Based on our webinar, laboratory animal experts Timothy D. Mandrell, DVM, DACLAM, and Mildred Montgomery Randolph, DVM, DACLAM, discuss ways to revitalize your lab animal occupational health and program. Read entire story →
Researchers are discovering how sensitive the gut microbiome of mice is. For example, the slightest variation in husbandry practices could alter it drastically.
Are you searching for ways to revamp your laboratory animal program? Based on our Webinar with Jeetendra R. Eswaraka, BVS, PhD, DACLAM, here are his solutions.
Learn how to identify, reduce, and eliminate harmful WAG in your lab animal facility. Anyone working in a facility that administers anesthesia is at risk of exposure to WAG.
Whether you’re a seasoned attendee, like us, or attending for the first time, we’ve got you covered. Here are some tips and tricks to help you thrive at this year’s AALAS National Meeting.
Leaders are calling for more transparency in lab animal research, urging that it’s critical for the future of biomedical science. Biomedical research with animals is fundamental for the health and well-being of people and animals everywhere.
Based on a webinar presented by Jori K. Leszczynski, DVM, DACLAM, about strategies to improve personnel management in your lab animal facility.