Wissenschaftlicher Kongress am Samstag, 27. Oktober 2018 in Köln

Jarrod Bailey

Dr. Jarrod Bailey PhD, Senior Research Scientist at Cruelty Free International; Fellow at the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics, Hexham, UK

Non-human primates in neuroscience research: The case against its scientific necessity

Thomas Hartung

Prof. Dr. Thomas Hartung MD, PhD, Professor für Pharmakologie und Toxikologie an der Universität Konstanz, Director CAAT US and Europe, Professor of Evidence Based Toxicology at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, USA

Die Erforschung neurologischer Erkrankungen mit dem Mini-Gehirn aus dem Labor

Ann Lam

Dr. Ann Lam, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, Research and Regulatory Affairs Department, Washington D.C., and The Green Neuroscience Laboratory, Neurolinx Research Institute, San Diego, USA

Beyond opposition: Breakthroughs in human-based approaches to basic neuroscience and medical discovery


Markus Keller

Dr. Markus Keller PhD, Ernährungswissenschaftler, Gründer des Instituts für alternative und nachhaltige Ernährung IFANE, Gießen, Leiter des Studiengangs Vegan Food Management an der Fachhochschule des Mittelstands (FHM), Köln

Brainfood statt Demenz? Chancen und Grenzen der Ernährung


Gerry Kenna

Dr. Gerry Kenna PhD BSc Hons, Safer Medicine, Director of Research Programme at the Fund For The Replacement Of Animals In Medical Experiments, and independent Drug Safety Consultant, Macclesfield, UK

Overcoming obstacles to human relevant science

Huub Schellekens

Prof. Huub Schellekens, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Utrecht University, The Netherlands

About mice and bad science: he failed construction of Alzheimer as “drugable” disease