Contemporary Science, Values and Animal Subjects in Research

TitleContemporary Science, Values and Animal Subjects in Research
Publication TypeFilm or Broadcast
Year of Publication2004
PublisherNorth Carolina State University, Division of Multidisciplinary Studies
Publication Languageeng
AbstractThis online tutorial consists of a series of essays and bibliographies looking at the use of animals in clinical research. It includes a brief history on the use of animals in research, a discussion about different stances on the ethics of the use of animals in research, the use of animals as models in biomedical research, and separate sections talking about the use of rodents, rabbits, pigs, dogs, cats, and primates in research, as well as mini-lessons about animal research subjects in engineering, biomedical research, and Institutional Animal Care and use Committees. This tutorial is also an extremely good place to look for further resources and case studies on this topic.
NotesWeb site developed with support of the U.S. Office of Research Integrity.
URLhttp://ori.dhhs.gov/education/products/ncstate/index.htm
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