Symposium on Social Housing of Laboratory Animals, 2016
The following are a selection of presentations from a symposium that was co-hosted by NIH, USDA, OLAW, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, and Johns Hopkins Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing (CAAT) on March 17-18, 2016 at the University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in Davis, California.
These presentations are being hosted by Animal Welfare Information Center, a service of The National Agricultural Library. Staff do not edit or otherwise modify the original materials. The views expressed in the presentations do not necessarily reflect the policies of the National Agricultural Library or the United States Department of Agriculture.
The 2016 Symposium on Social Housing of Laboratory Animals playlist can be viewed on YouTube or as individual videos below.
Organizers Welcome Speaker: Joanne Zurlo, Johns Hopkins Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing
Keynote: Understanding Cohesion and Collapse in Macaques Societies for Social Management
Purposes Speaker: Brenda McCowan, UC Davis
Tales from an Infectious Disease Researcher: Why Social Housing Conditions Matter Speakers: Kelly Metcalf-Pate, Johns Hopkins
Current Viewpoints from Regulators and Peer Reviewers Speaker: Carol Clarke, USDA, APHIS, Animal Care
Current Viewpoints from Regulators and Peer Reviewers Speaker: Pat Brown, NIH, OLAW
Current Viewpoints from Regulators and Peer Reviewers Speaker: John Bradfield, AAALAC
Sex Differences in the Role of Temperament and Physical Factors in Pairing Compatibility Speaker: John Capitanio, UC Davis
Environmental Enrichment of Zebrafish Speaker: Doreen Bartlett, NIH, OLAW
Environmental Enrichment of Amphibians Speaker: Jim Cox, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Social Housing of Swine: Ethological and Cognitive Well-being Considerations Speaker: Eric Hutchinson, National Institutes of Health