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BioConference Live Laboratory Animal Sciences

13 Feb 2013 - 14 Feb 2013 - Online event

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The Veterinary Bioscience Institute and LabRoots, Inc. are thrilled to announce the two-day international Laboratory Animal Science (LAS) BioConference Live. This is the premier online-only conference focused on laboratory animal medicine. The theme of this conference is Animal Well-being and Welfare Science with three tracks; housing, enrichment and pain/distress/pleasure. LAS BioConference Live will bring together scientists, veterinary technicians, veterinarians, technical support staff, IACUC administrators and support staff, as well as training and compliance personnel from around the world to learn about recent advances in the field of laboratory animal medicine. 

Never before has such a diverse group of experts been able to participate in one, groundbreaking conference. This conference offers an amazing opportunity as it is free to participants, with no out-of-pocket expenses for travel. However, participants will still benefit from interacting with a global community of like-minded colleagues, without leaving the comfort of their office or home.

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