WBAALAS is the Washington branch of the American Association of Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) which is dedicated to promoting responsible laboratory animal care. Our membership includes people and institutions statewide that are professionally concerned with the production, care, welfare and study of laboratory animals. We promote fellowship and cooperation among people interested in the mission and philosophy of AALAS and provide a forum for these professionals to meet and discuss the important issues they regularly encounter and recognize leaders in humane animal research methods.
By providing education and support for members of the Washington State research community, our organization strives to create a better quality of life for essential laboratory animals.
- Allen Institute for Brain Science
- Amgen, Inc.
- Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason
- Emergent biosolutions
- Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
- Infectious Disease Research Institute
- Novo Nordisk, Inc.
- Pacific Northwest Diabetes Research Institute
- Seattle Genetics, Inc.
- ZymoGenetics, a Bristol-Meyers Squibb Company
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|FBR Media Nominated for 2014 Emmy® Award
“Rusty’s Story” is an FBR Media documentary about one family’s harrowing journey with Huntington’s disease and medicine’s decades-long search for a cure.
|WASHINGTON — FBR Media announced today “Rusty’s Story,” the first episode in the second season of its television series Bench to Bedside™, has been nominated for a 2014 Mid-Atlantic Emmy® Award in the health/science special category. Executive producers Paul McKellips and Frankie Trull, director/producer/writer Liz Hodge, director of photography Josh Gibson, editor/writer Ben Howard and graphic artist Robert Newton are nominated. FBR Media has received nine Emmy® nominations for its Bench to Bedside™ TV series.|