Principles Of Animal Research For Graduate And Undergraduate Students by Mark A. SuckowPrinciples Of Animal Research For Graduate And Undergraduate Students by Mark A. Suckow

Principles Of Animal Research For Graduate And Undergraduate Students

byMark A. Suckow, Kay Stewart

Paperback | December 7, 2016

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Principles of Animal Researchis the first publication to offer a broad look at animal research science for a student, early researcher, or technician. Offering guidance for all aspects of the research experience, including the research and development of a thesis, model selection, experimental design, IACUC protocol preparation, and animal husbandry and technical procedural needs, the book is a necessary addition to every student, technician, and researcher's education.

  • Provides background material for students to understand the broader backdrop against which animal research is undertaken
  • Includes ethical and regulatory information
  • Covers commonly used animal models and the process to choose a model for biomedical research
Director, Research Animal Resource, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN, USAKay Stewart is the Associate Director of the Freimann Life Science Centre at the University of Notre Dame. Her research straddles both the role of animals in biomedical research and the ethics and treatment of animals in academic settings.
Title:Principles Of Animal Research For Graduate And Undergraduate StudentsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:286 pages, 8.75 × 6.35 × 0.68 inPublished:December 7, 2016Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0128021519

ISBN - 13:9780128021514

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Brief Historical Overview on the Use of Animals in Research

Chapter 2. Philosophical and Ethical Foundations

Chapter 3. Regulations and Guidelines

Chapter 4. Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee

Chapter 5. Experimental Variables

Chapter 6. Model Selection

Chapter 7. Commonly Used Animal Models

Chapter 8. Common Technical Procedures in Rodents

Chapter 9. Considerations for Use of Vertebrates in Field Studies

Chapter 10. Personnel Safety in the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals

Chapter 11. Thesis Development