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Dr Hazel Jackson
Science Director at Animal Free Research UK. Specialist in evolutionary conservation genetics in wildlife, with a particular love of parrots!
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Dr Hazel Jackson 6h
These are just so fantastic 😍
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Rowan Martin 7h
Another record of feeding on inverts. Surely this is much more common than people think. "Leaf-slicing behavior in the Blue-headed Parrot, is likely linked to highly selective caterpillar predation"
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AnimalFreeResearchUK Jul 16
Larger animals such as are often repeatedly bled to harvest antibodies. We fund research to replace the use of all animals.
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UAR: Animal Research Jul 16
A new paper in Toxicological Sciences suggests great strides in using computer simulations to predict certain toxic effects of compounds.
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AnimalFreeResearchUK Jul 16
Celebrate World Animal Day (WAD) on 4th October and raise £1,000 for animals in medical research. Find out how you can raise a WAD for WAD!
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Chris Packham Jul 15
Good morning Bioblitz. . .
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Não somos ratos de 70 kg! Jul 15
India - Medical Council has confirmed that will soon create animal-free curriculum for all graduate and post-graduate courses.
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Dr Hazel Jackson Jul 15
Replying to @BadgerMash @AFR_UK
Thank you that’s so kind ☺️☺️. I’m so lucky to have the opportunity to help us achieve better medical science that doesn’t include animal testing 😀😃😃😃
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Dr Hazel Jackson Jul 15
In case you missed it.... the new Science Director for . Fab first week which included my first meeting at the home office talking to the Animals in Science Regulatory Unit.
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Dr Hazel Jackson Jul 15
Replying to @Raisinmeister
This behaviour never ceases to amaze me. Unbelieveable!
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AiSPI Jul 15
Researchers have developed a database of known chemicals that can be used to predict toxicity more accurately than animal tests.
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Dr Hazel Jackson Jul 15
Replying to @drmelbailey
I survived my PhD by powerlifting! 😀😀😀😀💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻
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Parrot Of The Day Jul 15
Male Sulawesi hanging-parrot, Togian Islands, just off the coast of Central Sulawesi, Indonesia . Great pic by James Eaton via
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HumanToxProject Jul 14
Don’t miss ’s workshop, “Harnessing Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Advance Biomedical Research” on Monday July 23, 8:45am- 4:40pm ET. In-person registration is full, but videocast is available.
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Remember The Wild Jul 13
Indigenous culture and western science are being combined in an effort to save the and emblematic Golden-Shouldered - known to the Olkola traditional owners as 'Alwal'.
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Dr Hazel Jackson Jul 14
Replying to @Doctor_Ness
Agreed. There’s lots of us out there but a severe lack of opportunity for senior roles and serious problems with retention of women in science.
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Dr Hazel Jackson Jul 14
First day in the new job involved being welcomed by the scariest rabbit I’ve ever seen in my desk drawer 😱😱😱😱. Well played , well played! 😂😂😂
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Alex Rafinski Jul 13
Saying a bird has declined 50% doesn't quite bring it home as loudly as a photo can ...
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Bella Lack 🌱 Jul 13
There were only 30 of these ‘big tuskers’ left in the ENTIRE world last month. Now there are 29. This big Tusker was murdered by a in Zimbabwe. If that was the human race, he would have just killed 3.3% of the population-over 250 million people
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Dr Hazel Jackson Jul 13
Replying to @RSPCA_LabAnimal
Thank you so much! Yes I’m looking forward to working with you too! 😁😁😁
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