Larry Carbone, DVM, PhD, has worked in laboratory animal care in the academic setting as animal care staff, veterinarian, researcher and Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee member for over 35 years. He is specialty board-certified in Animal Welfare (ACAW) and Laboratory Animal Medicine (ACLAM). Following his veterinary training at Cornell University, he stayed on as laboratory animal veterinarian and as PhD candidate in science and technology studies. His dissertation on the intersection of ethics, history, and epistemology in laboratory animal welfare policy was published in 2004 as What Animals Want: Advocacy and Expertise in Laboratory Animal Welfare Policy (Oxford University Press). His research in animal welfare science and policy focus primarily on pain management for laboratory animals, and on how scientists write about animal pain in their research publications.
Sessions as a Speaker
C4) Covering Research on Lab Animals: Challenges and Opportunities
- Marriott Marquis: Salon 8