25th June 2016

    

The Humane Research Trust is a registered charity that HELPS PEOPLE and SAVES ANIMALS.

The Trust raises the necessary finance to fund and promote pioneering medical research into human disease WITHOUT the use of animals or animal tissue. The aim is to eliminate the need for animals in human medical research.

The Humane Research Trust works WITH scientists, funding a wide range of research at a number of UK hospitals and universities.

The Trust also funds lectureships and studentships, which help to spread the message that humane research is the cost effective way to promote human health, quickly and with a clear conscience.

The Humane Research Trust, with its many supporters and scientific partners, will continue the work started, over thirty years ago, by its predecessor the Lawson Tait Trust to help people and save animals.

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Latest News and Events

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DR PARAOAN GETS RECOGNITION FROM ARVO

Dr Luminita Paraoan has been elected to represent the Biochemistry/Molecular Biology section in the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthlamology (ARVO) Annual Meeting Programme Committee for the next three years, chairing the Section Committee during 2018- 2019.

 

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POSTERS, MEDALS & LOTS OF IDEAS AT ARVO, SEATTLE 2016

Early this month a number of the team headed to Seattle, on the west coast of the United States, to attend the annual Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) conference. This was attended by 11,000 people and involved nearly 7,000 presentations. This is a place where ideas are formed, which will fuel next generation research and potentially prevent, delay or treat eye conditions.

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2016 MARGARET PRITCHARD AWARDS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER

Many of you may remember Margaret Pritchard who was a long-standing Trustee of the Humane Research Trust. Sadly Margaret passed away in 2010 and every year since then, it has been our great pleasure here at St Mary’s, Manchester, to host the Margaret Pritchard Memorial Prize.

 

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FUDGE – THE WINNER OF OUR 2016 CHRISTMAS CARD COMPETITION!

We are pleased to announce that the winner of our 2016 Christmas card competition is ‘All Woofed Out’,  better known by his human companion Anne from Epsom, as Fudge!  This delightful photo, taken by Anne’s daughter Kirsty,  will be available to buy at the Trust as a pack of 10 Christmas cards from August this year.  Many congratulations to Anne and Fudge, thank you for your continued support.


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REFLEXOLOGY FUNDRAISING MARATHON

Emma Hopkins is running a reflexology fundraising marathon on Saturday 20th February 2016 at Naturally Different health food shop in Macclesfield. After learning more about The Humane Research Trust’s work in supporting various research projects, Emma has been motivated to contribute to helping both people and animals in terms of research and how it is conducted.

 
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CONGRATULATIONS TO DR MICHAEL WORMSTONE

Earlier this month (May 2015), Michael Wormstone, and a selection of the team from UEA represented The Humane Research Trust Laboratory at the annual Association for Research and Ophthalmology conference in Denver, Colorado. Once again this year it was a fantastic meeting, giving us the opportunity to showcase our work to the world of eye research.

 
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HELP THE TRUST CELEBRATE 40 YEARS IN HUMANE RESEARCH

There is still a little bit of space left in our forthcoming book if you think you may have a worthy personal story, poem, favourite recipe, joke, photo etc. that you would like to see included, please post or email it to us as soon as possible. Deadline date for articles – end February 2015.

 

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THE EASIEST WAY TO DONATE TO THE TRUST

You can now donate to The Humane Research Trust simply by sending a text message from your mobile phone, no matter what network you are on. All you have to do is text THRT12 followed by the amount you would like to donate to 70070 , it really couldn’t be easier!

 

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