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WELCOME TO 

MIAALAS

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MISSION STATEMENT

  •  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.

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS

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History

The Michigan Branch was founded in 1963 by Dr. Bennett J. Cohen, who was also the first branch president and helped co-found National AALAS.  Back in 1963 the membership dues were $2.  Over the last several decades the branch has be able to keep dues relatively low and it is only $15 today.  It truly is a tremendous investment.

 

The Michigan Branch is a part of the AALAS District V (www.district5aalas.org) along with Indiana, Central Ohio, Southern Ohio, and Kentucky.  Every year one branch of District V hosts an educational meeting.  The Michigan branch will be honored to host the district meeting again in 2020. 

 

MI-AALAS continues to thrive by offering networking and educational opportunities to its members.

 

For more information or to share ideas please contact an Executive Council member today!

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