AALAS Global Partner Organizations



Canadian Association for Laboratory Animal Science—CALAS/ASCAL

The Canadian Association for Laboratory Animal Science (CALAS/ACSAL) is composed of a multidisciplinary group of people and institutions concerned with the care and use of laboratory animals in research, teaching and testing. Membership includes veterinarians, physicians, researchers, administrators, technicians and many others.


Institute of Animal Technology—IAT

This British organization develops training courses for animal technicians, produces publications, and has introduced examinations which were the forerunner of today's internationally recognized qualifications.

Laboratory Animal Scientists' Association of India-LASAI

Laboratory Animal Scientists' Association is a national organization dedicated to advancing laboratory animal science by promoting the ethical care and use of laboratory animals in biomedical and veterinary research.


Korean Association For Laboratory Animal Science- KALAS

KALAS has been playing an important role as a bridge between the past and the future, between the in vitro and humans in virtually all fields of biomedical sciences, providing a beautiful interacting community of scientists, industrialists, government officials, and laboratory animal technicians since its establishment in 1985.

Singapore Association for Laboratory Animal Science- SALAS

The Singapore Association for Laboratory Animal Science (SALAS) is a non-profit organization that was established in 2004 as a premier association for the education and development of various professionals in the field of laboratory animal science.

Thailand Association for Laboratory Animal Science—TALAS

The Thai Association for Laboratory Animal Science (TALAS) was found in 2001. Today the association is composed of Individuals or Institutions concerned with care and use of laboratory animals, including technicians, veterinarians, scientists, physicians, researchers, administrators, and many others interested in the proper care and use of animals in research, teaching, and testing.

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