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17 July 2019
VA Research with Dogs, Cats, and Non-Human Primates
VA Office of Research Oversight Nationwide Bimonthly Call
Update - Why VA does this research, How does VA oversee it, and Where is more information about it available
25 April 2019
The Role of Canines in Biomedical Research
Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (webinar)
Reasons, Context, Responsibilities
26 March 2019
Canine Research in the Department of Veterans Affairs
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Representatives of Veterans Service Organizations
How VA research with dogs benefits Veterans, what it involves, how it is overseen
9 December 2018
National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine
Committee to Assess VA Research with Dogs
Introduction to VA Research with Dogs – why it’s done, what it involves, how it is overseen
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