The University of Michigan – Unit for Laboratory Animal Medicine will be hosting the 4th Annual Enrichment Symposium
Wednesday June 12, 2019 from 8:00AM – 5:00PM
Location: The Kensington Hotel, 3500 S. State St, Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Co-hosted by the Unit for Laboratory Animal Medicine (ULAM) Animal Enrichment Committee and the Michigan Society for Medical Research (MISMR). Now in its fourth year, the symposium is a day-long event designed to engage laboratory animal staff and research investigators in the science of environmental enrichment for animals used in biomedical research.
The Symposium will focus on evidence-based recommendations for enrichment best practice(s) and features speakers from academia, government, and industry with expertise in rodents, frogs, exotic animals, and non-human primates.
There is a $50 registration fee for this event, which includes breakfast, lunch, and 7 hours of RACE accredited CE.
- Changing the Health Checking Culture: Evaluating Rodents with Large Nests
- Enrichment of Exotic Animal Species
- Pairing Non-Human Primates Based on Temperament Evaluation
- Immunomodulatory Effects of Stress and Environmental Enrichment in Long-Evans Rats
- Quantitative Assessment of Environmental Enrichment Plans in Nonhuman Primates
- Enrichment of African Clawed Frogs
Free parking is available on-site at The Kensington Hotel, with overflow parking available in the adjacent Briarwood Mall parking lot.
QUESTIONS If you have any questions about this event, please contact ULAM Faculty Veterinarian Tara Martin, DVM, at email@example.com.