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Symposium 2018 (November 5-6)

Program November 5

Symposium 2018

Time

Title/abstract

Speaker

Presentation

09.00-10.00

Registration and breakfast

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10.00-10.10

Welcome by moderator

Erwin Roggen (The Danish 3R-Center)

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10.10-11.10

Therioepistemology – Improving Reproducibility and Translatability

Joseph Garner, Stanford University, Department of Comparative Medicine, and by courtesy, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, California, USA

Presentation not available, but this article is relevant: Introducing Therioepistemology: the study of how knowledge is gained from animal research

11.10-11.20

The Danish 3R-Center - status

Christine Nellemann (The Danish 3R-Center)

Pdf

11.20-12.05

The Relevance of 3R for the Ethical Evaluation of Animal Research

Peter Kunzmann (Institut für Tierhygiene, Tierschutz und Nutztierethologie (ITTN))

Pdf

12.05-13.00

Lunch

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13.00-13.30

Toy animal simulators for use in small animal surgical training

Rikke Langebæk (University of Copenhagen)

Pdf

13.30-13.40

New advanced blood infection model (supported by the Danish 3R-Center in 2018)

Thomas Emil Andersen (University of Southern Denmark)

Presentation not avilable

13.40-13.50

Transport and metabolism of azol antifungal drugs in the human term placenta (supported by the Danish 3R-Center in 2018)

Caroline Ødum (University of Copenhagen)

Pdf

13.50-14.00

The mouse passport (supported by the Danish 3R-Center in 2018)

Axel Kornerup Hansen (The Danish 3R-Center)

Pdf

14.00-14.30

Unconscious bias in scientific research

Stuart Ritchie (Kings College London)

Pdf

14.30-15.00

Break

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15.00-15.30

Transition towards animal-free safety assessment of chemicals

Anne Marie Vinggaard (Technical University of Denmark)

Presentation not available

15.30-16.00

Speed poster presentations

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16.00-18.00

Poster session with wine, cheese and networking

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Program November 6

Symposium 2018

Time

Title/abstract

Speaker

Presentation

08.30-09.00

Breakfast

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09.00-09.10

Welcome by moderator

Erwin Roggen (The Danish 3R-Center)

09.10-09.40

Replacement in animal research – a qualitative study of barriers and opportunities

Thomas Bøker Lund (University of Copenhagen)

Pdf

09.40-10.30

Directive 2010/63/EU – focus on implementation and the Three Rs

Susanna Louhimies (European Commission)

Pdf

10.30-11.00

AniMatch - an innovative web-based platform to share organs and tissues

Annemarie lang (Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin)

Pdf

11.00-11.30

Break

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11.30-12.00

Application of the 3Rs through policy, inspection, and project licence assessment – examples from the UK regulator

Peter Gray and Will Reynolds (UK Home Office Animals in Science Regulation Unit)

Pdf

12.00-12.30

Mouse handling made easy – Reducing anxiety in mice and their handlers

Jane Hurst (University of Liverpool)

Pdf

12.30-13.00

The 3R prize

Birgitte Kousholt

Pdf

13.00-13.15

Closing remarks

Erwin Roggen (The Danish 3R-Center)

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13.15-15.00

Lunch and networking

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