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  • Scientist.com Animal Welfare Legislation Series

Animal Welfare Legislation Series

Scientist.com’s Animal Welfare Legislation Series is a 3-part webinar series to explore animal welfare legislation in North America, Asia, and Europe. In each installment, we'll delve into the region-specific regulatory requirements while discussing best practices and ethical guidelines for companies and organizations involved in bio-pharma sectors. Our intent is not only to shed light on the legal aspects but also to emphasize these stakeholders' crucial role in observing and promoting ethical practices in animal welfare.

  • Out of This World Research at Brock University - Space Flight’s Impact on Female Mice Reproductive Health

Out of This World Research at Brock University: Space Flight’s Impact on Female Mice Reproductive Health

Interviews, Muscle Physiology, News, Videos|

NASA's SpaceX CRS-29 launched on November 9th, a commercial resupply services mission to the International Space Station (ISS) that was also carrying scientific experiments and technology demonstrations. Included amongst these was the Rodent Research-20 (RR-20) payload, the contents of which will be studied by Brock University's Dr. Val Fajardo and his team using Aurora Scientific equipment upon its return.

  • Integrating Patient Engagement and Trainee Development in Pre-Clinical Research

Integrating Patient Engagement and Trainee Development in Pre-Clinical Research

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Christopher Perry, PhD discusses how his laboratory aims to discover mechanisms by which metabolic dysfunction causes muscle weakness and apply these findings to develop new therapies for muscle disorders. Homira Osman, PhD provides a particular focus on leveraging scientific findings for practice and policy and linking trainees with patient communities.

  • Talking Real Science with Oliver Wearing

Talking Real Science with Oliver Wearing

Oliver Wearing shares what led him to study the relationship between cardiovascular physiology and the autonomic nervous system, how achieving his various positions and awards have allowed him to pursue his research goals, and where he hopes to take his work next.

  • Talking Real Science with Tanishq Vaidya

Talking Real Science with Tanishq Vaidya

Tanishq is one of 10 winners of the inaugural Scientist.com STEM Research NIL Award. In this episode, he discusses his current research interests, projects, and where the road lies ahead for his future career aspirations in STEM.

  • Talking Real Science with Ellie Siebeneck

Talking Real Science with Ellie Siebeneck

Ellie Siebeneck is one of 10 winners of the inaugural Scientist.com STEM Research NIL Award. In this episode, she discusses her passion for learning, mentorship and where the road lies ahead for her academic journey. 

Talking Real Science with Micaela Merrill

Micaela Merrill discusses her inspiration for science, as well as where she plans to take her career in the future. Her current project is a subset of a larger research story that seeks to understand the risk factors and comorbidities of PTSD in a metropolitan population of Black Americans.

  • Talking Real Science with Jared Oenick

Talking Real Science with Jared Oenick

Jared Oenick gives us a brief look at what his inspiration for science is, as well as where he plans to take his career in the future. He recounts how having a personalized experience with renal disease not only encouraged him, but gave him the clarity needed to find solutions to the problems facing many patients today. 

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