NC3Rs Primate Welfare Meeting

Date: 08/11/2022

London and online





The NC3Rs Primate Welfare Meeting plays a unique role in bringing together the non-human primate research community internationally to share and discuss best practice and the latest refinements in non-human primate care and use. If you’re a researcher, veterinarian, technician or facility manager working directly with laboratory non-human primates, be sure to register now to reserve your place.

This years’ event is taking place on 8 November in central London as a hybrid event with live streaming.

Participants joining remotely will be able to watch all presentations, pose questions and view PDFs of the posters. However, we encourage you to attend in-person where possible, to take advantage of the excellent networking opportunities. Please indicate whether you will be attending in-person or virtually when you register (see button on the right).


The programme consists of oral presentations, posters and networking opportunities. Details of the speakers and topics will be released as they are confirmed.

Poster abstracts and travel bursary competition

They are inviting abstracts for oral and poster presentation on any topic relevant to the welfare of non-human primates and the 3Rs. Abstracts (300 words maximum) should be submitted by 1 August 2022. Abstracts will be selected by the meeting organisers and successful applicants will be informed by end of August.

Please note that poster abstracts must be submitted as part of the registration process. See below for the poster abstract submission form.

One poster abstract will be chosen for oral presentation at the meeting; the winner will receive a travel bursary of £100.


This meeting is open to laboratory personnel working directly with non-human primates. It is free to attend but registration is essential. The closing date for registration is 21 October 2022. Please note that there are limited places available for the in-person event.   

Certificates of attendance are available on request.

Supported by Wellcome. 


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