:00 GMT

FREE Responsible Research Webinar - "Title to be confirmed". Join Dr Bella Williams (Understanding Animal Research) and Dr Nikki Osborne as they discuss why openness about animal research is important and how to be part of the change

For more information, or to register to attend CLICK HERE.

15th November, 13-18:00 CET

EPAA Annual Conference - “Accelerating the Transition to Animal-Free, Sustainable Innovation”. During this event participants will learn about European Partnership for Alternative Approaches to Animal Testing achievements in 2022, the EPAA 3Rs Science Prize winner will be announced, and challenges discuss regarding making animal-free sustainable innovation a reality within the EU. For more information CLICK HERE.

21st - 25th November

Recognition, prevention and alleviation of pain and distress in laboratory animals workshop with Professor Paul Flecknell and Dr Matt Leach. For more information or to register CLICK HERE.

22nd & 23rd November, UK

LASA Annual Conference 2022. This face to face meeting will take place over 2-full days with the program based upon the theme of Innovations & Technologies for Welfare and Research Excellence! For more information visit www.lasa.co.uk/lasameetings, or contact info@lasa.co.uk.

 

DECEMBER

14th December, 10:00 GMT

FREE Responsible Research Webinar - "Title to be confirmed". Join Dr Kay Guccione (Head of Research Culture & Researcher Development, University of Glasgow) and Dr Nikki Osborne as they discuss mentoring and supervision.

For more information, or to register to attend CLICK HERE.

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