ARDF is pleased to announce that its 2013 Alternatives Research Grant Program has made its selections. ARDF has awarded $200,000 to scientists developing alternative methods in a variety of areas of medical research, testing and education.
Congratulations to awardees:
Patrick D. McMullen, PhD The Hamner Institute for Health Sci ences, Research Triangle Park, NC Characterization and Visualization of Toxicity Pathways from High-Throughput in vitro Screening: An Example with the aryl-hydrocarbon receptor
Gary S. Sayler, PhD University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN Expressing Bacterial Bioluminescence in Human Cell Lines: Engineering Autobioluminescent Reporter Cells to Screen for Oxidative Stress
Karen H. Watanabe, PhD Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR Formulation of a Computational Model for Ovarian Development
L. Ray Whalen, DVM, PhD Colorado St ate University, Fort Collins, CO Support for the Virtual Feline Anatomy and Virtual Equine Anatomy Programs In Development at Colorado State University, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Matthew C. Wright, PhD Newcastle University, Newcastle Up on Tyne, UK An Unlimited Supply of Rat Hepatocytes in vitro - Replacing Animals as Donors
For additional information on this program, please follow the link above.