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BackAbout the AWSBC
- Animal Welfare Science and Bioethics Centre
- About the AWSBC
- Promoting Responsible Animal-Based Science
- OIE Collaborating Centre
- Current Activities and Research Programmes/Projects
- Postgraduate Programme
- Postgraduate Students
- Other Education, Training and Extension
Where is the AWSBC?
The Centre is located on the Turitea campus of Massey University in Palmerston North, New Zealand. Contact can be made via either of the two Co-Directors, the Foundation Director or Deputy Director.
When was the AWSBC formed?
The Centre evolved from the Animal Welfare Research Group established in 1992 in the former Faculty of Veterinary Science. The Centre’s formation received Massey University Council approval in November 1998.
Why was the AWSBC formed?
The Centre’s objectives are: "To promote via scientific research, education and advice, the humane and responsible care of animals, and to develop and apply ethical principles to guide human-animal interactions and the use of biotechnology."
Who is the AWSBC?
Professor C B Johnson
Professor K J Stafford
Professor D J Mellor
Dr. N J Beausoleil
R N Ward
Other Massey University staff and AWSBC External Associates are Centre members.
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Last updated on Wednesday 14 September 2016