This is an organization for board certified veterinary medical specialists who are experts in the humane, proper and safe care and use of laboratory animals.
Organizations: Research Animals
Dedicated to the humane care and treatment of laboratory animals and quality research. Organizes an annual national meeting, conducts the Technician Certification Program, publishes peer-reviewed journals and newsletters, and serves as an information resource for people who work in laboratory animal science.
The AVMA represents veterinarians who work in all aspects of the veterinary field, including private and corporate practice, government, industry, academia, and uniformed services.
The ABMA is an organization of animal professionals interested in enhancing animal care through training and enrichment.
A private, non-profit organization that promotes laboratory animal welfare and administers an accreditation program for institutions that meet or exceed standards in the care of animals used in research, teaching or testing.
Provides information for laws, regulations, standards and enforcement policies for animal feeds.
Members are veterinarians working with nonhuman primates in zoos and research settings as well as breeders. The Publications page of the web site contains a link to the Primate Formulary (Excel Worksheet|175 KB) under Formulary and Handbooks section, Login is required, compiled by D. Rick Lee and C.J. Doane, in Microsoft Excel format.
The goals of ANZCCART are to promote the responsible use of animals in research and teaching and encourage informed discussion within the community.
Content presented in Portuguese, including the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals.
CCAC is the national organization responsible for setting and maintaining standards for the care and use of animals in research, teaching and testing throughout Canada.