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									           Charles River
          Short Course :
                      SECOND EUROPEAN EDITION
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           ANIMAL SCIENCE
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   - S S TRASBOURG : H i t o OTEL
 F F - t r a s b o u r g : H ILlTONn HH o t e l
      ANU u Y y 2 23, 23, 2003
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                            CHARLES RIVER
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                  Contributing to the Search for Healthier Lives
   Charles River Short Course :
                  SECOND EUROPEAN EDITION

 “LABORATORY ANIMAL SCIENCE AND MODERN BIOLOGY”
       STRASBOURG, HILTON HOTEL JANUARY, 22-23-24
CO-CHAIRMEN OF THE MEETING : JANN HAU AND WILLIAM J. WHITE

Tuesday January, 21           : 17.00 - 20.30 Welcome - Registration.

Wednesday January, 22 : 7.45 - 9.00 Last registration
                               Plenary session n° 1 : "Genetics”

Thursday January, 23          : Workshop sessions
                                (4 sessions in 2 parallel programmes :
                                see details later)

Friday January, 24            : Plenary session n° 2 :
                               "Bio-exclusion : from fundamentals
                                to practicalities"




             PROGRAMME
                         W EDNESDAY - J ANUARY, 22
7.45 – 9.00 : last registrations

1. PLENARY         SESSION N°1       : "GENETICS"
   Session convenor : William R. Shek (CRL).

➬ 8.45 – 9.00 : Opening,William J. White (CRL).
                         welcome address
  Jann Hau (BMC) and

➬ 9.00 – 10.00 : Genetics of outbred, inbred and F1 colonies :
  definitions and characteristics
   Hans J. Hedrich (Medical School Hannover).

➬ 10.15 – 11.15exploiting genetic background effects.
  avoiding and
                : Selection of inbred strains :

   Carol Cutler Linder (The Jackson laboratory).


➬ 11.30 – 12.30 : Mouse genetics and nomenclature of
  genetically modified mice.
   Jennifer Corrigan (The Jackson Laboratory).

➬ 12.30 – 14.00 : buffet lunch
➬ 14.00 – 15.00 : The sciencethe expression, technical evolution
  molecular factors affecting
                               behind the genetic modifications :

   to generate genetically modified mice and rats.
   Kader Thiam (GenOway).

➬ 15.15 –lines : from founders to colony expansion. modified
           16.15 : Project management of genetically
  rodent
   Cyril Desvignes (CRL).

➬ 16.30 – 17.30 : Consomic rats in the study of physiology.
  (Final title expected).
   Howard Jacob (Wisconsin University).
       2.W ORKSHOPS - T HURSDAY - J ANUARY,23
                      Workshop A                      Workshop B
                      Best practices               Managing and maintaining
     a.m.       in experimental techniques             animal colonies
     p.m.           LAS training tools,         Communication about science and
                 objectives and resources           animal use in research


MORNING WORKSHOP A
"Best practices in experimental techniques”
Convenor : Gemma Perretta (CNR, Istituto di Neurobiologia e Medicina Moleculare).
Note : presentations include time for questions
➬ 8.30 – 9.10 : Approaching refinement : an overview.
  Alex Popovic (Pfizer).
➬ 9.10 Troncy:(Montreal University). factor
  Eric
       – 9.50 Pain as an interfering

➬ 9.50 – 10.20 : Coffee-break
➬ 10.20Flecknell :(University of Newcastle).
  Paul
        – 11.00 Update on the use of analgesic.

➬ 11.00 – 11.40 : Imaging techniques : current possibilities and
  evolutions : the ANIMAGE network.
    Marc Janier (CREATIS-CERMEP-ANIMAGE).
➬ 11.40 – 12.30 : Last questions and panel discussion.
➬ 12.30 – 14.00 : buffet lunch
MORNING     WORKSHOP   B
"Managing and maintaining animal colonies"
Convenor : Werner Nicklas (German Cancer Research Centre).
Note : presentations include time for questions
➬ 8.30 – 9.10 ILAR reference papers.
               : European and US approaches to health monitoring :
  FELASA vs
    Felix R. Homberger (Weill Medical College of Cornell University
    and the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center).
➬ 9.10 –Dunn :(CRL).
  Colin
         9.40 Interpretation of assays and results in health monitoring.

