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New Officer to Promote Animal Welfare Charity
Mar 07 2018
As part of its major profile raising campaign, medical research charity FRAME, which is committed to replacing the use of animals in scientific experiments, has appointed Amy Beale as senior scientific liaison officer.
A graduate in Equine Science from DMU, Amy joins FRAME after many years’ experience as a science teacher. She previously worked for RSPCA Education promoting animal welfare resources to teachers and school children.
Amy feels her experience at the animal protection charity has given her a solid foundation for her new role at FRAME.
She said: “I have always had an interest in issues affecting animal welfare and it was at the RSPCA that I first heard about the three ‘R’s – replacement, reduction and refinement – as a way forward for ultimately ending animal experimentation. This is a philosophy I fully support and am committed to raising awareness of.”
“It is all about reducing the number of animals used in bio-medical research, replacing experimentation using animals with scientifically proven alternatives that don’t and refining existing practices to reduce suffering.”
Amy said her new role would involve engaging with new and existing supporters and stakeholders of FRAME to promote the activities of the charity.
She will also be responsible for identifying potential sources of funding for FRAME and for initiating fundraising activities through charitable trusts and grant applications.
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