Who Should Attend TurnKey?

TurnKey is two days of information that’s absolutely essential for anyone building, renovating, or operating a laboratory animal facility. Including facility directors and managers, veterinarians, vendors, designers, and architects.

Veterinary Bioscience Institute to host Laboratory Animal Medicine Track

Veterinary Bioscience Institute will host a distinctly separate track focusing on the important challenges facing the laboratory animal community.

John Stagl - Are you prepared for a Diaster?

First day Keynote: John Stagl works with corporate clients in the planning for and actual response to disasters caused by fires, earthquakes, terrorism and other medical and economic factors that interrupt business operations.

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What You Can Expect and More

Here is a sampling of what you can expect if you participate in the TurnKey Conference.

Testimonial


“The 2013 TurnKey Conference was a good opportunity to engage the architectural and engineering communities associated with our work. Facility design is the bedrock to how we actually perform the work we do, so it's important to see how the professionals are approaching the work. The zebrafish community is still relatively new to the scene, but there is interest in developing the best practices and equipment to meet our needs. With some zebrafish facility managers present, we were able to speak with vendors and designers to see what products they have and are developing, as well as speaking with people about standards and regulations and how we should best perform certain practices, such as tank cleaning. For established facilities, it's not feasible to implement major changes to their building design, but as more labs begin to use the zebrafish model, this information will be vital to establishing a proper foundation to their work. Overall, the most important outcome of the conference was our exposure and interactions with the designers and engineers, which will help perfect our ability to raise the fish as ideally as possible in the years ahead.”
 

Nathan McKenney
Animal Technician
Laboratory of Sensory Neuroscience
The Rockefeller University and Howard Hughes Medical Institute

2014 TurnKey Conference

Advancements in Animal Laboratory Facility Design and Medicine

On M
ay 13-14, 2014 the 12th annual TurnKey conference will be the event of the year for facility directors and managers, veterinarians, vendors, designers, and architects, from all over the world!

Animal Laboratory Facility Design  Designed for knowledgeable industry experts, TurnKey  is two days of information that’s absolutely essential for anyone building, renovating, or operating a laboratory animal facility. The conference is designed to provide useful information and ideas on how to update or design laboratories to be more efficient and economical, and how to avoid the common pitfalls and costly mistakes. 

Laboratory Animal Medicine ALN Magazine and Veterinary Bioscience Institute will host a distinctly separate track focusing on the important challenges facing the laboratory animal community in areas related to the frontiers of animal surgery, anesthesia, and monitoring in research. 

Additional information about the conference will be posted on this site as it becomes available, so check back often!

 

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