Notices

AST2020

Dear Delegate, The Covid-19 situation continues to deteriorate, and the Scottish government has advised that organisers should cancel or postpone all mass events of 500 people or more. Moreover, the statement by Boris Johnson yesterday evening (16th March)...

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LASA ANNUAL MEETING 2019

November 2019 proved to be another showcase scientific annual meeting, with 434 delegates in attendance at our Birmingham venue. To demonstrate our continued commitment to Concordat on Openness on Animal Research, 37 local sixth form college students attended...

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The Animal Welfare Research Network

The AWRN was set up and initially funded by the UK Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) in 2016. It was established to bring together the UK animal welfare research community, researchers in related disciplines, and stakeholders with a...

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Excellence in Refinement Award 2020

Charles River, in cooperation with Johns Hopkins University's Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing (CAAT), is pleased to announce that nominations are now being accepted for the 2020 Excellence in Refinement Award. This award, which is given every three years,...

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LASA Annual Conference 2018

2018 proved to be an excellent annual meeting, with 446 delegates in attendance at our Birmingham venue. Delegates had opportunity to visit our Trade partners who had stands in the Exhibition Hall, LASA is thankful for their ongoing support and sponsorship at our...

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LASA Annual Conference November 2017

Attendance at the LASA Annual Conference 2017 was the highest ever.  This year we returned to Birmingham which has easy access for both exhibitors and delegates due to the excellent road and rail links. We are very grateful for the support shown to the meeting from...

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LASA Annual Conference November 2016

This year we had our second highest ever number of registrations, a London venue always helps and an interesting and stimulating scientific programme combined with an excellent trade exhibition ensured that we were able to provide something for everyone.  Our keynote...

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LASA CPD SCHEME

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is a prerequisite for many professional medical and scientific disciplines but less common for those involved in laboratory animal work.

Revision of Directive 86/609EEC requires that persons “are adequately educated, competent and continuously trained” (Article 23A). This comes into effect from 1st January 2013.

The scheme is available FREE to LASA members. Please contact the Secretariat for more information