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28.10.2020 04:03:12
neu751 - Laboratory Animal Science (Course overview)
Department of Neurosciences 3 KP
Module responsibility
  • Christine Köppl
Authorized examiners
  • Christine Köppl
  • Georg Martin Klump
  • Ulrike Langemann
  • Arne Nolte
module components Semester courses Wintersemester 2020/2021 Examination
Lecture
Exercises
  • No access 6.03.751 - Laboratory Animal Science, Theory (Sept/Oct 2020) headache
    • Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
    • Dr. Ulrike Langemann

    Dates on Thursday. 24.09.20, Thursday. 01.10.20, Thursday. 08.10.20 18:15 - 19:45
    PLEASE NOTE that registration for all parts of the course is via "Laboratory animal science" study group only! There are three courses each year: Jan/Feb, April/May, Sept/Oct MANDATORY FOR ADMISSION: Deadline for registration to the next course is: Thursday, 10.09.20 1. Join study group "Laboratory animal science" to register 2. Answer the poll in the study group Admission for each animal model is limited and priority is given to those who need the qualification most urgently in order to proceed with their work. Background theoretical content will be studied in your own time in the 3 weeks BEFORE the practical part (assume 20 hours for this). You NEED TO PASS an EXAM on this content in order to continue with the practical part of the course. --

  • No access 6.03.752_A - Laboratory Animal Science, Rodent (Sept/Oct 2020) headache
    • Dr. Ulrike Langemann
    • Dr. rer. nat. Lena Ebbers
    • Apl. Prof. Dr. Karin Dedek

    Dates on Thursday. 17.09.20 18:00 - 20:00
  • No access 6.03.752_B - Laboratory Animal Science, Bird (Sep/Oct 2020) headache
    • Dr. Ulrike Langemann
    • Dr. Dominik Heyers
    • PD Dr. Heiko Schmaljohann

    Dates on Thursday. 17.09.20 18:00 - 20:00
    PLEASE NOTE that registration for all parts of the course is via "Laboratory animal science" study group only! There are three courses each year: Jan/Feb, April/May, Sept/Oct MANDATORY FOR ADMISSION: Deadline for registration to the next course is: Thursday, 10.09.20 1. Join study group "Laboratory animal science" to register 2. Answer the poll in the study group Admission for each animal model is limited and priority is given to those who need the qualification most urgently in order to proceed with their work. Background theoretical content will be studied in your own time in the 3 weeks BEFORE the practical part (assume 20 hours for this). You NEED TO PASS an EXAM on this content in order to continue with the practical part of the course. --

  • No access 6.03.752_C - Laboratory Animal Science, Fish (Sep/Oct 2020) headache
    • Dr. Ulrike Langemann
    • Prof. Dr. Michael Winklhofer
    • Prof. Dr. Arne Nolte
    • Apl. Prof. Dr. Karin Dedek

    Dates on Thursday. 17.09.20 18:00 - 20:00
Notes for the module
Entry requirements
none
Capacity / number of participants 15 (
Registration procedure / selection criteria: StudIP, sequence of registration
)
Time of examination
immediately before the practical part
Module examination
written exam of 90 minutes
Skills to be acquired in this module
++ Expt. Methods
+ Independent research
+ Scient. Literature
++ Social skills
++ Interdiscipl. knowlg.
+ Scientific English
++ Ethics

Upon successful completion of this course, students
• know the relevant EU legislation governing animal welfare and are able to explain its meaning
in common language
• understand and are able to critically discuss salient ethical concepts in animal experimentation,
such as the three Rs and humane endpoint.
• have basic knowledge of the biology and husbandry of laboratory animal species held at the
University of Oldenburg (rodents or birds or fish)
• are able to critically assess the needs and welfare of animals without compromising scientific
integrity of the investigation
• have practical skills in handling small rodents or birds or fish
• have profound knowledge of anaesthesia, analgesia and basic principles of surgery.
• have practised invasive procedures and euthanasia.
NOTE: These objectives aim to satisfy the requirements for EU directive A „Persons carrying out
animal experiments“ and EU directive D „Persons killing animals”. We aim to obtain
accreditation by the Federation of European Laboratory Animal Science Associations (FeLaSa) by 2018.