The European Society of Laboratory Animal Veterinarians (ESLAV) gives veterinarians a forum to discuss issues which concern them, in the field of laboratory animal science, in general and in Europe specifically.Find out more
Membership to the Society is open to veterinarians regardless of nationality. The different categories of members are ordinary members, honorary members, student members.Find out more
The objectives of the Society are to promote and disseminate expert veterinary knowledge within the field of laboratory animal science.Find out more
The European Society of Laboratory Animal Veterinarians (ESLAV) was created at the 6th FELASA Symposium held in June 1996 in Basel, Switzerland.Find out more
The forces that led to the formation of ESLAV (European Society for Laboratory Animal Veterinarians) and lead our way at present, are the requirements of the public as well as organizations to be able to address veterinary specialists in the field of humane care and use of laboratory animals, and the requirement of these experts to discuss common subjects, to pool their resources to provide specialized service functions and professional expertise, and to be represented at a European level when decisions are made regarding laboratory animal use and welfare.