Dr. Lynn Sneddon is the Director of Bioveterinary Sciences at the University of Liverpool. Lynne’s research addresses questions in animal welfare using aquatic models specifically to provide empirical evidence to understand how we can improve the treatment of fish. Lynne has driven the agenda on ethical thinking in experimental studies and is Deputy Chair of the Animal Group at the Society of Experimental Biology, has been Ethics Chair for the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour as well as chief Ethics Editor for the journal Animal Behaviour. Lynne is currently a Member of the Animal Science Group for the Royal Society of Biology and is active in the field of science, welfare and ethical concepts.
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