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Symposium - The use of great apes for invasive research: Science, policy, welfare, and current events
Friday 8th August, 10:00-12:20
Harris
Convenor: Conlee, K.
831 CHIMPANZEE USE FOR INVASIVE RESEARCH AND TESTING WORLDWIDE: OVERVIEW, LAWS, CURRENT EVENTS AND CAMPAIGNS
K. Conlee
The Humane Society of the United States, United States
832 THE SCIENTIFIC CASE FOR INVASIVE RESEARCH WITH CHIMPANZEES
J.L. VandeBerg
Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research, United States
833 EXAMINING THE EFFICACY OF CHIMPANZEE RESEARCH AND ITS CONTRIBUTION TO COMBATING HUMAN DISEASES
J. Bailey
NEAVS/Project R&R: Release & Restitution for Chimpanzees in US Laboratories, United States
834 HUMANE CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING THE USE OF CHIMPANZEES IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH AND TESTING
T. Capaldo
NEAVS/Project R&R: Release & Restitution for Chimpanzees in US Laboratories, United States
835 ETHICAL ISSUES SURROUNDING THE USE OF GREAT APES IN INVASIVE RESEARCH
Michael Balls
FRAME, United Kingdom
836 AN OVERVIEW OF WORLDWIDE SANCTUARIES WITH GREAT APES FROM RESEARCH LABORATORIES
G. Grow
Fauna Foundation Sanctuary, Canada
837 NON-INVASIVE BEHAVIORAL RESEARCH WITH AFRICAN APES IN AFRICAN SANCTUARIES
B. Hare
Duke University, United States