If it does, consider adding this session to your conference plan: What: SFN Animals in Research Panel. How to Effectively Communicate Your Animal Research: Elevator Speech, Social Media, and Best Practices. When & Where: Monday November 13. Noon-2pm. Room 103A Why? (as in, SFN is busy enough, why add a "non-new-science-discoveries-session" to your already packed … Continue reading 2017 SFN Attendees: Does your research depend on animal models?
During their 2016 annual meeting in San Diego, Society for Neuroscience (SfN) held a two-hour session dedicated to public outreach concerning animals in research. The panelists offered different perspectives on communication about essential animal research for the public. The session opened with remarks by the chair of the SFN’s Animals in Research Committee, Dr. Mar Sanchez, who stated … Continue reading How to Engage Institutions to Publicly Support Animal Research. The Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting
If you are one of the 30,000 or so neuroscientists attending the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) 2016 meeting in San Diego that starts this weekend, then make sure you watch this session on engaging institutions about animal research. Animals in Research Panel (SfN; Tues, Nov 15, 10am-Noon, CC Room 10): “How to Engage Institutions … Continue reading Society for Neuroscience: Session on engaging institutions about animal research
Part 3 of a 4-part series in which a scientific researcher learns how science advocacy groups influence the legislative process. Read Parts 1 and 2 about her Hill Day experience and her interview with a science advocacy group. On April 27, 2016, as part of my Society for Neuroscience (SfN) Early Career Policy Ambassador outreach … Continue reading Dr. Dettmer Goes to Washington, Part 3
Today's guest post is from Amanda Dettmer, Ph.D., a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development. Dr. Dettmer is a developmental psychobiologist whose research examines the early life organization of sociocognitive development in nonhuman primates. She received her PhD in Neuroscience & Behavior from the University of Massachusetts … Continue reading Guest Post. How to Engage with the Public About Animal Research: Society for Neuroscience Panelists Offer Strategies to Scientists During Annual Meeting
Are you among the almost 30,000 neuroscientists are attending the annual Society for Neuroscience (SFN) meeting in Chicag0 this week? Are you looking for a session aimed at building outreach and education efforts for better public understanding of animal research? If so, SFN's Committee on Animal Research has a session today at noon. ME13 ANIMALS … Continue reading Society for Neuroscience Today: Session on Animal Research and Public Outreach
A standing room only crowd of over 200 heard a panel of two scientists, a public relations expert and a reporter describe the whys and hows of discussing the use of animals in research (CAR) at the recent Society for Neuroscience meeting. The panel was sponsored by the Society’s committee on animals in research and … Continue reading Society for Neuroscience encourages scientists to speak up for animal research
As populations in many developed countries age an important question facing medical science is whether cognitive decline is insvitible as we age, and whether it can be presented or reversed. Professor Carol A. Burns of the University of Arizona- who was last year awarded the prestigious Mika Salpeter Lifetime Achievement Award by the Society for … Continue reading Animal research unlocks the secrets of aging