MAPP Student Projects: Impact of Regulations, Policies and Practices on Animal Welfare in Laboratories

2009

Cory Morgan
The Animal Welfare Implications of Outsourcing to Chinese Contract Research Organizations

2006

Michele Picard
Humane Endpoints: the Current State of Affairs of Animal Use in Infectious Disease Research

2005

Lindsay Hamrick
Stress among Laboratory Personnel and Coping Mechanisms Developed or Available as a Response to Performing Euthanasia of Laboratory Animals

2002

Kathleen Allspaw
Engaging the public in the regulation of xenotransplantation: Would the Canadian Model of Public Consultation be Effective in the US
Karla Koebernick
Means to an End: Conversations with People Who Left Primate Research for Ethical Reasons

2001

Jessica Almy
Dissection in Massachusetts Classrooms: Correlation of Gender, Teacher Attitudes and Conscientious Objection

1998

Laura Urell
Biotechnology—Introduction and Ethics: A Curriculum for Undergraduates
Karen Graham
Evaluating IACUC Members' Beliefs on Assessing Scientific Merit and Alternatives in Protocols

1996

Christine Davis
Animal Use Trends in the Unites States, 1986–1994: An Analysis of Federal, Academic and Commercial Laboratories