Experimental Design and 3Rs Training Workshop

The UK DRI supports researchers in the development and use of tools and models that can improve animal welfare.

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Application of the 3Rs plays an essential role in achieving scientific excellence. At UK DRI we support our researchers in the development and use of tools and models that can improve animal welfare.

This workshop will address some key topics around animal welfare, humane endpoints, and management of genetically modified lines with severe phenotypes.

This workshop is open to ALL researchers from UK DRI host universities.

Please register via Zoom if you would like to attend.

Programme
  • Monday 24 January 2022

    11:00 / Welcome

    11:05 / Who are the NC3Rs and how can they help your research?
    Drs Ellen Forty and Laura McKillop (Regional Programme Managers, NC3Rs)

    11:50 / Key considerations and resources for designing rigorous animal experiments
    Dr Esther Pearl (Programme Manager – Experimental Design, NC3Rs)

    13:15 / Break (30 min)

    13:45 / Implementing 3Rs and promoting welfare in neurological studies: early recognition of adverse effects and humane endpoints
    Dr Lucy Whitfield (OWL Vets)

    14:45 / Break (15 min)

    15:00 / Best Practice in managing adverse phenotypes in genetically altered mice
    Dr Lucy Whitfield (OWL vets)

    16:00 / ‘Caring for the elderly’ – A guide to looking after older rodents

    Dr Caroline Chadwick (University of Birmingham)

    17:00 / Discussion and Closing remarks

Dr Esther Pearl of the NC3Rs will give a live demonstration of the Experimental Design Assistant (EDA) on Thursday 27 January at 4pm. The EDA is online software that helps researchers design more rigorous in vivo experiments. The demonstration will be relevant to anyone involved in planning and designing experiments or teaching experimental design.

More info: https://nc3rs.org.uk/virtual-d...

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