Animal Research at UBC


About animal research at UBC

Responsible transparency

UBC is taking steps towards responsible transparency in animal research by being the first Canadian university to provide information on the total number, species groups, degree of invasiveness and purpose of use of animals involved in research. UBC is also the first Canadian university to release its comprehensive assessment report by the Canadian Council for Animal Care.

UBC releases 2015 statistics of animals involved in research
Dec. 5, 2016

UBC releases 2014 statistics of animals involved in research
Dec. 2, 2015

UBC releases 2013 statistics of animals involved in research
Dec. 17, 2014

UBC releases 2012 statistics of animals involved in research
Dec. 6, 2013

UBC releases 2011 statistics of animals involved in research
Dec. 14, 2012

UBC releases report on care of research animals
Aug. 31, 2012

The University has released the results of the most recent comprehensive Canadian Council on Animal Care (CCADC) assessment of UBC animal care facilities.

UBC animal research vindicated by Canadian Council on Animal Care
Mar. 19, 2012

UBC releases information on purpose of use of animals involved at UBC
Jan. 30, 2012

UBC releases new information on animal research
Oct. 28, 2011


Respectful dialogue

The University is also facilitating respectful dialogue on various aspects of animal research through a special series in UBC Reports and encouraging the campus community to engage in academic discourse on the issue.

UBC Reports Special Animal Research Series 


The UBC community on animal research

a place of mind, The University of British Columbia

 

Animal Research
E-mail: research.info@ubc.ca

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