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LABEX of MA is committed to achieve excellence and dedicated to promote quality management and care in the field of laboratory animal science. In that regard, we encourage professional development and we participate in numerous programs exchanging information, participating in trade shows, supporting public outreach and educational projects. One way that we support the science community is through our memberships to the organizations listed below.


Allied Trade Association (ATA)

The ATA is a member of the AALAS Site Selection Committee. The ATA is invited to all AALAS Board of Trustee meetings and sits on the fledgling AALAS Exhibitor Advisory Committee. The ATA is committed to working with the various AALAS branches with the same goal of having good facilities and exhibits at their annual meetings, at sites beneficial and convenient for all attendees.

www.go2ata.org

American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS)

AALAS is the premier forum for the exchange of information and expertise in the care and use of laboratory animals. Since 1950, they've been dedicated to the humane care and treatment of laboratory animals and the quality research that leads to scientific gains that benefit people and animals.

www.aalas.org

Arizona Branch of American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS)

Just as there are many types of lab animals, there is a great diversity of people whose work involves animal care and use, including: the scientist who designs and conducts research, the veterinarian who supervises the care of animals, the animal caretaker or technician who monitors the animals while providing daily care, the representatives of a company that sells products or services used in lab animals. To benefit these people AZAALAS was set up as an information network for those involved with lab animal science in any way. AALAS depends on its' members to remain informed & grow.

www.azaalas.org

American College of Toxicology

The mission of the American College of Toxicology is to educate, lead and serve professionals in industry, government and related areas of toxicology by actively promoting the exchange of information and perspectives on the current status of safety assessment and the application of new developments in toxicology.

www.actox.org

Canadian Association for Laboratory Animal Science

Since 1962, CALAS has been working to eliminate inhumane and unnecessary use of animals in research. Working with a membership comprised of veterinarians, physicians, researchers, administrators and technicians, CALAS has achieved many successes in improving the care of laboratory animals in research, teaching and testing.

www.calas-acsal.org

Central Ohio Branch of American Association for Laboratory Animal Science

SCOBAALAS is dedicated to carrying-out the mission and philosophy of "Working through Education for the Betterment of Science”.

www.cob.d5aalas.org

Chicago Branch of AALAS (CB-AALAS)

The Chicago Branch of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science is a non-profit educational organization of persons and institutions professionally concerned with the humane production, care, and study of laboratory animals and serves as a medium for the exchange of scientific information on laboratory animal care.

www.cbaalas.org

Delaware Valley Branch American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (DVBAALAS)

DVBAALAS is committed to achieving excellence and innovation in the field of laboratory animal science by providing an open forum for communucational programs and seminars throughout the year and participaication, promoting education and training and disseminating information concerning the benefits of humane care and use of animals in biomedical research. The Branch offers a variety of edtes in the Tribranch Symposium held in June of each year.

www.tribranch.org

Florida Branch of American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (FAALAS)

American Association for Laboratory Animal Science

Welcome to the official website of the Florida Branch, American Association for Laboratory Animal Science.  We hope you enjoy visiting our site, and are able to find the information you need.

www.florida-aalas.org

Indiana Branch of American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS)

The American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) is the premier forum for the exchange of information and expertise in the care and use of laboratory animals. We are dedicated to the advancement and dissemination of knowledge about the responsible care and use of laboratory animals for the benefit of human and animal health.

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Laboratory Animal Management Association (LAMA)

LAMA is dedicated to enhancing the quality of management and care of laboratory animals throughout the world. LAMA advances the laboratory animal management profession through education, knowledge exchange and professional development.

www.lama-online.org

Louisiana Branch of AALAS (LB-AALAS)

The Louisiana Branch of AALAS is a non-profit, educational organization dedicated to advancing and disseminating knowledge about the responsible care and use of laboratory animals for the benefit of human and animal health.

lbaalas.memberlodge.org

Metropolitan New York Branch of American Association for Laboratory Animal Science
(MNYB-AALAS)

At the 1958 meeting in Chicago, Dr. Christensen submitted a proposal as well as an application complete with a constitution and bylaws for the New York Metropolitan Branch. Both were approved and New York Metropolitan Branch Animal Care Panel (NYMBACP) was in business. (Credit is due to the American Association for Microbiology, whose branch bylaws served as a model for ours.) Let it be noted, during this transitory time another organization was coming about: The Animal Associated of Laboratory Science and the Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care, or “AAALAC”.

www.mnybaalas.org

Michigan Branch of American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS)

To advance and disseminate knowledge concerning the responsible care and use of laboratory animals for the benefit of human and animal health. To promote fellowship and cooperation among members and other professional organizations interested in the humane treatment of laboratory animals. To sponsor and promote professional, educational, and training programs for Branch members and others who are engaged in the responsible production, care, handling, and use of laboratory animals. To support the goals and mission of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) at the local level.

www.miaalas.org

Minnesota Branch of AALAS (MB-AALAS)

