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Laboratory Animal Training: Species Specific Series



Join us each month to learn about laboratory animals Each month we will highlight a different species. Each class will be offered 2-3 times on different campuses for your convenience. The class will focus on the natural history, biology, behavior (normal & abnormal), and enrichment techniques of all the different species housed at Wake Forest.



Schedule

February: The Laboratory Mouse - view presentation
March: The Laboratory Rat - view presentation 
April: The Laboratory Rabbit - view presentation
May: 
The Laboratory Chinchilla -  view presentation
June: The Laboratory Cat - view presentation
July: 
The Laboratory Dog - view presentation
August: 
The Laboratory Swine - view presentation
September: 
Small Laboratory Ruminants - view presentation
October: 
 Non Human Primates - view presentation

Objectives:

  • Have a basic understanding of both normal and abnormal species specific behavior and biologic norms



Source

Wake Forest CTSI

Target Audience

  • Faculty
  • Animal Laboratory Staff
  • Undergraduate & Post-Baccalaureate Students
  • Graduate Students
  • Medical & Veterinary Trainees
  • Postdoctoral Fellows & Scholars

Delivery Method

In-Person

RCR Credit

0 Credit(s)

Fee

$0.00

Contact Information

Name: Amanda Dillard
Phone: 336-713-6738
adillard@wakehealth.edu



Created by: Andrea Nance on 3/24/2014 9:54:04 PM
Modified by: Brandon Crews on 12/5/2014 1:56:59 PM

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