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Paula Clifford, MLA, CVT, RLATG

Executive Director, Americans for Medical Progress

presenter photoPaula Clifford is the Executive Director for Americans for Medical Progress where she is leading national advocacy efforts. Previously, she was the Executive Director for the PA Society for Biomedical Research (PSBR). While at PSBR, she created and led several innovative programs designed to provide information to the public about biomedical research and the role of animals in advancing medicine and science. During this time, she also served as a Board Member for States United for Biomedical Research (SUBR) where she played a key role in fostering collaborations among other biomedical research organizations to more effectively leverage resources, analyze trends and inform the public. Past professional roles include Vice President of Operations for Animal Care Training Services (ACTS) and Training Manager at the University of Pennsylvania. She currently serves as AALAS’s Government Relations Advisory Council liaison for DVB AALAS, the AREA Program Chair for the 2016 TriBranch Program Committee and Past President for LAWTE. She received a Master of Liberal Arts in Training Program Evaluation from the University of Pennsylvania, BA in biology from Rutgers and an AAS in veterinary technology from Camden County College. She is a Licensed Veterinary Technician and a Registered Laboratory Animal Technologist (LATG).

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How Do We Talk About Our Work?

NWABR Regional IACUC Conference: How Do We Talk About Our Work?

Thursday, March 31

9:20 AM - 9:55 AM

Faculty(s):

Paula Clifford, MLA, CVT, RLATG

Executive Director, Americans for Medical Progress

This session will provide participants with tools and resources to enable them to communicate about their work to the public, non-defensively, and in a manner that builds support for ethically conducted animal research.

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