On March 31, 2016, NWABR held its spring Regional IACUC Conference in conjunction with PRIM&R’s 2016 IACUC Conference, which took place on April 1-2 (pre-conference programs on March 30, 2016).
Twenty five years ago, the Presidents and CEOs of the Pacific Northwest's most respected research facilities recognized that public trust in the integrity of research was essential to the future of medical discovery in the region. NWABR was born out of that commitment and stands today as the Northwest’s leading voice for understanding biomedical research and its ethical conduct. Through education and dialogue, NWABR is dedicated to promoting the public's trust in biomedical research and its ethical conduct. Our diverse membership spans academic, industry, nonprofit research institutes, healthcare, and voluntary health organizations. Learn more about NWABR.
Each spring, NWABR hosts a Regional IACUC Conference to serve the needs of its local constituents. This year’s conference was for those who work locally, but also for all those working within the global field of animal care and use.
CE Credits from the 2016 NWABR Regional IACUC Conference may be used by Certified Professional IACUC Administrators (CPIAs) who are eligible to recertify by continuing education. A total of 7.5 credits are available; please see the conference schedule for which sessions are eligible.