European 3Rs webinar 22-24 Sept. 2020 clips available

3Rs webinar series organised jointly by six European 3Rs centres.

In 2020, the 3RCC held a joint webinar series with some of its European peers. The pan-European event The 3Rs Across Europe took place 22-24 September at lunchtime from 12:30 - 14:00 CEST.

3Rs researchers from across Europe presented their research projects. Everybody working with animals or interested in supporting the 3Rs from all career stages was able to attend.

The Swiss federation of veterinaries accredited the event for a half day of continuing education. The 3RCC expects to send the certificates to participants who attended the required 3h training in October.

The webinar was jointly organised by Charite 3R, 3Rs-Centre Utrecht Life Sciences, the Swedish 3Rs Centre, the Danish 3R-Center, the NC3Rs, and the Swiss 3RCC.

The clips for all presentations are now available on the NC3Rs website

Tuesday 22 September

Dr Markus Morkel

Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Organoids and Single Cell Analyses as Tools to Substitute Mouse Models in Cancer Research

Dr Annemarie Lang

Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

From the hip – 3D in vitro models for musculoskeletal disorders

Prof. Johannes Bohacek

ETH Zurich

deep-behaviour profiling in rodents

Prof. Kristin Schirmer and Dr Barbara Jozef

Eawag Dübendorf

Fish cell lines and the 3Rs: fundamental developments and application in chemical risk assessment

Wednesday 23 September

Dr Nico Schoemaker & Dr Yvonne van Zeeland

Utrecht University

Supraglottic airway devices as a means of refining laboratory animal anaesthesia

 

Dr Guy Roukens

UMC Utrecht

Development of a new in vitro metastasis assay

Jorid B. Sørli

National Research Centre for the Working Environment, Copenhagen

An in vitro method to predict sudden adverse lung effects

 

Eva Bay Wedebye

DTU National Food Institute, Lyngby

QSAR modeling of chemical substances’ possible interference with the thyroid hormone system

Thursday 24 September

Per E Ljung
Swedish 3Rs Center

A guideline for marking and tagging fish

Associate Prof. Gunnar Cedersund
Linköping University

Let your digital twin become your own personalized guinea pig

Prof. Liam Grover
University of Birmingham

Self-structuring bone in vitro

Prof Wendy Barclay

Imperial College, London

Reducing the use of animals for studying transmission of respiratory viruses

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