26 Jun 19. New Facility - LARIF
In January 2020, the new the Large Animal Research Imaging Facility (LARIF), based within the Edinburgh Imaging Facility (Easter Bush) will officially open.
What is LARIF?
LARIF is the Large Animal Research Imaging Facility, based at the University of Edinburgh's Easter Bush Campus.
Working lunch event - Programme - Thursday 27 June
This meeting will offer University of Edinburgh staff, the chance to hear more about LARIF, it's modalities and what research can be carried out in this fantastic imaging facility.
Introduction of the Large Animal Research Imaging Facility
|James Nixon||LARIF building; general overview of facilities|
|12.20hrs||Carola Daniel||LARIF imaging facilities and role within Edinburgh Imaging|
Large animal models in biomedical research – examples of current work from WTCCLLA (Laboratory at Dryden.)
PPT1 sheep as an example of a gene-edited large animal model for human disease
Effects of environmental enrichment on brain function in the domestic pig.
|12.55hrs||Gerry Thompson||Using large animals in brain imaging research|
|13.05hrs||Chris Proudfoot||Practicalities of initiating a large animal project in LARIF|
Procedures for ethical approval and licencing of research using large animals.
|13.30hrs||Q&As||Informal questions during networking lunch|
|14.30hrs||End of Lunch|
General enquiries - James Nixon or Chris Proudfoot on email@example.com