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Laboratory Animal Science Professional

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Description: For the past 60 years, AALAS has delivered the information animal science professionals need to excel in their positions. As the voice of the profession, AALAS is the undisputed leader in providing tips, trends, strategies, and a full array of resources designed specifically for its more than 13,000 members. Now, AALAS delivers information in an all-new format with the March 2013 launch of Laboratory Animal Science Professional, a quarterly magazine filled with reliable, practical information, including the latest developments and strategies in laboratory animal science, such as management, professional development, occupational health and safety, facility design, technologies, and much more. While the market was rife with multiple animal science publications, none fully met the information needs of today’s animal science professionals. In research commissioned by AALAS, 9 out of 10 members supported the creation of a new, lively, inviting magazine that would address their targeted needs for case studies and examples, practical strategies for veterans and newcomers to the field, and tips, tactics, and techniques for laboratory care professionals.

Distribution: Quarterly, beginning in 2013

Circulation: All AALAS members

Audience: Animal care supervisors, managers, technicians, technologists, veterinarians, faculty, and researchers in colleges, universities, pharmaceutical companies, government and private research laboratories, veterinary and medical schools, and animal hospitals.

Bonus Promotion: AALAS publications are additionally promoted at a variety of AALAS affiliate, branch, and district meetings, as well as affiliated organizations.

Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 inches.

Binding: Perfect bound.

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Comparative Medicine

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Description: Comparative Medicine advances knowledge about comparative medicine and laboratory animal science through the publication of scholarly articles about animal models, animal biology, laboratory animal medicine, laboratory animal pathology, animal behavior, animal biotechnology and related topics. Articles include reports and reviews about basic and applied laboratory investigations, clinical investigations, and case studies, as well as informed and thoughtful opinions relevant to the humane care and use of laboratory animals. Comparative Medicine is ranked by the Science Citation Index in the upper third of all scientific journals. A winner of three national awards, it is indexed in Index Medicus.

Distribution: Bimonthly (February-December).

Circulation: All AALAS Gold members plus subscribers (approximately 3,000 total)

Audience: Veterinarians, senior scientists, faculty, and researchers in colleges, universities, pharmaceutical companies, government and private research laboratories, veterinary and medical schools, and animal hospitals.

Other Information: Initial publication date: 1951. Average pages per issue: 97. Average ads per issue: 10. (Figures based on 2011 issues.)

Bonus Promotion: AALAS publications are additionally promoted at a variety of AALAS affiliate, branch, and district meetings.

Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 inches.

Binding: Perfect bound.

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JAALAS

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Description: JAALAS includes a section of refereed articles on clinical, technical, managerial, and philosophical topics related to laboratory animal science, and a section of AALAS association news. It is indexed in Index Medicus

Distribution: Bimonthly (January-November).

Circulation: All AALAS Gold and Silver members plus subscribers (approximately 5,500 total).

Audience: Animal care supervisors, managers, technicians, technologists, veterinarians, faculty, and researchers in colleges, universities, pharmaceutical companies, government and private research laboratories, veterinary and medical schools, and animal hospitals.

Other Information: Initial publication date: 1961. Average pages per issue: 167. Average ads per issue: 19. (Figures based on 2011 issues.)

Bonus Promotion: AALAS publications are additionally promoted at a variety of AALAS affiliate, branch, and district meetings.

Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 inches.

Binding: Perfect bound.

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Description: Advertisers may choose to supply advertising inserts to be bound in AALAS' journals. (Only bound-in inserts will be accepted.) Inserts may be either two pages or four pages in length. A maximum of two inserts will be allowed in any given issue.

Note: Only 2 inserts per issue. Check space availability


National Meeting
National Meeting Preliminary Program

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Description: This publication highlights the various educational offerings and activities scheduled for AALAS' annual National Meeting. Plus, it contains the preliminary program that members use to plan their educational activities. The National Meeting Preliminary Program contains information about seminars, workshops, round table discussions, special topic lectures, poster and platform sessions. In addition, it carries all of the preregistration forms.

Distribution: Annually (June).

Circulation: All AALAS members plus past meeting attendees (14,000).

Audience: Animal care supervisors, managers, technicians, technologists, veterinarians, faculty, and researchers in colleges, universities, pharmaceutical companies, government and private research laboratories, veterinary and medical schools, and animal hospitals.

Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 inches

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National Meeting Final Program

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Description: This publication, distributed at the annual AALAS National Meeting, provides descriptions and schedules for all of the high-quality educational sessions as well as abstracts, exhibitor company descriptions, and other useful information.

Distribution: Annually (October/November).

Circulation: All National Meeting attendees (3,500-4,500).

Audience: Animal care supervisors, managers, technicians, technologists, veterinarians, faculty, and researchers in colleges, universities, pharmaceutical companies, government and private research laboratories, veterinary and medical schools, and animal hospitals.

Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 inches.

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AALAS Calendar

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Description: The AALAS calendar is distributed to AALAS National Meeting attendees every fall. In addition to highlighting AALAS activities and products, this full-color calendar lists meeting dates of importance to AALAS members.

Distribution: Annually (October/November).

Circulation: All National Meeting attendees (3,500-4,500).

Audience: Animal care supervisors, managers, technicians, technologists, veterinarians, faculty, and researchers in colleges, universities, pharmaceutical companies, government and private research laboratories, veterinary and medical schools, and animal hospitals.

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AALAS & National Meeting Web Sites

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Description: Banner ads on www.aalas.org and nationalmeeting. aalas.org offer exposure to potential clients around the clock. Ads may incorporate a hyperlink to take the viewer directly to the advertising company’s web site or an e-mail link that allows viewers to request more information with just one click! Ads are placed on select interior pages on the AALAS site; on the National Meeting site, ads appear on the home page.

Audience: All AALAS site users—animal care supervisors, managers, technicians, technologists, veterinarians, faculty, and researchers in colleges, universities, pharmaceutical companies, government and private research laboratories, veterinary and medical schools, and animal hospitals.


Guidelines for Mailing List Rental

Mailing List Request form

  1. A copy or mock-up of the item must be mailed or faxed (or e-mailed, if there is a soft copy) to AALAS for approval.
  2. Once approved, contact American Resource Systems (ARS) for necessary indicia information to be printed on the pieces for mailing. For example, ARS’ permit number is required in the indicia of items mailed first class since they will be mailed from Memphis.
  3. AALAS works exclusively with ARS for all mailing list rentals. Mailing lists cannot be submitted to your organization or mail house.
  4. If this is a mailing in advance of AALAS’ National Meeting, please note that your piece cannot contain any information regarding drawings, contests, or raffles due to AALAS’ policy for exhibitors: “No exhibitor is permitted to conduct contests, lotteries, raffles, or games of chance within the Exhibit Hall; this includes drawings to be held after the meetings. Give-aways are allowed if everyone who visits the booth receives something.”
  5. If your materials have a return address, they should be formatted in the following manner:
    “Your Organization’s Name”
    c/o AALAS
    9190 Crestwyn Hills Dr
    Memphis, TN 38125
    United States (if internationally addressed)
  6. Mailing lists are available in the following configurations:

    1. All Members - no exclusions
    2. Members Sorted by Standard Category:
      • Include Gold Members
      • Include Silver Members
      • Include Bronze Members
      • Exclude Commercial Members
      • Exclude International Members
      • Exclude Canada, Mexico Members
    3. All National Meeting Attendees - no exclusions
    4. National Meeting Attendees by Standard Category:
      • Exclude Exhibitors and Commercial Attendees
      • Exclude International Attendees
      • Exclude Canada, Mexico Attendees
    5. Special Sorting (additional $50 fee):
      • Job Title (i.e. “Directors”, “Technicians”)
      • Credentials (i.e. “DVM”, “VMD”, “PhD”)

Submit all inquiries and mailing material samples to:

Chris Lyons
Associate Executive Director
American Association for Laboratory Animal Science
9190 Crestwyn Hills Drive
Memphis, Tennessee 38125
(901) 754-8620
fax (901) 753-0046
chris.lyons@aalas.org

Mail House Contact Information:

Martha Briggs
Customer Services
American Resource Systems, Inc.
7480 Bartlett Corporate Cove West
Bartlett, Tennessee 38133
(901) 382-9595
fax (901) 382-0460
briggsmr@arsinfonet.com

If you have any other questions, contact Chris Lyons.





































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