Animals in Neurologic Research
The American Academy of Neurology endorses the appropriate and responsible use of animals as experimental subjects in scientific research.
Neurology Podcast: The Animal Research War
A September 22, 2009, podcast for Neurology® includes an interview conducted by Ted M. Burns, MD, and David Q. Beversdorf, MD, with P. Michael Conn, MD, about the 2008 book The Animal Research War, which he co-authored with James Parker, MD.
Animals in Research: FAQ
Significance. Concerns. Fact & Fallacies. Get answers to your questions about animals in neurological research. Read the FAQ.
Sensitive but Sensible Brochure
A four-color brochure for use in neurologists' office for the purpose of public education.
To order the free brochure, please contact AAN Member Services at firstname.lastname@example.org, (800) 879-1960, or (612) 928-6000 (international).
Medical Research with Animals: For Researchers and Institutions from NIH
The NIH has launched a new web site, Medical Research with Animals: For Researchers and Institutions, to support NIH-funded scientists using animal models.
Ongoing Advances—NABR (National Association of Biomedical Research) and the AAN
Founded in 1979, The National Association for Biomedical Research (NABR) provides the unified voice for the scientific community on legislative and regulatory matters affecting laboratory animal research.
APHIS Updates Animal Care Resource Guide
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has updated the Animal Care Resources Guide (formerly called Animal Care Policy Manual).
The effective date for implementing the revised policies is March 25, 2011. This policy guide clarifies, interprets and provides examples of how regulated entities can comply with existing Animal Welfare Act regulations or standards.