Central to the Unit for Laboratory Animal Medicine (ULAM)’s mission is a commitment to service, integrity, and collaboration in support of innovative research to benefit both human and animal health.
To that end, William King, DVM, PhD, DACLAM, U-M’s Attending Veterinarian, Assistant Vice President for Research – Animal Resources, and ULAM’s Executive Director, will host three community conversations later this fall to solicit feedback on ULAM’s new multi-year strategic plan.
Conversations will be held at multiple locations across campus, and seating will be limited in order to allow ample time for discussion. Feedback garnered from these sessions will be used to further shape the direction of ULAM’s strategic goals and operations.
If you are interested in attending, please indicate your availability by completing this short RSVP form
Additional opportunities to review, and provide feedback on, the goals and objectives outlined in the multi-year plan will be provided at a later date. You may also contact Dr. King via email at email@example.com to share your thoughts and insights.
We look forward to your continued collaboration in shaping the future of animal care and use at the University of Michigan!
If you have questions about these community conversations, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the ULAM Business Office at (734) 764-0277.