Prize for reduction and refinement of animal experiments

André Engesland and Terje Aasland. (Photo: UiT)

Associate professor Gøril Eide Flaten from the University of Tromsø was awarded Norecopa's (Norwegian consensus platform for replacement, reduction and refinement of animal experiments) 3R prize for the development of the in vitro PVPA model for prediction of drug permeability.

PhD student André Engesland received the award on her behalf at Norecopa's annual meeting.

The award was presented by Terje Aasland (Ap), leader of Stortingets Standing Committee on Business and Industry.

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