NABR provides the unified voice for the scientific community on legislative
and regulatory matters affecting biomedical research using laboratory animals.
NABR's membership is comprised of over 300 public and private universities, medical
and veterinary schools, teaching hospitals, voluntary health agencies, professional
societies, pharmaceutical companies and other animal research-related firms.
NABR supports the responsible use and humane care and treatment of laboratory animals
in research, education and product safety testing. Further, the membership believes
that only as many animals as necessary should be used; that any pain or distress
animals may experience should be minimized; and that alternatives to the use of
live animals should be developed and employed, wherever feasible.
Learn More About:
The Animal Welfare Act
The Public Health Service Policy