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Animal research awards

28 August 2013

Posted by: UAR news team

Category: Animal welfare & alternatives

invitro–molecular–oncologist.jpgThe Basel Declaration has announced the winner of its Award for Education in Animal Research: Chiara Ruzza, a molecular oncologist from the University of Ferrara, Italy. She will attend a one week course at the University of Zurich that focuses on the 3Rs, and has been mandated by her university to establish a similar training programme based upon her experiences. Read more here.

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The Basel Declaration has announced the winner of its Award for Education in Animal Research: Chiara Ruzza, a molecular oncologist from the University of Ferrara, Italy. She will attend a one week course at the University of Zurich that focuses on the 3Rs, and has been mandated by her university to establish a similar training programme based upon her experiences. Read more here.

Another award announced today was for a researcher from Plymouth University. Dr. Gyorgy Fejer has been awarded an NC3Rs grant to develop a mouse cell line that could be used to reduce and ultimately replace live animals in the study of infectious and allergic lung conditions.

Read more here.