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We have an exciting list of meetings, classes, and wet labs to offer you, along with fun networking opportunities! Please check out our Events page or the News section below to stay up to date on everything happening at the New England branch.

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The registration for the Harvard Yale Symposium 2023 –April 3-4,2023 is now open!! The agenda and registration links can be found below.

Registration now Open for the 2023 Harvard Yale Biosafety Symposium – April 3-4, 2023!

Click Here to Register:  Harvard Yale Symposium 2023 | Harvard Medical School

The hybrid event will be held on the campus of the Harvard Medical School for onsite attendees and virtually for those who cannot attend in person.   Two professional development courses, Lab Design Issues, and the IBC/IRB Review of Gene Therapy Clinical Trials will be offered on April 3rd.  Our April 4th Symposium will feature a keynote presentation by Dr. Syra Madad, a member of the National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity (NSABB) and an internationally recognized public health leader and epidemiologist in infectious disease and special pathogen preparedness and response.   We will also feature three interactive panels on Gain of Function research, Gene Therapy Clinical Trials, and containment of Risk Group 3 pathogens in lab, animal, and arthropod facilities. Presentations on procedures and equipment that generate contamination in clinical, diagnostic and research laboratories and laboratory-associated infections will be provided. 

Thank you to all our Sponsors!

Jan - Ancare

Feb - Transnetyx/Rockstep

Mar - Buono Pest Control

Apr - TD2/PCS

May -

Jun - Rockstep/Elm Hill





and thank you to our Sponsors for supporting the Scholarship Fund!

Are you working at home?  Want help studying for an AALAS exam? No problem! NEBAALAS is partnering with Sol Del Mar for online courses.

Sol Del Mar is providing a 25% discount for any NEBAALAS member! Company won’t cover costs? Need financial assistance? Apply for a NEBAALAS Certification Scholarship to cover the cost!

For more information go to https://soldelmarinc.com/training.

Online AALAS Certification Prep Courses: These interactive exam prep courses provide instruction, guidance and supplemental resources necessary to help you successfully sit for the AALAS certification exams. Lessons include handouts, discussions, videos, practice quizzes, and practice exams. Webinars are offered via GoToTraining.com, allowing you to attend from any computer or mobile device with internet access. The sessions are recorded so if you miss a live webinar you won’t miss the lesson. Space is limited, sign up early!

Materials Needed: AALAS Training Manual and Workbook, AALAS recommended study resources, a few hours each week to study, and a commitment to succeed!

Here’s what you need to do:

Contact Laura Jones ASAP Laurajones@soldelmarinc.com to enroll and mention that you are a NEBAALAS member so you can have the discount

1.     Apply for Scholarship on our  website: Here 
2.     If not a NEBAALAS member, apply for membership anytime!
3.    The course instructor will send you an invoice for you to provide payment and if you applied for a scholarship it will reimburse for the cost.


Scholarships for Sol Del Mar classes are available!

Fostering an Animal Hero

Homes for Animal Heroes is a foster-based program, meaning we do not have a physical facility to temporarily house dogs prior to permanent rehoming. Quality foster homes are the cornerstone of successful rehoming, introducing dogs to a daily routine and helping them acclimate to life after their involvement in biomedical research.

As a foster volunteer, you will play a key role in matching foster dogs to the best possible forever home. You will work directly with the local Homes for Animal Heroes Regional Coordinator to ensure the health, safety and well-being of the foster dog to help rehome the do permanently. All necessary veterinary care will be provided by Homes for Animal Heroes through the foster period. Any expenses incurred by the foster volunteer may be tax-deductible.

Position Requirements:

If you love dogs, appreciate biomedical research, and have the desire to care for and train animal heroes, then fostering may be for you. Contact information: To learn more, contact your regional coordinator or call/email National Animal Interest Alliance at (503) 227-8450 or director.hah@naiaonline.org.