➬ 9.40interpretation of results. Patrick Hardy (CRL).
  and
       – 10.10 : Genetic monitoring : selection of assays

➬ 10.10 – 10.40 : Coffee-break
➬ 10.40 – 11.20 : Risk management associated with interfacility
  exchanges. (Final title expected). Rick Carver (Merck Sharp Dohme).

➬ 11.20 – 12.00 : Update on rodent
  Charles Clifford (CRL).
                                             diseases, recent developments.

➬ 12.00 – 12.30 : Information management and health monitoring.
  William R. Shek (CRL).
➬ 12.30 – 14.00 : buffet lunch
AFTERNOON    WORKSHOP      A
"LAS training tools & resources"
Convenor : Hanna-Marja Voipio (University of Oulu).

➬ 14.00 – 14.30 : Education and training in laboratory animal
  science : requirements and implementation.
    Bert van Zutphen (Utrecht University).
➬ 14.30 – 15.00 : Teaching new researchof Newcastle).
  for trainers. Paul Flecknell (University
                                           staff - new resources
                                                                      ...T HURSDAY - J ANUARY,23
    ➬ 15.00 – 15.30 : and FELASA Animal Science tools and resources :
      US experience
                      Laboratory
                                 category D.
            Timo Nevalainen (NLAC & Vet. Faculty, Universities of Kuopio and Helsinki).
    ➬ 15.30 – 16.00 : Coffee-break, visit of the exhibition of training resources.
    ➬ 16.00 – 16.30 : Training in Europe : the ECLAM / ESLAV perspectives.
      Tim Morris (ECLAM).
    ➬ 16.30 – 17.00 : Panel discussion
    ➬ 17.00 – 17.30 :having registered to/ present her/his educationisresources
      (any participant
                       Demonstrations exhibition of
                                                           resources welcome).

    AFTERNOON                  WORKSHOP B
    "Communication about science & animal use in research”
    Convenor : Jan Hau (FELASA).
    ➬ 14.00 Matfield :(Research Defence Society). : the U.K. experience.
      Mark
            – 14.30 Communication about research

    ➬ 14.30 – 15.00 : Communication(Sanofi-Synthelabo Recherche).
      experience. Bruno Verschuere
                                    about research : the G.I.R.CO.R.

    ➬ 15.00 – 15.30 : Questions and discussion
    ➬ 15.30 – 16.00 : Tea-break
    Updates on the use of animals in sensitive fields :
    ➬ 16.00 – 16.30 : Animal models for xenotransplantation.
      Marialuisa Lavitrano (University of Milano-Bicocca).

    ➬ 16.30 – 17.00 : Phenotyping : characterization of genetically
      engineered mice.
            Juan Martin-Caballero (Centro Nacional de Investigacíones Oncologícas).

    ➬ 17.00 Cutler Linder (The Jackson Laboratory).
      Carol
            – 17.30 : Genetics.


    ➬ 17.30Finch (Inveresk Research). : generating safety data.
            – 18.30 : Trends in toxicology
      John
    The goal of the second part of this workshop is to provide all laboratory animal professio-
    nals attending the course with a key information, fully updated and reliable, about highly sen-
    sitive aspects of using laboratory animals. A good understanding and perception is helpful
    when communicating about science and animal use in research.

 Please send the attached registration form to : Ulrike Peter
 Charles River Consulting - Sandhofer Weg 7 - D - 97633 Sulzfeld
                                                                                                                                             •••
                                                                                                                                                               ✁
 Please make sure that your registration form is fully completed.
 The information requested is important. Thank you.

