TRAINING-WORKSHOP ON ANIMAL CARE AND USE IN RESEARCH AND ANIMAL BIOSAFETY
Research projects particularly in the biological and biomedical sciences may involve the use of living vertebrate animals. Obtaining quality research results in animal studies would entail not only ensuring sound study design but must also address animal welfare issues and safety concerns. Procedures in the care and use of animals in research must comply with applicable laws and regulations and also maintain acceptable standards in animal biosafety.
In line with the advocacy objectives of the Bureau of Animal Industry on animal welfare, the Institute intends to contribute further to national advocacy and capacity building thru the conduct of this two-day training workshop as a means to help promote a proper attitude in the care and use of animals in research and capacitate investigators on the acceptable procedures in the conduct of research using animals and animal biosafety.
Who should attend
The training-workshop is intended for investigators, researchers and teachers doing teaching and research work involving use of living vertebrate animals.
- understanding animal welfare guidelines in the care and use of animals in research techniques and procedures in animal handling and restraint principles of animal biosafety
- hands-on session in animal manipulation procedures and techniques
Course fee of Php3,500.00 includes:
- Training-workshop materials
- Certificate of training
- Lunch and snacks
Interested participants are advised to register early.
Only pre-registered participants will be accepted in the workshop.
30-day early registration: Php3,000.00
SPECIAL TRAINING WORKSHOPS MAY BE ARRANGED UPON REQUEST
Schedule for 2012
Registration and Inquiries:
The Secretariat may also be reached at the UPM-NIH Research Management and Development Office at +632 2 5264349 or 5284041.
LIMITED SLOTS ARE AVAILABLE
“Good animal care and good science go hand in hand.”