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Future Training Events Calendar 2024

2024 Training Events

Check out details of future training events listed below.

JULY

 

18th July, 16:00-18:00 BST - NC3Rs Virtual workshop: Using the Experimental Design Assistant. For more information or to register CLICK HERE.

30th July, 14:00-16:00 BST

LIVE Online Mindset Awareness Workshop. This workshop is designed to enable participants to begin to learn about their own mindset and how it influences their behaviours. We will explore how it feels to work with a mindset of growth and survival and introduce some practices for growth. Participants will leave better able to recognise when they are in survival and develop strategies to return themselves to a mindset of growth.

For more information or to register to attend CLICK HERE.

 

AUGUST

20th-23rd August, Bergen, Norway - Summer school on systematic reviews organised by Norecopa and the University of Bergen and led by experts from the University of Zurich. For more information or to register before 1st July visit norecopa.no/summer-school-on-systematic-reviews-of-animal-studies/

 

SEPTEMBER 

11th September, 14:00-15:00 BST

FREE Responsible Research Webinar: The gut microbiome of research animals – Implications and remedies for reproducibility and translatability. During this webinar Dr Aaron Ericsson (Director, University of Missouri Metagenomics Center) will discuss the gut microbiome of animal models in general, plus its implications for model reproducibility before answering any questions the audience may have.

For more information or to register to attend CLICK HERE.

23rd-25th Sept, daily 09:30-13:30 BST

Lab Research Publication School. This publication school is run in collaboration with the UK EQUATOR Centre and is for researchers at any stage of their career who are actively involved in the reporting or communication of in vivo or in vitro studies.

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

30th Sept-3rd Oct, daily 14:00-17:00 BST

Responsible Aquatic Animal Research: Critical, Challenging & Creative Thinking Course. This guide to Responsible Aquatic Animal Research is perfect for anyone conducting, or overseeing research using aquatic species or derived materials. Tutors Dr Chloe Stevens & Dr Nikki Osborne will bring attendees 100% up to date with best practice and how to implement it.

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

OCTOBER

7th-9th October, 09:30-12:30 BST 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.

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

16th October, 14:00-15:00 BST

FREE Responsible Research Webinar: A 3-stage strategy to improve the efficiency and reproducibility of your experiments. During this webinar Dr Simon Bates & Prof Clare Stanford will discuss the differences between pilot study, hypothesis generating and hypothesis confirming study design. They will also share a 3-stage strategy that will both strengthen reproducibility through improved experimental design and reduce the number of animals needed for in vivo studies.

For more information or to register to attend CLICK HERE.

 

NOVEMBER

13th November, 14:00-15:00 BST

FREE Responsible Research Webinar: Practical guidance for breeding & management of laboratory animal colonies. During this webinar Dr Ellen Forty & Dr Sarah Johnson will discuss the importance of applying best practice in breeding and colony management of lab animals to achieve 3Rs impacts and improve scientific outcomes. They will also share details of freely available tools and resources.

For more information or to register to attend CLICK HERE.

18th-20th November 2024 - LASA's 61st Annual Conference. For more information or to register CLICK HERE.

 

DECEMBER

18th December, 14:00-15:00 BST

FREE Responsible Research Webinar: Title TBC. During this webinar we will discuss open research practices in animal research.

For more information or to register to attend 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.

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