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3R's gehalten von 3 Händen


On this page you can find out about the wide range of research services offered by the two 3R Supportive Technology Platform infrastructures CAMARADES and EPIC or browse the Charité 3R Toolbox.

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External 3R research funding

On the following pages, researchers will find information on selected German and international funding programs in the 3R field. In addition, Charité 3R is happy to advise and support Charité scientists in the application process.

Charité 3R Toolbox

Animal welfare and research quality are highly relevant to you? You want to put your ideas and good intentions into practice? The Charité 3R Toolbox helps you to do so and makes it easier for you to find high-quality information sources. It contains carefully selected links to information and tools from renowned 3R institutions from all over the world.

3R Supportive Technology Platform

The funding line 3R Supportive Technology Platform supports existing Charité infrastructures to exploit the full 3R potential of their technologies and methodologiesas well asto offer this service to the Charité community. The currently funded projects CAMARADES and EPIC valuably contribute with different approaches to the implementation of the 3Rs in preclinical research. Take advantage of this service offer – the platforms look forward to your enquiry!


CAMARADES Berlin provides education on systematic review of animal studies as well as methodological support for researchers to perform robust, high quality reviews – contributing to more ethical animal research, which is more likely to translate to benefit in human patients.


Imaging techniques can depict physiological and pathological processes of the body non-invasively and are therefore key technologies for the implementation of the 3R principles in research. EPIC organizationally bundles various imaging technologies at Charité and MDC under one roof and makes them accessible to all scientists.