Promovierende

Für Promovierende bietet Charité 3R den einwöchigen Kurs „Alternatives to Animal Models in Biomedical Research – the Principles of 3Rs” an. Hier werden ein Überblick über innovative Forschungsansätze und Maßnahmen für das Wohl der Versuchstiere vermittelt sowie ethische Aspekte diskutiert. Letzteres geschieht am ersten Kurstag, der als Kurs “Animal Ethics and the 3Rs principles in Biomedical Research: Replace, Reduce, Refine” auch separat belegt werden kann.
Der Workshop “ReThink 3R” ermöglicht durch den Einsatz von Design Thinking Methoden einen spielerischen Zugang zur Anwendung des 3R-Prinzips.

Sie befinden sich hier:

C3R-Kursangebot

  • Animal Ethics and the 3Rs principles in Biomedical Research: Replace, Reduce, Refine
  • ReThink 3R
  • Alternatives to Animal Models in Biomedical Research: the Principles of 3R

Animal Ethics and the 3Rs principles in Biomedical Research: Replace, Reduce, Refine

Animal experimentation is still playing a major role within the field of biomedical and translational research. However, due to limited transferability on the one side as well as strong technological progress and ethical concerns on the other, alternative models get more in focus to address central scientific questions. This course introduces the 3Rs principles of “Replacement, Reduction and Refinement” and in interactive seminars we discuss ethical aspects how animal welfare in biomedical research can be improved. Since the courses are aimed at international doctoral students they are held in English.

This 7 h-lecture & Workshop is integrated in our 1-week course, Alternatives to Animal Models in Biomedical Research – the Principles of 3Rs, but independent attendance is possible.

Nächster Kurs

We will offer an online seminar on September 2nd, 9 am - 1 pm.

Workload for PhD and doctoral students: 0.3 ECTS

*** Registration is closed. ***


ReThink 3R: Creating Awareness and Innovation for the 3R with Design Thinking

Would you like to learn more about the 3Rs principles for animal experiments? 

Charité 3R and the ReThink3R-Team invite you to an interactive workshop focusing on the 3Rs (Replace, Reduce, Refine). Think about new approaches to the 3Rs or figure out why sometimes it is so difficult to implement the 3Rs in daily research. By using Design Thinking methods, you get an unbiased and playful approach to the 3Rs and find creative space to exchange experiences and work on ways to further implement these principles. Since the courses are aimed at international doctoral students they are held in English.
Ideally, participants in the "Rethink 3R" course have already gained initial experience in the field of 3Rs, e.g. by participating in the course "Alternatives to Animal Models in Biomedical Research", for finding highly innovative solutions. As a minimum level, participants are expected to read the information material sent out 10 days before the course.

Next course ReThink3R

The ReThink3R-Team now offers an online version of the workshop.

The next course takes part in 4 online meetings on August 11th, 12th, 18th and 19th, 9 am - 1 pm each.

Participation in all sessions is mandatory and will be awarded with 1 ECTS-CP for PhD students.

The course is fully booked. If you want to participate in the next course offered in spring 2021, please send us an email.

Alternatives to Animal Models in Biomedical Research: the Principles of 3Rs

Kurs "Alternatives to animal models" im Sommersemester 2019

Animal experimentation is still playing a major role in biomedical and translational research. However, due to limited transferability on the one hand as well as strong technological progress and ethical concerns on the other, alternative models get more in focus to address central scientific questions. Therefore, this 1-week PhD course introduces along the 3Rs principles of “Replacement, Reduction and Refinement” the current developments in this field. In lectures and hands-on sessions, (mainly) Charité research groups present innovative methods such as 3D (bio-)printing, organoids or in silico modelling and how these could contribute to minimize animal use. Moreover, in interactive seminars we discuss ethical aspects how animal welfare in biomedical research can be improved. Since the courses are aimed at international doctoral students they are held in English.

Nächster Kurs

Due to the corona situation, this course is currently suspended. We hope to be able to offer it in spring 2021 in a slightly modified form as a face-to-face event.