10th November, 1pm CET
KM-LAS-ED FREE Webinar. "Designing a good score sheet for animal welfare assessment" will be presented by Dr. Philippe Bugnon, DVM, Dipl. SVLAS, Institute of Laboratory Animal Science, University of Zurich, Switzerland. To register CLICK HERE. Registration closes: 9th November.
15th November, 16:00 GMT / 09:00 MST
FREE Responsible Research Webinar - "Practical guide to implementing change within the Laboratory Animal Sciences"
Join Prof Lauren Habernicht (University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus) and Dr Nikki Osborne as they discuss leading changes in the vivarium that impact multiple individuals & teams. Lauren will also answer any questions you have about initiating change at your organization. For more information CLICK HERE.
21st-23rd November, Cambridge, UK
LASA 60th Anniversary Annual Conference. For more information or to register CLICK HERE.
28th-30th November, 09:30-13:30 GMT
Lab Animal Publication School
This publication school is a collaboration with the UK EQUATOR Centre. It is intended to give attendees conducting research using animals or animal-derived material a smooth writing process that results in a published article that is fit for purpose.
For more information visit the COURSE PAGE.
1st December, 2pm CET
KM-LAS-ED FREE Webinar. "Reduction by Design: Three Statistical Principles for Minimising Animal Use" will be presented by Penny S. Reynolds, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesiology, College of Medicine, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA. To register CLICK HERE. Registration closes: 30th November.
4th-6th December, daily 12-4pm GMT
Introduction to Systematic Review & Meta-Analysis of Animal Studies Workshop. For more information or to register CLICK HERE.
6th December, 10-11am GMT
UKRIO FREE webinar - Open research for early career researchers. For more information, or to register CLICK HERE.
8th December, 1pm CET
KM-LAS-ED FREE Webinar. "Do We Need Animals for Scientific Research?" will be presented by Dr. Brian Burlinson, PhD FRSB, UKEMS Fellow, Cambridge, UK. To register CLICK HERE. Registration closes: 7th December.
13th December, 10:00 GMT
FREE Responsible Research Webinar - "Guide to choosing & using antibodies to improve the reproducibility of research"
Join Dr Harvinder Virk (Clinical Researcher, University of Leicester & Only Good Antibodies co-leader) and Dr Nikki Osborne as they discuss the impact that antibody selection can have on the reproducibility of research before introducing the Only Good Antibodies (OGA) community and forum. Harvinder will also answer any questions you have about how to identify, validate and/or select antibodies in research. For more information, or to register to attend CLICK HERE.
8th-10th January, 09:30-12:30 GMT daily
Statistical Analysis for In Vivo and In Vitro Scientists Course. This course is designed to support life science researchers with basic experimental design knowledge to improve their understanding of statistical analysis methods, enable them to select the most appropriate method of statistical analysis for their experimental design and report results in a rigorous and reproducible way.
29th-31st January, 09:30-13:00 GMT daily
PREPARE for Better Science Course.
This course is designed for individuals involved in the care, use and oversight of animals in science, who want to Plan Research and Experimental Procedures on Animals in accordance with published Recommendations for Excellence (the PREPARE guidelines).
21st February, 10-11am GMT
UKRIO FREE webinar - Social media and ethics. For more information, or to register CLICK HERE.
4th-7th March, daily 09:30-12:30 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.
17th April, 10-11am GMT
UKRIO FREE webinar - Decolonised research culture and practice. For more information, or to register CLICK HERE.
NOTE - Are you aware of any future training events that we could add to this calendar? If so, please send us details via email or use the contact us form and we will add them.