NEBAALAS

New England Branch AALAS

 

Welcome Members!

We have an exciting list of meetings, classes, and wet labs to offer you, along with fun networking opportunities! Please check out our Events page or the News section below to stay up to date on everything happening at the New England branch.
Paid membership is required to access the Member's Only features, like registering for events and wet labs. Annual membership is only $20/year so if you are not a member please click the "Register" link to the right and sign up today!

Please feel free to Contact Us and let us know if you have any comments, questions, or requests for what you would like our branch to offer it's members.

Upcoming Meetings
  • Jan 30 Tech Challenge! 100 Tech Square Cambridge
  • Feb 25  Board Recruitment Meeting, Harvard (Only 25 spots!)
  • Mar 12 The Broad Institute, Speaker Gordon Yee - "Three Questions"
  • Apr - No meeting
  • May 21 - Career Workshop, Tech Square 
  • Jun

      *All dates and venues subject to change see event descriptions as they are posted.

      News!

      AALAS QUAD Symposium April 30-May 1st in Mashantucket, CT at Foxwoods

       

      We’re excited to present a phenomenal regional lab animal science CE opportunity, the 19th annual QUAD AALAS in Mashantucket, CT at the beautiful Foxwoods Resort & Casino April 30-May 1st. Four tasty meals and a welcome reception are included in this 1.5-day knowledge packed symposium. Come early and join the Wednesday Night Welcome Party. 

       

      https://quadaalas.wildapricot.org/

      Early Bird pricing ends 3/27!

      Both days: $215

      Thursday: $190

      Friday AM only: $85

      Speakers

      April 30th

      Keynote Speaker- Paula Clifford “YOU Have the Power to Change Minds about Animal Research!”

      Alex Ophir- “Pairbonding and monogamy: What’s love got to do with it?”

      Rachael Labitt- “Don’t go breaking my (mouse) heart: Handling-associated bradyarrhythmias in mice”

      Alicia Quattropani- "Humane Euthanasia - Ending Life Well and Ways of Coping With Euthanasia."

      Misty Williams (title pending)

      Gene Olinger- “Collaboration, Science, Innovation and Animal Research to Stop Ebola Virus Disease in Humans.”

      May 1st

      Se-Jin Lee, M.D., Ph.D.-  “Myostatin: A Molecular Rheostat for Muscle Mass”

      John Loftus- “The Rewards and Challenges of Studying Aging in 100 Retired Sled Dogs”

      Caroline Zeiss- “Neuroscience: Animal-human translation and the rise of the modern research enterprise.”







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