Do you design in vivo experiments?
Are you interested in a free online tool to help you improve your experimental design?
This online workshop from the NC3Rs will show how the Experimental Design Assistant (EDA) can support you to enhance the quality of your research, while saving time and resources.
There will be an opportunity to ask questions following a presentation and live demonstration of the EDA system as well as a talk on power analysis from Dr Michelle Taylor (statistician at the University of Bristol).
The workshop is free to attend but registration is required. To register for your place, please email Jess Eddy (the NC3Rs Regional Programme Manager for GW4) at Jessica.Eddy@nc3rs.org.uk to obtain the zoom link.
“I have used the EDA and have found it very useful. I particularly liked that it prompted me to think about randomly assigning animals to groups and usng blinding, which I had not considered in previous experiments. The EDA is also helpful for generating diagrams to communicate the design of the experiment to my supervisor, or to animal care staff.” GW4 PhD student