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2019 Webinar Series

Dear ESLAV Members,

This year we’ll have four blocks for our webinar series.

We’ll kick off with a series of webinars to celebrate FELASA’s 40th anniversary, all of them at 12:00pm Paris time:

Wednesday 3rd April: Marcel Gyger – Accrediting your course according to FELASA standards – Worth the time and money?
Wednesday 24th April: Claire Allen – Refining the life experience of a research zebrafish
Thursday 16th May: Manuel Berdoy – Experimental Design and the Avoidance of Unnecessary Suffering

Then we’ll have a series of five webinars on statistics by Professor Michael Parkinson in preparation for the 2020 Winter school.

27/05/2019. Descriptive Statistics (measures and graphs). Checking your data and presenting it.
24/06/2019. One sample and two sample comparisons (ttests and non-parametric equivalents)
29/07/2019. Comparisons of >2 factors and of interactions (ANOVA)
26/08/2019. Scattergraphs, correlation and regression
30/09/2019. Categorical data – how to deal with categories, proportions and survival data

Later on, we’ll send another communication to update you all on a series of webinars given by Professor Paul Flecknell, and a continuation of our genetics webinars with Professor Fernando Benavides.

Fernando Benavides, 25/07/2019. Genetic monitoring, background characterization and speed congenics using polymorphic markers
Fernando Benavides, 19/09/2019. Positional cloning of spontaneous mutations (forward genetics)
Fernando Benavides, 24/10/2019. Mouse models of human cancer
Fernando Benavides, 21/11/2019. Non conventional rodents models

Almut Koehler, 21/10/2019. Anesthesia and Euthanasia in zebrafish – Advantages and drawbacks of different methods
Almut Koehler, 25/11/2019. Understand your fish – How to identify pain and suffering in fish

To register please refer to the relevant e-mail you received.

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