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
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!