The Charles River Accelerator and Development Lab (CRADL™) is a new animal housing and research support option from Charles River that provides turnkey vivarium rental space and technical support in highly populated research-focused regions. CRADL™ is the optimum space for clients to launch or expand their business with the added benefit of access to Charles River’s complete portfolio of integrated drug discovery resources. Managed by AALAS-certified technicians, rodents receive the best in care within secure, modern and compliant facilities.
Discover how they were able to improve animal & employee welfare, as well as cost & space savings by adopting the Innovive Disposable Caging System.
Read the Charles River Accelerator and Development Lab (CRADL™) Case Study
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by Tim Dawe, LATg, ILAM
Vivarium Manager of Center for Infectious Disease Research
In 2012, the Center for Infectious Disease Research (formerly Seattle BioMed) determined that its existing facility operations and research support capacity was limited by lack of space, inadequate cage sanitation capacity as well as insufficient physical infrastructure to support expanding animal use procedures and imaging.
Discover how they were able to increase vivarium cage capacity, reduce FTE needs and reduce utility and caging costs by adopting the Innovive Disposable Caging System.
Read the Center for Infectious Disease Research Case Study
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by Sheryl Perry, MS, LAT
Former Animal Facility Manager & IACUC Chair of AVEO Oncology
In 2011, the relocation of the AVEO Corporate Headquarters led them to reevaluate their animal housing needs and operation. After examining the total cost of ownership and maintenance, discover how they were able to save over $2 million by switching from washable caging to the Innovive Disposable Caging System.
Read the AVEO Oncology Case Study