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Symposium 2016

Program September 13th 2016

Symposium 2016

Time

Title/abstract

Speaker

Presentation

09.00-10.00

Registration and breakfast

10.00-10.10

Welcome by moderator

Axel Kornerup Hansen (The Danish 3R-Center)

10.10-10.55

Animals - are they almost people?

Lone Frank

Not available

10.55-11.05

The Danish 3R-Center – successes so far

Christine Nellemann (The Danish 3R-Center)

Presentation

11.05-11.20

Break

11.20-11.45

Laboratory animals: perspectives from an animal welfare organization

Kirsten Rosenmaj Jacobsen (The Danish Animal Welfare Society)

Presentation

11.45-12.00

Is it possible to reduce group size or increase power by using mice with high responding microbiota in studies of dermatitis?

Line Sidsel Fisker Zachariassen (University of Copenhagen)

Not available

12.00-13.00

Lunch

13.00-13.40

Successes, current activities and future plans of the German Centre for the Protection of Laboratory Animals (Bf3R)

Barbara Grune (BfR)

Not available

13.40-13.55

Towards better brain cancer treatment with novel in vitro models and fewer animal experiments

Bjarne Winther Kristensen (University of Southern Denmark)

Presentation

13.55-14.40

Recent Highlights from EURL ECVAM

Susanne Belz (EURL-ECVAM)

Not available

14.40-15.00

Break

15.00-15.15

Refinement of animal models of pain: Establishment of strategies to alleviate avoidable pain in rat models for pain and inflammation

Klas Abelson (University of Copenhagen)

Presentation

15.15-16.00

EPAA progress and successes in 3Rs for biologicals

Catrina Stirling (European Partnership for Alternative Approaches to Animal Testing)

Presentation

16.00-18.00

Poster session with wine, cheese and networking

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Program September 14th 2016

Symposium 2016

Time

Title/abstract

Speaker

Presentation

08.30-09.00

Breakfast

09.00-09.30

The OECD framework for Adverse Outcome Pathways Development and Application

Magda Sachana (OECD)

Presentation

09.30-09.50

The Danish 3R Survey - Knowledge, attitudes and experiences with the 3Rs among researchers involved in animal experiments in Denmark

Jesper Lassen (University of Copenhagen)

Presentation

09.50-10.15

CRACK IT Solutions: successes from the NC3Rs technology partnering hub

Joanna Edwards (NC3R)

Presentation

10.15-10.45

Break

10.45-10.55

Introducing the 3R prize winner

Lisbeth E. Knudsen (The Danish 3R-Center)

10.55-11.05

3R – prize winner

11.05-11.50

Preparing dogs for study life: improving welfare, efficiency and data output

Laura Hall (University of Sterling, NC3R Prize Winner)

Not available

11.50-12.35

The RSPCA and the 3Rs: the scientific animal welfare organisation as a catalyst for change

Elliot Lilley (RSPCA)

Presentation

12.35-12.50

Pathological and immunological consequences of different blood samplings procedures in mice

Dorte Bratbo Sørensen (University of Copenhagen)

Presentation

12.50-13.00

Concluding remarks

Axel Kornerup Hansen

13.00-15.00

Lunch and networking

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Laura Hall (University of Sterling, NC3R Prize Winner) study life: improving welfare, efficiency and data output (photo: Foto: Sønderby & Grathwohl Fotografi).
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Eva Bay Wedebye talked about predicting chemicals’ harmful effects without animal testing. She and her colleague Nikolai Georgiev Nikolov was rewarded with the Danish 3R-prize 2016 (photo: Sønderby & Grathwohl Fotografi)
Joanna Edwards from NC3Rs talked about CRACK IT Solutions: successes from the NC3Rs technology partnering hub (photo: Sønderby & Grathwohl Fotografi)
The OECD framework for Adverse Outcome Pathways Development and Application was presented by Magda Sachana (photo: Sønderby & Grathwohl Fotografi).
Lunch (photo: Sønderby & Grathwohl Fotografi).
Lunch (photo: Sønderby & Grathwohl Fotografi).
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