Want to Register for the CE Seminar and/or the Luncheon?  Onsite registration is available.


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ASLAP CE Seminar Sunday October 28, 2018 Convention Center Room 322

ASLAP will be hosting a one day seminar  titled "A Tail to Remember: Using Non-traditional Animals in Research" on Sunday Oct 28th from 9am -3 pm at the Baltimore Convention Center.

We are excited about highlighting the usage of Non‐traditional Animals in Research. We know that these models are becoming increasing popular in biomedical research. Their procurement, husbandry, clinical care and research demands are unique and worthy of discussion. We are also fortunate in that we have industry leaders presenting on topics related to their expertise. Our key note speaker is Dr Robert Sikes,Professor of Behavioral and Evolutionary Ecology from the University of Arkansas and he will be talking on "Keeping Everyone Happy—Wildlife Research Without Non‐compliance, Citations, or Prison".

This meeting will be of great benefit to graduate students, research investigators, veterinarians, veterinary technicians and compliance staff.

A detailed Agenda for the event is on the registration form.

Registration fee will include lunch.

  Onsite Registration
Membership Rate   $200
Nonmember Rate   $250

Any questions can be emailed directly to sally@aslap.org

ASLAP General Membership Meeting Convention Center Room 321

Being held at the Baltimore Convention Center Room 321 on Sunday October 28th from 4-5pm

ASLAP Luncheon Monday October 29th, 2018 Convention Center Room 322

Come join us on Monday October 29th to learn how "Laboratory Animal Vets and Physicians Saving the Rainforest with Hoof Trimmers and a Stethoscope".  Come listen to Dr. Jeff Wyatt, a laboratory animal veterinarian at the University of Rochester and Seneca Park Zoo,  talk about the Planetary Health Initiative.

The University of Rochester Department of Comparative Medicine and Emergency Medicine leads a Planetary Health Initiative with partners (www.healthinharmony.org) promoting a pioneering strategy transforming logging communities’ health while saving Bornean orangutans and their illegally logged forests in West Kalimantan, Indonesia.  Their integrated villager health care and rainforest conservation model emphasizes radical listening and transforming lives of stakeholders is a game-changer for sustainable conservation initiatives and a template around the globe.

Dr Wyatt's work has a research goal  to connect human, environmental and animal health from villagers & orangutans in Borneo to subsistence anglers & sturgeon in Rochester’s Genesee River… all to promote planetary health. 

The luncheon will be held from 12-2pm at the Baltimore Convention Center.  Fees for the luncheon will be as follows:

     Onsite Registration
Membership Rate    $60
Guest/Nonmember Rate    $80