Committee on Animal Research and Ethics (CARE)
The charge of the Committee on Animal Research and Ethics is:
To safeguard responsible research with animals, other than humans, and to establish and maintain cooperative relations with organizations sharing common interests.
To disseminate in cooperation with other organizations accurate information about such research.
To review the ethics of such research and recommend guidelines for its ethical conduct.
To disseminate in cooperation with other organizations, guidelines for the protecting the welfare of animals, other than humans, that are used in research, teaching and practical applications and to consult on the implementation of these guidelines.
The committee consists of six members, two of whom are elected each year for a term of three years.
Sangeeta Panicker, PhD (email)
- 2013 Chair: Allyson Bennett (2012-14)
University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Marilyn E. Carroll (2012-14)
University of Minnesota
- Gary L. Dunbar (2011-13)
Central Michigan University
- Kenneth J. Leising (2013-15)
Texas Christian University
- Wendy J. Lynch (2013-15)
University of Virginia
- Rodney A. Swain (2011-13)
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
APA letter to the NIH Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare (OLAW) responding to draft position statements regarding implementation of the "Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals." (PDF, 187KB)
Research with Animals in Psychology (PDF, 1 MB)
Responding to Research Information Requests (PDF, 37 KB)