SU809: Laboratory Animal Science
Students taking the course are expected to have prepared themselves via e-learn (20 hours of self-study).
- Give the competence to perform animal experiments
- Give skills to handle and use laboratory animals
- Give knowledge and understanding of handling of laboratory animal species, laboratory animal genetics, gene modified animals, health aspects, anaesthesia, euthanasia, experimental procedures, surgery, post-operative care, legislation, bio-ethics, biology of laboratory animals, housing and care of laboratory animals, clinical observations, animal welfare, humane endpoints.
Expected learning outcome
- handle laboratory animals correct and safe
- apply anaesthesia to laboratory animals
- apply procedures on laboratory animals
- apply animals in biomedical research
- work with laboratory animals according to legal guidelines and ethical principles
- handling of laboratory animal species
- laboratory animal genetics
- gene modified animals
- health aspects
- anaesthesia and euthanasia
- experimental procedures and surgery
- post-operative care
- legislation and bio-ethics
- biology of laboratory animals
- housing and care of laboratory animals
- clinical observations
- animal welfare
- humane endpoints.
Prerequisites for participating in the exam a)
Se Danish version
The prerequisite examination is a prerequisite for participation in exam element a)
Exam element a)
|Type||Prerequisite name||Prerequisite course|
|Examination part||Prerequisites for participating in the exam a)||N810003101, SU809: Laboratory Animal Science|
Exam aids allowed.A closer description of the exam rules will be posted under 'Course Information' on Blackboard.
A total score of 80 % in the concluding test is necessary to pass.
The examination form for re-examination may be different from the exam form at the regular exam.
Indicative number of lessons
|08 - 09|
|09 - 10|
|10 - 11|
|11 - 12|
|12 - 13|
|13 - 14|
|14 - 15|
|15 - 16|