Dr. Bridget Clancy’s residency research project manuscript has been accepted to JAALAS. Titled “The Effect of Noise, Vibration, and Light Disturbances from Daily Health Checks on Breeding Performance, Nest Building, and Corticosterone in Mice,” the project sought to assess the effect of partial cage undocking or LED flashlight use during daily health checks on fecundity, nest building scores, and hair corticosterone in C57BL/6J mice in order to assess the least disturbing method of performing health checks for mice on IVC racks.
- ASLAP Summer Fellow & Resident Research Paper Accepted to JAALAS
- Bridget Clancy’s Research Manuscript Featured as Cover Image for JAALAS
- Bridget Clancy Wins 1st Prize for ACLAM Forum-TPDG Trainee Virtual Poster Session (Track B)
- Resident Research Paper Accepted to JAALAS
- Incoming Resident Joanna Copio Wins ASLAP Veterinary Student Award