QUAD AALAS Symposium
19th Annual Lab Animal Science Symposium
April 30th & May 1st A Vision to the Future
19th Annual Lab Animal Science Symposium held in Mashantucket, CT for technicians, managers, administrative and support persons, researchers, and veterinarians.
For more information please visit: https://quadaalas.wildapricot.org
Organisation: Lab Animal Resources
Info: QUAD 2020 Speakers “YOU Have the Power to Change Minds about Animal Research!” Paula Clifford, MLA, RLATG, CVT Executive Director Americans for Medical Progress “Soft Skills are Sometimes the Hardest” Ann Turner PhD, FASAE, CAE Executive Director AALAS and the AALAS Foundation “Let Them Go So That They Want to Stay-how providing networking and training opportunities can lead to happier teams” Tracy Parker, BS, MBA, RLATG, CMAR, CPIA, PMP Program Manager, Intuitive Surgical “The Rewards and Challenges of Studying Aging in 100 Retired Sled Dogs” John P. Loftus, PhD, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM) Assistant Professor, Small Animal Internal Medicine Cornell University Hospital for Animals Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine “Pairbonding and monogamy: What’s love got to do with it?” Alexander G. Ophir, PhD Cornell University Department of Psychology, Behavioral & Evolutionary Neuroscience “3 Keys to successful navigation through generational differences and improved animal welfare” William Singleton DVM, DACLAM Animal Care Training Services "Collaboration, Science, Innovation and Animal Research to Stop Ebola Virus in Humans." Gene Garrard Olinger, Jr. Ph.D. MBA Principal Advisor, Science Global Health Surveillance & Diagnostic Division "Humane Euthanasia - Ending Life Well and Ways of Coping With Euthanasia." Alicia Quattropani, LVT Senior Laboratory Animal Caretaker at Upstate Medical University “Software for Vivarium Operations: Where Are We Going, and Who’s Driving?” Ethan Hildebrand Animal Systems & Procurement Coordinator | Office of Animal Resources Harvard University FAS | 16 Divinity Ave, Cambridge, MA 02138 “Neuroscience: Animal-human translation and the rise of the modern research enterprise.” Caroline Zeiss, BVSc, Ph.D, Dip ACVP&ACLAM Professor, Department of Comparative Medicine, and of Ophthalmology and Visual Science, "Animal Models for Auditory Research." Misty Williams-Fritze, DVM, MS, DACLAM LogicBio Therapeutics “Don’t go breaking my (mouse) heart: Handling-associated bradyarrhythmias in mice” Rachael Labitt, DVM Resident – Laboratory Animal Medicine Center for Animal Resources and Education (CARE) at Cornell University “Myostatin: A Molecular Rheostat for Muscle Mass” Se-Jin Lee, M.D., Ph.D. University of Connecticut School of Medicine Genetics and Genome Sciences
link: QUAD AALAS