Animals in Research and Education

The Animals in Research and Education Subcommittee is a standing subcommittee of the SPC charged with: 1) promoting FASEB’s positions and statement on principles on the humane use of animals in research and education; 2) monitoring and responding to legislation and policies related to the use of animals in research, developing new positions as necessary; 3) developing educational materials on the biomedical advances made possible through the use of animal models and the regulatory schema protecting the welfare of animals used in research; 4) serving as a convener for stakeholders on animal research issues; and 5) supporting sound animal welfare standards and practices based on sound science.
 

Subcommittee Members

Kevin Kregel, PhD, Chair (APS) 
Nancy Ator, PhD (ASPET*)
Ewelina Bolcun-Filas, PhD (SSR)
David C. Dorman, DVM, PhD, DABT, DABV, ATS (SOT*)
Steven Dworkin, PhD (ASPET*) 
Gaylen Edwards, DVM, PhD (APS*)
Dana Gaddy, PhD (ASBMR*)
Bernard D. Goldstein, MD, DABT, ATS (SOT*)
F. Claire Hankenson, DVM, MS (ad hoc)
J.R. Haywood, PhD (APS*)
Jeffrey Henegar, PhD (APS)
Gretchen Myers Hill, MS, PhD (ASN*)
Heather Kimmel, PhD (ASPET*) 
Timothy Musch, PhD (APS)
Bill Yates, PhD (APS)
Naomi E. Charalambakis, PhD (FASEB Staff Liaison)

*Designated society representative to subcommittee, SPC, or Board