With production facilities located worldwide, our extensive network provides continual research support, regardless of location. Through our core programs of Biosecurity, International Standardization, Animal Welfare and Model Quality, you receive animal models of a superior health and genetic status, ensuring that the integrity of your research results will be maintained over time.
White Paper: The Role of the C57BL/6N Mouse in the Creation of Future Genetically Engineered ModelsOur newest white paper provides an overview of the C57BL/6N mouse model and its impact on the model creation industry. Learn more.
Journey of the MouseTake this interactive tour to gain a better understanding of the value we add to every research model and service we provide. To start the journey, click here.
The Model Evaluation ProgramThis program allows you to assess the quality and compatibility of our models at no cost and no commitment. To learn more, click here.
CORE (Collection of Oncology Research Experiments)The CORE is an online library of publications designed to help you find the most appropriate research model for your oncology cell lines. For full access click here.
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Selecting the appropriate animal model for your studies is critical to the success of your research. This is why, in 2011, our Model Evaluation Program was created to offer researchers a risk-free opportunity to evaluate the quality of our animal models prior to allocating valuable budget money or study resources.
Now, to further support your research needs, we have expanded our program to include the option to evaluate both surgically altered models and rodent biospecimen products
Charles River offers animal models with combined surgeries or services (e.g., feeding studies with tissue collection) to help meet the dynamic needs of our customers.
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Visit us in booth #091 to learn more about our recent innovations including expanded diagnostic capabilities, a new online portal connecting clients with their colonies and a deep-rooted commitment to humane care.
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The International Bone and Mineral Society (IBMS) and the Japanese Society for Bone and Mineral Research (JSBMR) are excited to sponsor the second joint scientific meeting by the two organizations.
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This full-day seminar encompasses selected topics from our Charles River Short Course on Laboratory Animal Science. We would like to acknowledge Michigan State University for hosting this event and extend our heartfelt thanks to guest speaker Dr. Danielle Ferguson.
This position is responsible for serving as a as a study director (SD), project scientist (PS) and/or principal investigator (PI) in the direction and execution of assigned studies in compliance with GLP regulations as they apply to the conduct of nonclinical research; coordinating all phases of the study planning process with appropriate departments; generating high-quality project plans, protocols, amendments and reports appropriate for assigned studies; reviewing, interpreting, integrating and presenting data on assigned studies; and functioning as contact for the planning and execution of sponsor interaction related to assigned studies, including proposal management and study scheduling, conduct and reporting.
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