CLATR will sponsor several activities at the 2021 National AALAS Meeting
CLATR Speed Mentoring
CLATR is excited to continue the proud tradition of bringing trainees and experienced laboratory animal professionals together for a mentoring session. The "speed networking" format ensures maximization of contacts with current and future colleagues. Come meet new people and share your experiences virtually!
Tuesday, November 9th at 3:00pm (EST).
*Note: this is the week AFTER AALAS.
Mentors and trainees should contact Kate Storves to register. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pathology Quiz Bowl Co-sponsored with IDEXX BioResearch
Test your pathology skills in and fun an interactive session that has become an AALAS mainstay.
CLATR sponsors two special platform sessions dedicated solely to trainees and their research. Join our on-demand sessions for exciting and ground-breaking research from future field leaders!
Tuesday, 2:15 - 5pm
Wednesday, 8:00 - 10:45am
Wallace P. Rowe Lecture & Bhatt Award Winner
Wallace P. Rowe was the first scientist to undertake systemic studies of many viral infections of laboratory animal mice. This lecture focuses on a current, innovative concept with implications for laboratory animal diseases.
The Microbiome and Animal Models of Disease,
Progressing Beyond Correlations
Tuesday, 11:00am - 12:00pm
History of the Wallace P. Rowe Lecture
The Wallace P. Rowe Lecture is an invited talk featured at the National Meeting of the American Association of Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS), the premier forum for the exchange of information and expertise in the care and use of laboratory animals. The Rowe lecture features a speaker who has made significant scientific contributions using animal models and is a strong role model for scientists in the field of Comparative Medicine. Dr. Rowe was the first scientist to undertake systemic studies of many of the viral infections of laboratory mice; he published over 225 scientific papers between 1950 and 1985 on diseases including Murine Leukemia Virus, SV40, human adenoviruses, and nearly all known viruses of rodents--polyoma virus, thymic virus, reovirus, MHV, LDHV, Theiler’s virus, LCMV , MAV, RCV and MVM. The Wallace P. Rowe Memorial Lectureship was established in 1985 to provide an enduring legacy to commemorate Dr. Rowe’s many contributions to laboratory animal science.
ACLAD/RADIL-Sponsored Wallace P. Rowe Lectures at National AALAS Meetings
Cytotoxic T cells
Acute viral encephalitis
Small animal models of AIDS
Genetic engineering in the mouse
Genetics of behavior
Murine models for mucosal immunity
Mouse genomics and veterinarian's role
Genetically engineered mouse phenotyping
West Nile Virus in the Western hemisphere
Reptile medicine and research
Herbert W. (Skip) Virgin
Animal models in antiviral research
Cancer bioassay: challenges for the future
Things we don’t know about vaccines
Herpesviruses: evading and manipulating immune responses
Michael BA Oldstone
The Anatomy of Viral Persistence
Axel Kornerup Hansen
The Impact of Gut Microbiota on Rodent Models of Human Diseases
Janice E. Clements
Molecular Pathogenesis of HIV Infection: Employing a Unique Macaque Model
Ebola Vaccine Development
Kathleen R. Pritchett-Corning
Why Mice Have Always Mattered
Lon V. Kendall
Pain Recognition and Management in Rodents
Abigail L. Smith
The Early and (Not So) Strange Marriage of Rodent Virus Diagnostics and Arbovirology—Where Do We Go Now
Cory F. Brayton
Appreciating Research Noise
Susan R. Compton
Molecular Diagnostics in Laboratory Animal Science
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