The Minnesota Branch of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science Inc. was established in 1965 as an organization of laboratory animal professionals, including researchers, veterinarians, veterinary technicians and animal care technicians. Our motto is "promoting training and education of laboratory animal technicians and the public in the use of laboratory animals in research", which reflects our commitment to both science and animal welfare. We accomplish our goals by providing a social and professional network for people working with laboratory animals; training programs; information articles in our quarterly newsletter; access to vendors of laboratory animals and research and animal care products; and public outreach programs.

www.mnaalas.org

National Capital Area Branch American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (NCAB)

Organized in 1961, the National Capital Area Branch (NCAB) of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science is the local affiliate of the AALAS. NCAB has grown into a major educational organization promoting improvements in the humane care and use of laboratory animals and the advancement of laboratory animal science. The NCAB serves the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia.

www.ncabaalas.org

New England Branch of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (NEBAALAS)

The mission of NEBAALAS is to carry out the program of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science at the local level. The organization is a sponsor and provider of educational and training programs for members and others that are professionally engaged in the production, care, use, and study of laboratory animals.

www.nebaalas.org

New Jersey Branch of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science

New Jersey AALAS is committed to excellence in quality care and innovation in the field of laboratory animal science by providing an open forum for communication, promoting education and training and disseminating information concerning the benefits of humane care and use of animals in biomedical research.

www.tribranch.org

Northern California Branch of American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS)

Welcome to the Northern California Branch of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science! The American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, (AALAS), is the premier forum for the exchange of information and expertise in the care and use of laboratory animals. The Northern California Branch is more than 800 clinical veterinarians, technicians, technologists, educators, and businesspeople, researchers, administrators, animal producers, national and international experts. Since 1960, we've been dedicated to the humane care and treatment of laboratory animals and to the quality research that leads to scientific gains that benefit mankind and animals.

www.ncbaalas.org

Northern Mountain Branch of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science

The Branch is a non-profit ed philosophy of AALAS on a local level in New York, Vermont, Newducational association dedicated to carrying-out the mission an Hampshire and Maine.

www.nmbaalas.org

Orange County Branch Branch of AALAS
(OCB-AALAS)

The Orange County Branch is dedicated to the advancement of laboratory animal science for its members and the public it services, to keep its membership current in national and local AALAS events, and to ensure the membership is active both socially and intellectually in the field of laboratory animal science.

Founded in 1990, the Orange County Branch of AALAS is a non-profit trade organization, guided by a board of directors made up of representatives from its membership. In addition, the 7 committees are manned by member volunteers whose purpose is to improve communication within the industry, expand AALAS's sphere of influence, and work together on common concerns.

www.ocbaalas.org

Research Triangle Branch-American Association of Laboratory Animal Science

RTB-AALAS draws from an area with diverse and expansive opportunities in research, technology and development. The Research Triangle Park has been rated #3 nationally in technology and development. There are 309 members, including technicians, vendors, veterinarians, and investigators. The RTB-AALAS sponsors a number of activities including technician night, an awards banquet, and educational opportunities.

www.rtbaalas.org

San Diego Branch of American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (SDAALAS)

SDAALAS is a part of the largest AALAS District in the U.S. They share resources amongst other branches in order to provide an equal access to information and new techniques presented in papers, posters, workshops and tours.

www.sdaalas.org

Society of Toxicology (SOT)

The SOT is the leading organization dedicated to creating a safer and healthier world by advancing the science of toxicology. The SOT is committed to promote the acquisition and utilization of knowledge in toxicology and to facilitate the exchange of information among its members as well as among investigators of other scientific disciplines.

www.toxicology.org

Southeastern Branch of AALAS (SE-AALAS)

SEAALAS is the Southeastern branch of the American Association of Laboratory Animal Science.

www.seaalas.org

Southern California Branch of American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS)

The mission of the Southern California Branch of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) is to promote fellowship and cooperation among persons interested in advancing and disseminating knowledge on the responsible care and use of laboratory animals for the benefit of human and animal health.

www.scbaalas.org

Southern New England Branch of American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (SNEAALAS)

The American Association for Laboratory Animal Science acknowledges and declares our gratitude to and respect for the laboratory animals we use. We acknowledge the privilege granted by the society that enables us to continue to use them in conducting essential scientific discovery, efficiency and safety testing. The Association and its membership reaffirms its resolve to continue to be at the forefront of improving the humane use of animals that are necessary to conduct research that will continue to lead to the better health and well-being of both animals and humans alike. The Association accepts these serious responsibilities with due regard to both the potential benefits and the ethical costs implicit in research conducted with animals.

www.mysneaalas.org

Southern Ohio Branch of AALAS (SOB-AALAS)

AALAS is an association of professionals that advances responsible laboratory animal care and use to benefit people and animals.

sob.d5aalas.org

Texas Branch of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science

Texas Branch of AALAS is dedicated to the advancement of responsible care and use of laboratory animals through education, training and information exchange for the benefit of human and animal health.

www.tbaalas.org

Upstate New York Branch of AALAS
(UNYB-AALAS)

The members of the Upstate New York Branch of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science are researchers, veterinarians, technicians, administrative and support persons involved with Lab Animal Research in the Upstate New York area.

www.unyb-aalas.org

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