The Charge & The Challenge
CUTTING RED TAPE ~ IMPROVING ANIMAL WELFARE Continue reading
Hello Metro members, Last night our third and final summer event was held, the harbor cruise on the Zephyr, which followed the Central Park Zoo family event and the Bronx Zoo educational tour of the Wildlife Health Center, followed by … Continue reading
We are saddened to inform you that after a valiantly fought 12-year battle with breast cancer, Jennifer Streicker has passed away. Many will remember Jen from her inspiring personal story as a breast cancer researcher who also became a breast … Continue reading
Housing has opened for the AALAS National Meeting! It is time to book the block.
Click here for National AALAS’ latest email. Included are links to register, info on keynote speaker, Rebecca Skloot, and updates on other National Meeting events and opportunities. Get more AALAS news when you read this month’s LAS Pro newsletter.
See you in Charlotte! Continue reading
If you have a TBR in your branch who you feel has shown an exemplary job performance, please nominate him/her for the “TBR Recognition Award”. Continue reading
The TriBranch Symposium will be held on June 6, 7 and 8 at the Tropicana Hotel in Atlantic City, NJ. Registration is now open! Continue reading
The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)/Bronx Zoo has available a one year veterinary technician internship for a successful candidate to be trained as a specialized zoo and wildlife veterinary technician.
A loving tribute to Dr. McBride, who sadly passed on January 17th, 2016.
A memorial service will be held Saturday, Jan. 30 at 2 p.m. For details please follow link at the end of our tribute. Continue reading
It is now time to start submitting your presentation and poster abstracts for TriBranch 2016. The theme will be “Doing More with Less”…. Continue reading
This is your chance to vote for your 2016 MNYBAALAS Council Members and President-Elect!
Metro New York Branch of AALAS presents awards in six categories to deserving members at its Annual Installation Dinner on Jan. 29, 2016. Continue reading
The CTAD (Committee for Technician Awareness and Development) is looking for motivated individuals working in the research community who have graduated from an accredited Vet Tech program to participate in the Veterinary Technician Student Program, at the AALAS 66th National Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona November 1-5, 2015. Continue reading
MNYBAALAS is soliciting Vet Tech student applicants for the 2015 Student Award. Continue reading
Visit our “classifieds” section to view newly listed job opportunities! Continue reading
If you are a technician with at least one year’s experience in the research animal field at the level of cage wash tech, diagnostic lab tech, animal health/vet tech, animal care tech, training tech, or supervisor…. Continue reading