Mr ❑           Ms ❑

Family name :                                                                                                   First name :

Title/Position :

Department/Division :

Institution/Company :

Full address :

City/Zip Code/Country :

Telephone :                                                                                     Fax :
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❑ Please register me to the European Charles River Short Course (in January 2003).
(registration fee : 780 € for the three days).
❑ Please note that I plan to stay in Hilton hotel
From.......................................to....................................... January 2003 (total number of nights : ......................................)
❑ Please note that I plan to stay in another hotel, I will find my own accommodation.

           Date :                                                                                          Signature :
                                         F RIDAY J ANUARY,24

3 - PLENARY SESSION N°2 : " BIO-EXCLUSION :
    FROM FUNDAMENTALS TO PRACTICALITIES"
Session convenor : William J. White (CRL).

➬ 8.30 – 9.30 use. (Final title expected). Williamcomparative review,
              : Sterilants and decontaminants :
  strategy of                                      J. White (CRL).
➬ 9.45 – 10.30 : Room bio-decontamination using hydrogen
  peroxide vapour : technology and applications.
   Don Bissell (BioQuell Pharma).
➬ 10.45 –drinking State of the art quality control for laboratory
         11.15 :
  animal          water. James Wilson (Edström Industries).
➬ 11.35 – 12.30 : Sterilisation versus hot washing : comparison,
  limitations, efficiency and application.
   Hermann Schramm (Steris GmbH).
➬ 12.30 – 13.30 : buffet lunch
➬ 13.30 – 14.15 : The impact of the biocidal product directive.
   (Final title expected). John Rigarlsford (Diversey-Lever Ltd.).
➬ 14.30 – 15.15 : Health risk disease vectors.
                              of laboratory animals due to infestation
  by wild rodents and other
   Michael Faulde (Central Institute of Medical Duty of Army).

➬ 15.30hygenic standards in air filtration. solution complying with
        – 16.15 : Biostatic air filter : a smart
  legal
   Joachim Herbig (AAF-Lufttechnik GmbH).

➬ 16.15 – 16.30 : Closing comments, distribution of certificates
  of attendance.


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             Ulrike PETER
             Charles River Consulting
             Sandhofer Weg 7
             D - 97633 Sulzfeld
            Additional information

Venue :
The Short Course will be held in Hilton Hotel.
Address : Avenue Herrenschmidt, F - 67000 Strasbourg.
Tel : 33.(0)3.88.37.10.10. Fax : 33.(0)3.88.36.83.27.
Web site : http://www.hilton-strasbourg-com
A tranmway line facilitates travelling to Hilton hotel from other locations in
Strasbourg.

Accommodation :
• A limited number of rooms will be available in Hilton Hotel at a special
rate.
• Accommodation can also be made in other hotels located around the
Short Course venue. For these, there is no agreement for special rates.
- Please refer to the website : http://www.strasbourg.com (information in
French or English) and click on 'Office of Tourism'.

Registration fee :
780 € for the three days payable to Charles River Consulting.
Registration fee must be paid in full after the final announcement.
The fee does not include travel expenses, accommodation, transport to/from
the venue and the meals not specified in the programme.

Scientific programme :
Any member of the Scientific Committee can be contacted :
• Colin S. Dunn,      DVM        Charles River United-Kingdom
  c.dunn@criver.co.uk
• Max L. Fumanelli,      DVM     Charles River Italy
  mlf@charles-river.it
• Patrick Hardy,       DVM       Charles River France
  phardy@iffa-credo.fr
• Christian Kuhn,        DVM     Charles River Germany
  ckuhn@criver.com


Social activities :
Details will be given in the final announcement.
                                                                                   Photo Y. Noto Campanella - Office de Tourisme de Srasbourg




Practical information/registration/payment :
Please contact Ulrike Peter.
Charles River Consulting, Sandhofer Weg 7, D - 97633 Sulzfeld.
Tel : 49.(0)9761.406.45. - Fax : 49.(0)9761.406-58. - E-mail : upeter@criver.com




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