7th AFLAS Congress 2016

SALAS envisions the 7th AFLAS Congress 2016 to promote a high level of responsibility, care and welfare for all laboratory animals through its pursuit of continuing education. To support this growing community in Singapore, it works actively with academic and industry partners to organize events such as:

  • Training sessions for Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) members,
  • Educational classes for technicians and managers to prepare for certification in the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS),
  • Seminars with visiting experts in laboratory animal science, annual regional conferences since 2004
  • Social events for its members to foster cooperation and understanding between scientists, animal facility staff, regulators, administrators and vendors

Schedule

8 November

13:00 to 13:10

A Oviedo

Determination of water bottles shelf-life during storage and usage during In Vivo rat studies

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8 November

13:10 to 13:20

A Oviedo

Method optimization for blood collection on rats

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8 November

13:20 to 13:30

A Oviedo

Peripheral arterial disease model establishment and monitoring method refinement

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8 November

13:30 to 13:40

A Oviedo

Refined necropsy workflow leads to high quality sample collection to support downstream ‘omics analysis

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8 November

13:40 to 13:50

A Oviedo

Improvement of ophthalmological evaluation in rats

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8 November

13:50 to 14:00

A Oviedo

An improved method for identification, recording, follow up and reporting clinical observations in research animals

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8 November

14:00 to 14:10

E Bandularatne

Temperature fluctuations during local and international transport of laboratory rodents

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8 November

14:10 to 14:20

E Bandularatne

Determination of estrous stage by examination of unstained vaginal epithelial cells using an optimized mouse vaginal lavage fluid collection technique

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8 November

14:20 to 14:30

P Ferreira Neves

Pathology data collection and reporting best practices

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