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For nearly three decades, NJABR has been dedicated to education, outreach and advocacy on behalf of the biomedical research community. We have allocated resources, both human and financial, to fulfilling our mission in the following three priority areas:
NJABR is not afraid to address the controversial issues that impact the research community and we advocate tirelessly to increase the understanding of the critical role and value of animal research. We advocate for continued access to all biomedical research models and to ensure New Jersey, and the country as a whole, become better places to conduct research.
NJABR’s annual IACUC Conference on September 22 is the region’s premier training event for Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee members and managers, laboratory animal veterinarians, animal welfare compliance specialists, laboratory animal care staff and other research team members.
On June 27 and 28, NJABR is hosting an event open to interested individuals in the biomedical research advocacy community. The 2017 Biomedical Research Advocacy Summit will help us find common ground and come together on key issues. The goal of the event will be to improve on the work being completed on behalf of our collective members and the research community as a whole, as well as to explore new advocacy messages and methods.
With your support and participation, we will continue to expand our advocacy and member services and provide the high level educational programming that the research community has come to expect. We need you to get involved. By joining NJABR, you will demonstrate tangible support for people on the front lines. You help them do their jobs better every day.
Connecting the people,
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Atco, NJ 08004
NJABR dedicates time and energy to cultivating strong relationships to drive successful programming and to strengthen the community through collaboration and cooperation. Together, we greatly enhance the value of our advocacy.