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LABORATORY ANIMAL CARE, MANAGEMENT AND EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES

Description

The objectives of this online course are to provide the theoretical knowledge and practical exposure to the participants in laboratory animal science and management. This is a unique opportunity for basic training in the area of laboratory animal care, management and experimentation. The course will cover the basic of how to manage animal facility, routine care and husbandry practices of animals, experimental procedures techniques and quality control procedures.

What Will I Learn?

  • LABORATORY ANIMALS
  • LABORATORY ANIMAL FACILITY
  • HOUSING AND CARE OF LABORATORY ANIMALS
  • DISEASES AND MANAGEMENT
  • BASIC EXPERIMENTAL ANIMAL TECHNIQUES

Topics for this course

29 Lessons20h

MODULE-1: LABORATORY ANIMALS?

INTRODUCTION Types of laboratory animals Uses of laboratory animals Basic of selection of laboratory animals for different experimentation. CPCSEA: Purpose and scope of CPCSEA IAEC and the guidelines.
1.1. INTRODUCTION5:10
1.2. USES OF LABORATORY ANIMALS IN RESEARCH10:15
1.3.1. TYPES OF LABORATORY ANIMALS (GUINEA PIG, GERBIL, HAMSTER): PART 24:57
1.3.2. TYPES OF LABORATORY ANIMALS ( RABBIT, MONKEY,CAT,DOG) : PART 317:55
1.3.3. TYPES OF LABORATORY ANIMALS (FROG, ZEBRA FISH, CHICKEN, PIGEON): PART 423:21
1.3. TYPES OF LABORATORY ANIMALS (MOUSE, RAT): PART I16:18
1.4. ANIMAL ETHICS AND CARE7:42
1.4.1. CPCSEA AND IAEC39:41
The evolving role of animals in research Innovation and ethics3:30
THE CURIOUS HISTORY OF LAB RATS4:19

MODULE-2: LABORATORY ANIMAL FACILITY

MODULE-3: HOUSING AND NUTRITION OF LAB ANIMALS

MODULE-4: BREEDING AND COMMON DISEASES OF LAB ANIMALS

MODULE-5: BASIC EXPERIMENTAL ANIMAL TECHNIQUES

FINAL TEST

Live Class

About the instructor

Dr Rachana B is an assistant professor at Department of Zoology, St. Aloysius College (Autonomous) Mangaluru. She has received her Ph.D. from department of Applied Zoology, Mangalore University. she has published two research papers in international peer reviewed journals and presented nine research papers in national and international conferences. Her primary research is on pharmacology and toxicology. Other fields of interest are cytogenetics and cancer biology. She has taught MSc students Animal cell biotechnology, genetics and quantitative biology, biodiversity and conservation. Key Skills: Proficient user of statistical software's such as SPSS, Graphpad Prism and Past.
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It was good💞

Very interesting and engaging!

It was really usefull😊😊

It was good❤️

I enjoyed it and it was very helpful.
Thank you very much

Thanks a million for giving all of us a golden opportunity during this COVID-19 Lock down to learn very practical things in life...

Totally worth!!

> Topics selected under the title were apt
> lecture vedios were made easy and to the point discussions
> some relavent vedios chosen to simplify topics is commendable
> gained a very brief idea on labouratory management of animals & how research areas in these streams work.

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Material Includes

  • 20 hours of class
  • Assignments
  • Interactive Quiz Module

Requirements

  • Undergraduate and Postgraduate students

Target Audience

  • The content of the course has been designed to benefit the biology students (UG and PG) with interests in animal science and biomedical research.
  • course provides a foundation for responsible use of laboratory animals and achieve high scientific standards thus enabling the students to be fully competent to undertake animal experimentation with responsibility.