Symposium on Social Housing of Laboratory Animals, 2014
The following are a selection of presentations from a symposium that was co-hosted by NIH, USDA, OLAW, University of Colorado-Denver - Anschutz Medical Center, and the Johns Hopkins Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing (CAAT) on October 5-6, 2014 at the University of Colorado-Denver - Anschutz Medical Center in Denver, Colorado.
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The 2014 Symposium on Social Housing of Laboratory Animals playlist can be viewed on YouTube or as individual videos below.
Keynote/Importance of Social Housing Speaker: Bernard Rollin, Colorado State University
Best Practices for Socializing Macaques Speaker: Kate Baker, Tulane NPRC
Mixed Primate Species Housing Speakers: Joe Erwin, George Washington University
Current Viewpoints from Regulators and Peer Reviewers Speaker: Carol Clarke, USDA, APHIS, Animal Care
Current Viewpoints from Regulators and Peer Reviewers Speaker: Axel Wolff, NIH, OLAW
Current Viewpoints from Regulators and Peer Reviewers Speaker: John Bradfield, AAALAC International
Veterinarian's Role in Social Housing Speaker: Eric Hutchinson, Johns Hopkins University
Keynote/Ruminants Speaker: Temple Grandin, Colorado State University
Other Rodents (Guinea Pigs and Hamsters) Speaker: Guy Mulder, Charles River Laboratories
Rabbits Speaker: Jeff Wyatt, University of Rochester