SGV Awards

SGV Award 2016

Prof M. MacLeod, University of Edingburgh, UK

"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, UK

"Analgesic Best Practice for the Use of Animals in Research: a review"

SGV Award 2013

Prof Joseph Garner, Dr Brianna Gaskill, Stanford University, USA

SGV Award 2012

Professor Jeffrey S. Mogil, McGill University, Montreal, CA

SGV Award 2011

Prof Merel Ritskes-Hoitinga, Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, NL

Dr Maike Heimann, ETH Zurich, Zurich, CH

SGV Award 2010

Project : Silicon Rabbit Ear
Pascal Narcisse Martin, Novartis Institute for BioMedical Research, Basel, CH

SGV Award 2009

Project: Micro-tatto Aramis
Anne Julien et Richard Boutet, Centre de Recherche Hôtel-Dieu de Québec, CA


SGV Award 2016: Prof M. MacLeod, University of Edingburgh, UK
SGV Award 2016: Prof M. MacLeod, University of Edingburgh, UK
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SGV Award 2016: Prof M. MacLeod, University of Edingburgh, UK
SGV Award 2016: Prof M. MacLeod, University of Edingburgh, UK

SGV annual meeting 2017

The SGV meeting 2017 will take place in Zürich from the 28th to the 29th November 2017.

SGV - JOIN US

CONDITION TO BE ELLIGIBLE

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.