Mitglied der SCNAT

Die SGV setzt sich für die Förderung der Versuchstierkunde und das Vorantreiben des Tierschutzes und der ethischen Erwägungen bei Tierexperimenten ein. Diese Ziele sollen durch die Organisation der Ausbildung und des Informationsflusses innerhalb der wissenschaftlichen Gemeinschaft erreicht werden.mehr

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SGV Awards

Maike Heimann
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SGV Award 2022

Dr Maike Heimann

Public interest in animal experimentation–how to make them care?

Hanno Würbel
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SGV Award 2019

Prof. Hanno Würbel

University of Bern, Switzerland
Embracing variability to improve reproducibility and minimize animal use

Jane Hurst
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Prof. Jane Hurst

University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
Tunneling - non-aversive handling of mice

Patrycja Nowak-Sliwinska
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Prof. Patrycja Nowak-Sliwinska

University of Geneva, Switzerland
Alternatives to Mammalian Screening Models

SGV Awardee 2018 V. Baumans

SGV Award 2018

Prof. Vera Baumans

Utrecht University, Netherlands
Animal welfare and good science: where are we going?

SGV Award 2017

Dr Penny Hawkins

Dr Elliot Lilley
Royal Society for the Prevention of Animal Cruelty RSPCA
Humane endpoints

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SGV Award 2016

Prof M. MacLeod

University of Edingburgh, United Kingdom
Risk of Bias in Reports of In Vivo Research: A Focus for Improvement

SGV Award 2015

Prof Irving Zucker

University of California, Berkeley, USA
Underepresentation of female mice in neuroscience: a meta-analysis

SGV Award 2014

Prof Paul Flecknell

Newcastle University, United Kingdom
Analgesic Best Practice for the Use of Animals in Research: a review

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SGV Award 2013

Prof Joseph Garner

Department of Comparative Medicine and the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University, Stanford, California, United States of America

Dr Brianna Gaskill
Department of Animal Science, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, United States of America, Charles River Laboratories, Wilmington, Massachusetts, United States of America
The impact of nesting enrichment on the thermal behavior, physiology and wellbeing of laboratory mice

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SGV Award 2012

Professor Jeffrey S. Mogil

McGill University, Montreal, Canada
Facial expression of pain in laboratory rodents

Maike Heinmann
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SGV Award 2011

Dr Maike Heimann

Novartis Pharma AG, Preclinical Safety, Basel, Switzerland
Sublingual and submandibular blood collection in mice: a comparison of effects on body weight, food consumption and tissue damage

Merel Ritskes
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Prof. Merel Ritskes-Hoitinga

Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, Netherlands
A gold standard publication checklist for improved design, reporting and improving scientific quality of animal studies, to fully integrate the Three Rs, and to make systematic reviews more feasible.

SGV Award 2010

Pascal Narcisse Martin
Novartis Institute for BioMedical Research, Basel, Switzerland
Silicon Rabbit Ear

SGV Award 2009

Anne Julien
Richard Boutet

Centre de Recherche Hôtel-Dieu de Québec, Canada
Micro-tatto Aramis


Eligible as full members are persons who hold appropriate qualifications in biological, veterinary or medical sciences or who, by their experience and attainments, qualify as respected specialists in the field of laboratory animal science. Eligible as institutional members are persons or organizations intending to support the activities of the society.

The membership fees are currently 50.-CHF per year for an full member and 300.- CHF per year for an institutional member.

Reduce: Prof Hanno Würbel University of Berne Switzerland
Refine: Prof Jane Hurst University of Liverpool England
Replace: Prof Patrycja Novak-Sliwinska University of Geneva Switzerland