Golledge has been a member of the senior management team at UFAW and the … New study calls for … View Huw Golledge’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. If your work is impacted by Covid-19 please feel free to contact us to discuss how we can help. Animal welfare scientists often try to access animals’ internal states through their behaviour. ContinueFind out more. Thanks to Dr Huw Golledge, UFAW, for assistance with this sheet. Covid-19 statement from our CEO Huw Golledge In these extraordinary times UFAW will be trying our best to continue supporting Science in the Service of Animal Welfare. *penny hawkins (secret ar y) 1, p aul littlef air 2, huw golledge 3, CLAIRE RICHARDSON 3 , SARAH ALLDEN 4 , T ANIA BODEN 4 , COLIN HENDRIE 5 , DOMINIC WELLS 6 , NIKKI OSBORNE 1 , Huw Golledge, Ph.D Senior Scientific Programme Manager Universities Federation for Animal Welfare & The Humane Slaughter Association golledge@ufaw.org.uk Aversion to Carbon Dioxide and Inhalational Anaesthesia in Rodents This follows the retirement of Dr Robert Hubrecht at the end the year. Whilst many of our staff are working from home we do not expect to have any significant problems in carrying on … Mr Philip Yung Wai-hung , Permanent Secretary for Food and Health in the Hong Kong SAR Government, said JCC was a milestone in spearheading veterinary education in Hong Kong. Dr Huw Golledge BSc PhD has been appointed as the new chief executive of the Universities Federation for Animal Welfare (UFAW) and its sister charity, the Humane Slaughter Association (HSA). UFAW understands that some students may feel uncertain about applying for a Scholarship due to the impact of Covid-19. We will continue to process grant applications as usual and our journal Animal Welfare is dealing with paper submissions in the normal way. Huw Golledge 1, Paulin Jirkof 2 1 Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, UK 2 Division of Surgical Research, University … We use cookies to improve your experience of our site. Mr Philip Yung Wai-hung , Permanent Secretary for Food and Health in the Hong Kong SAR Government, said JCC was a milestone in spearheading veterinary education in Hong Kong. Huw Golledge, BSc, PhD6, Anne-Marie Farmer, PhD, BVSc, BVBiol, MRCVS7, Nikki Osborne, BSc, PhD 1, Maggy Jennings, BSc, PhD & Robert Hubrecht, BSc, PhD8 The RSPCA/UFAW Rodent Welfare Group holds a one-day meeting every autumn to discuss current welfare research and to exchange views on rodent welfare issues. Brain stem auditory evoked response for confirmation of brain death in the rat: 2008: Dr Huw Golledge: Report of the 2006 RSPCA/UFAW Rodent Welfare Group meeting: 2008: Vassillios Avlonitis Chris Wigfield Dr Huw Golledge Professor John Kirby Professor John Dark et al. Dr Huw Golledge has been a member of UFAW and the HSA’s senior management team since September 2014. UFAW’s Chief Executive and Scientific Director Dr Huw Golledge said: “We are delighted that Birte will be joining the charities. UFAW has part-funded a study which aims to provide a greater understanding of the impact of “bycatch” on cetaceans (dolphins, porpoises and whales) in Cornwall and to prove the efficacy of the Bycatch Evidence Evaluation Protocol (BEEP) Project. We wish all of you the very best at this difficult time. You can contact us on 01582 831 818 or at ufaw@ufaw.org.uk, Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, The International Animal Welfare Science Society. UFAW’s chief executive and scientific director Huw Golledge said: ‘This work has the potential to improve the wellbeing of millions of birds from a variety of species by testing our assumptions about the effects of captivity on different species.’ endstream endobj startxref You can also follow our updates on twitter: @UFAW_1926. Please ensure that you have your credit/debit card with you as, if we have any places remaining, we will require immediate payment to secure registration. 43 0 obj <>stream UFAW's Dr Huw Golledge has travelled to Hong Kong to speak at the Animal Welfare Across Borders meeting. ?n\�]$Ppܺ+0gAe�P- [��`��)*�c/~ ��;��G�#7�n S�J��D0�A#8�B!�e`��1h 45������ g�a��p�]�)U�H�*�GB�$��1��EY%�t�a��8=%�����s�%i� _�7��m�łQ��(s����!/J�ŋ��A�`wU�J��>��4��s����MZg����0�_w䟴�3�Eɤ�&sB?P-~����r���1��ԫl�KU4Mwd��!�R}ʼi��fE�XÒ� By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Huw Golledge, UFAW, The Old School, Brewhouse Hill, Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, AL4 8AN, UK Tel: +44 (0) 1582 831818 Website: www.ufaw.org.uk Email: golledge@ufaw.org.uk Twitter: @UFAW_1926 Registered Charity No 207996 (Registered in England) and Company Limited by Guarantee No 579991 UFAW’s CEO Huw Golledge said: “In these extraordinary times UFAW is doing its best to continue supporting animal welfare science and is processing applications for funding as usual. h�bbd``b`�@�q�`� ���SA� �y����b��'���``����x�@� �B Organisers: Dr Tom Smulders (Newcastle), Dr Colline Poirier (Newcastle), Dr Huw Golledge (UFAW). As we grow our influence and focus on rigorous evidence-based approaches to animal welfare Birte will bring significant additional expertise to our science teams.” We can offer no-cost extensions to grants in many cases and will consider any other adjustments which may help UFAW-supported activities to continue. h�b```f``�d`a`�f�e@ ^&�(G�J �R ��b�]��oK6ޖ�I~��9�@c�ViF �bv�,�� � �a� HSA announces new Chief Executive. As we grow our influence and focus on rigorous evidence-based approaches to animal welfare Birte will bring significant additional expertise to our science teams.” We understand that some of our grant recipients will experience problems carrying out the research and other activities which we support, and we are keen to help you overcome these issues. %%EOF 27 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[<2C7AE9FDB6CBC14BA77DCA73F783D203>]/Index[14 30]/Info 13 0 R/Length 72/Prev 18040/Root 15 0 R/Size 44/Type/XRef/W[1 2 1]>>stream Paul E HONESS, Animal Behaviour & Welfare Consultant, Oxford, UK. Covid-19 statement from our CEO Huw Golledge In these extraordinary times UFAW will be trying our best to continue supporting Science in the Service of Animal Welfare. %PDF-1.5 %���� Dr Huw Golledge, UFAW’s Chief Executive said: “One of UFAW’s missions is to help encourage the next generation of animal welfare scientists and I am delighted that we have been able to acknowledge the work of these inspiring early-career researchers. Further information about this event can be found on the UFAW website, on the UFAW flyer or by contacting Huw Golledge (tel: +44 (0) 1582 831818) This meeting is a joint meeting between the Universities Federation for Animal Welfare (UFAW) and Humane Slaughter Association. Background information: • It is good practice to periodically review standard protocols for humane killing at Topics at the meeting include cat and dog welfare in Thailand, the Chinese pig industry and animal welfare and sustainability amongst others. endstream endobj 15 0 obj <> endobj 16 0 obj <> endobj 17 0 obj <>stream If you are interested in attending please contact Dr Huw Golledge on 01582 831818 (golledge@ufaw.org.uk) to check availability of places. 0 14 0 obj <> endobj