Course: Animals in Research: Law, Policy, and Humane Sciences

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Lecture Materials

Selected lectures and expert conversations are available in PDF and MP3. Other lectures and conversations are available to students enrolled in the for-credit course.

Lectures

» Lecture 0: Introduction and Overview (Paul Locke)

Available to enrolled students

» Lecture 1: 3Rs and Humane Science (Alan M. Goldberg)

Slides: Part A - Part B - Part C - Part D - Part E - Part F

MP3: Part A - Part B - Part C - Part D - Part E - Part F

» Lecture 2: Legal and Policy Issues in Humane Science: Where Have We Been, Where Are We Now, and Where Are We Going? (Paul Locke)

Available to enrolled students

» Lecture 3: Institutional Animal Care and Use Committees: An Overview (Joanne Zurlo)

Slides: Part A - Part B

MP3: Part A - Part B

» Lecture 4: Ethical Issues in Research (Holly Taylor)

Available to enrolled students

» Lecture 5: International Issues in Humane Science (Alan M. Goldberg)

Slides: Part A - Part B - Part C

MP3: Part A - Part B - Part C

» Lecture 6: Refinement Issues in Animal Research (Joanne Zurlo)

Slides: Part A - Part B - Part C

MP3: Part A - Part B - Part C

» Lecture 7: The Compelling Case for Rigorous Training Requirements (Christian E. Newcomer)

Available to enrolled students

» Lecture 8: Wrap-up (Paul Locke)

Available to enrolled students

Conversations with Experts

» IRBs and IACUCs Compared and Contrasted (Alan M. Goldberg, Joanne Zurlo, and Holly Taylor)

MP3: Part A

» In- vitro Toxicology in Action: The Drug Discovery Process (Alan M. Goldberg and James McKim)

Available to enrolled students

» The Use of Animals in Research: An Historical Overview (Massimo Petrozzi, Paul Locke, and Alan M. Goldberg)

MP3: Part A