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Day 1 Conference Presentations
John Gluck, Ph.D. - What is Missing in the Ethics of Animal Research?
Brian Hare, Ph.D. - Noninvasive Cognition Research in Nonhuman Primates and Other Animals
Hope Ferdowsian, M.D., M.P.H. - Mood and Anxiety Disorders in Chimpanzees
Jaak Panksepp, Ph.D. - Do Animals Experience Various Basic Emotions? The Evidence Overwhelmingly Says Yes!
Marc Bekoff, Ph.D. - The Emotional and Moral Lives of Animals and Why They Matter
Jarrod Bailey, Ph.D. - Lessons from Chimpanzee-Based Human Disease Research: the Implications of Genetic Differences
E. Donald Elliott, J.D. - Legal Acceptance of Nonanimal Data
Day 2 Conference Presentations
Melvin E. Andersen, Ph.D. - Advancing Toxicity Testing Methods for the 21st Century
William Warren, Ph.D. - The MIMIC System and Its Applications
Sarah Lynagh, Ph.D. - Bridging the Gap: The Use of Human Tissue in the Drug Development Process
Thomas Hartung, M.D., Ph.D. - The Economics of Animal Testing
Charles Kimwele, Ph.D. - International Frameworks for Protection and Prospects for Improvement: An African Perspective
Rodger D. Curren, Ph.D. - Validation and International Harmonization
Marc Breton, Ph.D. - A Computer Simulation Environment Used to Design New Insulin Treatments for Diabetes
Lori Marino, Ph.D. - Noninvasive Research on Cetacean Cognition
Susan Love, M.D. - The Love/Avon Army of Women: A New Approach to Breast Cancer Research
Funding for this conference was received from the Arcus Foundation and the National Science Foundation.