Registrations open for course in Laboratory Animal Science at the Champalimaud Foundation
In collaboration with SPCAL, the Champalimaud Foundation is organising another edition of the Champalimaud Course on Laboratory Animal Science for Function A (former FELASA Category B) - Persons carrying out procedures on animals. This course will have two components: Theoretical Component: SPCAL Online Theoretical Course - Estimated online access by 15/Feb/2018. Estimated dates for theoretical exam on 9 March 2018, 14h or 12 March 2018,14h at the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown (Seminar Room). Dates to be confirmedRead all
TERNOX donates -150 ºC freezing units to Portuguese cientists, with a little help from SPCAL
As in 2016, and in collaboration with SPCAL, at the end of 2017, TERNOX donated Thermo Scientific freezers capable of temperatures up to -150⁰C, to Portuguese higher education institutions and research laboratories.Read all
Openness and Transparency: Building Trust in Animal Research
The International Basel Declaration Society (BDS) organises this conference on February 14th-15th 2018, in close collaboration with the National Association for Biomedical Research (NABR), Americans for Medical Progress (AMP) and the Foundation for Biomedical Research (FBR). This conference provides a unique opportunity for all stakeholders from academia and industry to meet and discuss best-practice examples of improved open communication and other innovative efforts to increase trust.Read all
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Online Course on Laboratory Animal Science
The Online Cat. B Theoretic Course provides the minimum theoretical education in Laboratory Animal Science (LAS) as recommended by FELASA for Category B. All authors are competent persons in their field of expertise.
Upon completion, and when complemented with 20h of practical training, this course will qualify you to request accreditation as “Investigador” or “Técnico de Investigação” to the Portuguese Competent Authority, the Direcção Geral de Veterinária.
SPCAL is currently restructuring the course in order to comply with the guidelines of the European Commission for training in laboratory animal sciences.