The Veterinary Pathologist’s Role in the 3Rs
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Owner/Developer: American College of Toxicology (ACT)
United States of America
19 September 2018
|Description:||Veterinary pathologists are involved in study design and data interpretation for gross, clinical, anatomical, and histological pathology in the fields of pharmaceutical, industrial and agrochemical, environmental, medical device, and academic toxicology. In these roles, veterinary pathologists have the opportunity to speak to key replacement, reduction, and refinement (the 3 R’s) techniques. While involvement in animal welfare efforts may appear peripheral at first glance, veterinary clinical and anatomic pathologists are well positioned to initiate pathologyfocused conversations. This presentation will discuss areas within toxicology where the veterinary pathologist’s perspective is relevant and may maximize animal value, including influence on regulatory guidance, study design, optimizing sample collection, and endpoint determination. A question/answer session focused on personal examples of 3R’s opportunities will follow.|
Optional / Voluntary
Students, Researchers, Regulators and policy-makers, Teachers and educators, Technicians, Managers, Scientific officers / Project managers, Professionals (e.g. veterinarians), General public
Academia, Industry, Governmental bodies, Contract Research Organizations (CROs), Consulting, SMEs
Continuing Professional Development
Refinement, Reduction, Replacement
Legislative aspects, Carrying out procedures on animals, Designing procedures and projects
Partial coverage (e.g. a module)
No species is addressed specifically
|Accreditation body and/or authority that approved the education or training:||
Hosted by the American College of Toxicology and the Society of Toxicologic Pathology
In Collaboration with the British Toxicology Society and the Teratology Society
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