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  1. I want to ask about progress/updated about issues regarding resignation of Mark Baxter from the editorial board of eNeuro. Is that any correction for the journal entitled "A New Theory of Gender Dysphoria Incorporating the Distress, Social Behavioral and Body-Ownership Networks" This issue is quiet viral on social media. I hope SfN will try to make statement or any official correction from mistakes happen in order to bring back the good reputation for SfN community. Best regards, Nazeerah
  2. Michael Oberdorfer

    2016 Animal Research Statistics

    The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has published the 2016 animal research statistics according to Speaking of Research The numbers show a 6.9% increase over 2015, despite a general downward trend over the last three decades. The figures do not include mice, rats and fish, nor do they include 137,000 animals housed in research facilities but not used in research studies in 2016. There has been a small rise in most animal species, except cats, with the most significant increase in non-human primates. The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS/USDA) has provided the breakdown here. A number of nations have a clear policy of transparency regarding animals in research, including the UK which recently posted a visual 360 degree tour of several animal facilities. Could the United States do more to promote transparency as suggested by Speaking of Research? What do you think?
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