SfN Supports Scientists Conducting Animal Research

As SfN President Hollis Cline explains in her latest column, responsible animal research is essential to advancing our understanding of the brain and nervous system and discovering cures for neurological disorders. The Society for Neuroscience is committed to advocating for the ethical use of animals in research and supporting neuroscientists around the world who conduct animal research. “As animal rights extremists around the world call into question the need for animal research, SfN plays a critical role in communicating the importance of animal research and in assisting members who conduct this research,” said Mar Sanchez, chair of the Committee on Animals in Research and associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Emory University.  SfN has been a longtime leader in advocating for the use of animals in research, including…

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