American Committee on Laboratory Animal Diseases

ACLAD Mission

To advance and communicate knowledge about diseases of laboratory animals for the benefit of laboratory animal science and comparative medicine.

National AALAS 2013 Baltimore is approaching!
ACLAD will once again be sponsoring the Wallace P. Rowe lecture, ACLAD/IDEXX seminar, and of course the  trainee luncheon.
Check out the ACLAD at AALAS tab for more information!

Congratulations to our new 2013 officers!
Welcome to Roger Van Andel our new president, Corinna Kashuba our new treasurer and Lesley Colby, Angela Brice, and Gerry Hish our 2013 councilors! We are looking forward to an exciting year in ACLAD.
Thank you so much to our outgoing officers, Sue VandeWoude, Glen Otto, Ingrid Bergin, Susan Compton, and Susan Erdman for their devoted service to ACLAD! 

2013 Membership Renewals

ACLAD depends on member fees and luncheon registrations to sponsor annual events such as scientific sessions, the Wallace P. Rowe lecture, and the "Speed Networking" luncheon at the national AALAS meeting.

An updated membership form is below for 2013. Payment can be made by check, or paypal following the links below.

ACLAD Membership-FULL
ACLAD Membership Veterinary Student
Current Officers

Roger van Andel, DVM, PhD, ACLAM
Director, OLAC
University of California, Berkeley2012

Secretary/Editor :
Kathleen A. Patterson DVM
Senior Staff Veterinarian
MPI Research

Corinna Kashuba DVM, PhD, DACLAM
Institutional Compliance & Attending Veterinarian
Office of Research Compliance
Clinical Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences
Northern Illinois University

Councilors :
Angela K Brice, DVM, PhD, DACVP
Staff Pathologist
University Laboratory Animal Resources
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Pathobiology,
School of Veterinary Medicine
University of Pennsylvania
Gerry Hish, DVM
Post-doctoral fellow
Unit for Laboratory Animal Medicine
University of Michigan
Lesley A. Colby  DVM, MS, DACLAM
Senior Director of Animal Resources and Operations
Associate Professor
Department of Comparative Medicine
University of Washington
Craig Franklin, DVM, PhD
Department of Veterinary Pathobiology
University of Missouri-Columbia
Sue VandeWoude DVM, DACLAM (past president)
Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education
Professor of Comparative Medicine
Colorado State University