Dr. Jarrod Bailey is the Director of Science and Technology for the Center for Contemporary Sciences, which seeks to improve human health by accelerating the transition of medical research to human-specific methods. A fellow of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics, and with a background in genetics, he has spent the last 15 years evaluating the human relevance of animal experiments in many areas of biomedical research and testing, and promoting the use of human-specific research methods in their place.
Patricia Maroday is a Main Street Vegan graduate and the co-founder of OopsVegan.com. The website helps people discover vegan products, get support and inspiration on their vegan journey.
Blast from the past! ~ Back in 2016, we did a show with Steven Wise, an animal rights attorney and author of Drawing the Line – Science and the Case for Animal Rights. Check out the episode here: “Unlocking the Cage” & the Nonhuman Rights Project with Attorney Steven Wise
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