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Perhaps you didn't know that rats and mice are the foundation for all medical research and that they have played a vital role in virtually every major medical discovery in history.  If you are interested in this or other resources
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Essay Contest
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Due March 23, 2015

Rx for Science Literacy
SENIORS - Living Proof Project

Faces of Research video
Survivors Campaign
Medical Milestones

Teacher Resources

Resource Materials - FREE to Arizona teachers

Monthly Teachers Update: Information, Resources & Events for Teachers
Rx for Science Literacy:
Controversial Issues in Science
National Institutes of Health Supplements

Thank You Research Lesson Plan
Together for Life Resources
Ethics in the Classroom Lesson Plan
Stem Cell Resources
HIV Vaccine Curriculum
For the Greater Good Curriculum
Jr High Living Proof Lesson Plan
Speakers Bureau - classroom speakers
NSTA Position on Animals in Classroom

Arisona Science Teacher Association (ASTA) Link

NIH Science Teacher Link

Student Resources

AZ Science Fair Links - mentoring for students
Students Chance to Share their Living Proof

On-Line Resources on Animal Research Issues
When Animals Help Animals
Our Relationships with Pets

Pet Escape & Recapture Instructions
Controversial Issues in Science


Mission Statement

The mission of the Southwest Association for Education in Biomedical Research is to develop and implement a strong proactive campaign to educate school children, as well as the general public, in the vital role biomedical research plays in their everyday lives. The Association disseminates information necessary to improve the public's understanding of how responsible and humane biomedical research has led to significantly improved health for humankind and its animals companions.

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