Stop Preaching to The Choir; Telling the Whole Story of Biomedical Research to the Public
In this episode of Legal Drugs Podcast, Host (NEW landing page www.podpage.com/site/legal-drugs-podcast), Angela Stoyanovitch, interviews Tom Leach, Esq. Tom is the executive director of the New Jersey Association for Biomedical Research (NJABR) and the Pennsylvania Society for Biomedical Research (PSBR). In addition to biomedical research advocacy, Tom monitors legal and legislative develops related to animal welfare in New Jersey and across the country. Tom has extensive experience developing policy positions and legislative initiatives for association management and government affairs clients. Tom has more than fifteen years of experience working in state government and legal affairs. Tom began his career as an aide to New Jersey Governors Whitman and DiFrancesco in the Office of Constituent Relations and later served as a legislative aide to a New Jersey State Senator. Previously, Tom served as counsel to a large real estate brokerage firm. Tom received a BA in Political Science from the College of New Jersey and a JD from Seton Hall.
To learn more about the programs mentioned on the show, to go www.psbr.org, www.njabr.org and www.sparcscience.com (PSBR’s education program.)
If you are planning to attend the National American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) this November, 2020, look for our session now published in the preliminary program for a panel discussion organized by Legal Drugs Agency, LLC (LDA) titled, “Podcasting to the Public and the Art of Storytelling” where panelists including Angela Stoyanovitch and Tom Leach will discuss the ins-and-outs of podcasting as a digital platform for laboratory animal science professionals for public insight. Sponsors of this discussion include Legal Drugs Agency, LLC. Additional resources can be found here; https://www.aalas.org/national-meeting/general-information/meeting-program and https://issuu.com/aalasoffice/docs/2020_charlotte_preliminary_program_final.
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This episode edited and produced by Margaret Beveridge.