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Science-Based Refinement Awards

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2019 Science-based Refinement Awards

Attention veterinarians, animal care technicians, researchers, and those who care for the well-being of animals used in science: The Johns Hopkins Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing (CAAT) is now accepting proposals for the 2019 Science-Based Refinement Awards.

These awards focus on research projects to enhance the housing, handling, and/or experimental procedures for laboratory animals or that can reduce animal use by (for example) identifying areas of research and testing where animal models lack reproducibility and translational value. Hence, the small grants are intended for those who work hands-on with animals, such as animal welfare scientists, veterinarians, and animal care technicians, as well as for researchers who conduct systematic reviews and meta-analyses of animal studies. 

For 2019, we will offer two awards of $5,000 each. There are no Facilities and Administrative Costs allowed on these awards.

Information and application instructions:
Call for Proposals: 2019 Science-based Refinement Awards

See below for information about previous awardees and their projects.

2014 Award Recipients

2013 Award Recipients

2012 Award Recipients

2011 Award Recipients

2009 Award Recipients

2008 Award Recipients

2007 Award Recipient

2006 Award Recipients: Available Final Reports

2006 Award Recipients

2005 Award Recipients: Available Final Reports

2005 Award Recipients

2004 Award Recipients: Final Reports