Engaging, Informing, Supporting
The European Animal Research Association (EARA) is a communications and advocacy organisation, representing both public and private institutions in the biomedical sector.
Its mission is to inform people about the continued need for, and benefits of, the humane use of animals in scientific research, by providing accurate and evidence-based information.
See our dedicated page, on the tab bar, that has information on how research using animals is part of the fight against coronavirus.
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- Biomedical sector still at an ‘unsatisfactory level of openness’ about animal research
- EARA/EFPIA report stresses need for animal-derived antibodies in human and animal health
- A better way to handle fish used in research
- Genetic research and animal models in UK heart disease studies
Dr. Cliodhna Quigley, German Primate Center, Göttingen, talks about her research on visual attention in rhesus monkeys.
A big part of the work is the handling and training of the monkeys and she explains how important it is for the animals to be relaxed.
The message in the video “La experimentación animal da vida” (Animal research gives life) was repeated by board members of SECAL.
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