Do you want to stay up to date on the latest 3Rs research, but are short on time? Listen to our monthly 3-Minute 3Rs Podcast. This month, we’ve got a special double feature to highlight the results of the 2020 3Rs Prize, awarded by the NC3Rs and sponsored by GSK. Let’s start with the winner: Laura Pellegrini at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, for her animal-replacing organoid work. Released on the third Thursday of every month. Produced in conjunction with Lab Animal & NC3Rs.
In addition to our 3-Minute 3Rs Podcast there are a few other great podcasts we recommend.
LabRatChat – Lab Rat Chat is a podcast dedicated to providing the public with factual information about the importance of humane and ethical animal research. It was made possible through the Michael D. Hayre Fellowship in Public Outreach, which is sponsored by Americans for Medical Progress.
GetReal! – A podcast hosted by Dr. Cindy Buckmaster and the National Animal Interest Alliance (NAIA) dedicated to open discussion about animal research: the good, the bad, and the ugly. Cindy explores the deep truths, so we can make compassionate choices for people and animals to shape our medical future together.
Legal Drugs Podcast – Every day, each of us is affected by legal drugs. The pharmaceutical industry is one of the strongest, richest and yet most mysterious industries in America. Why do some drugs make it to market and others don’t? Why are some drugs so expensive? And what is the human effect of this industry? Join industry veteran Angela Stoyanovitch as she explores the complex systems in place and what it means for you and me.
NIH All About Grants podcast discusses considerations for alternatives to animals in grant applications in the ost recent episode. Join OLAW’s Dr. Neera Gopee and the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences’ Dr. Christine Livingston to discuss the 3Rs, the Vertebrate Animals Section of grant applications, helpful resources and relevant policies, the role of IACUCs and peer review, and examples of alternatives to animals in research.