Preliminary results presented by Javier FERNANDEZ-DE-SIMON at the EASYs conference at the CEBC (Chizé, France) on March 22nd, 2017
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I, Javier, have successfully passed the course of animal experimentation for research purposes from the Facultad de Veterinaria of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (see link of the course and contents in English and Spanish).
This course is credited by FELASA, the Federation of Laboratory Animal Science Associations (see link here).
It provides essential training for the design and execution of procedures and research projects with animals as biological model. In addition, the course fulfills the requirements necessary for the functions of animal care and euthanasia.
I have specialized in small mammals which are central for the development of our research project.
In this regard, the payment of the course has been fully costed with the project funds so thanks to this I have increased my capacities and skills as a researcher in animal experimentation.
Thanks also to the professors for their effort. The course has been very interesting and I highly recommend it!
Hope you like it! 🙂
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Retrouvez plus d’informations sur les bourses Marie Curie sur www.horizon2020.gouv.fr/cid73279/les-actions-marie-sklodowska-curie.html
Here I attach my presentation at the SETAC Europe Congress in Brussels, which was organised two weeks ago.
I presented this in the Track 2: Ecotoxicology becomes stress ecology (from populations to ecosystems and landscapes). Session: Wildlife ecotoxicology: cumulative effects through the food chain to the community.
This huge congress was an excellent opportunity to meet professionals working in wildlife ecotoxicology topics as me. I got several questions related to the possibility of making a more complex model with other predator species, diseases, etc. Additionally, it was asked the possibility to validate the results with field data. For the small mustelids I attach here another presentation that I conducted during the EASYs conference at CEBC (Chizé, western France) with some preliminary results.
The attendants seemed very interested so I was very happy for the result after the presentation.
Additionally, while I was in Brussels, the European Commission had a day of open doors during the May, 6th. I could visit the building with a lot of different activities related to Science, Nature Conservation and Agriculture, etc. Just let you know that the European Commission manages the Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions, in which our project is involved.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask by the blog or by social media (LinkedIn, Facebook, Researchgate, etc.). In addition, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Virgile and I, Javier, joined this manifestation in Lyon, with Benjamin Dietre, Julien Maire and Petra Villette, colleagues from the Laboratoire Chrono-Environnement and the Université de Franche-Comté. We were around 400-600 people with different quotes and enthusiasm that wanted to defend science and the scientific method. This is something basic in order to understand nature and to find solutions of today’s major problems of our planet (for instance, biodiversity loss, climate change, etc.).
You can also find more information here, for this and the rest of marches organised in the same context in France
I also remind you that the call for the Individual Fellowships of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions of the European Commission is now open. These fellowships are an excellent opportunity to find answers and try to solve these problems stated above, by proposing new projects based on research excellence that also provide impact to society and industry and essential training for the new generation of researchers.
The link of these MSCA Fellowships from the European Commission regarding this call is here.