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Dr Maryam Mehrnezhad
Dr Matthew Leach
Are Our Animals Leaking Information About Us? Security and Privacy Evaluation of Animal-related Apps2022
Dr Jasmine Clarkson
Dr Matthew Leach
Determining candidate hypobaric hypoxia profiles for humane killing of laboratory mice2022
Dr Amy Miller
Dr Jasmine Clarkson
Emma Geijer Simpson
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Dr Matthew Leach
et al.
Evaluating pain and analgesia effectiveness following routine castration in rabbits using behaviour and facial expressions2022
Dr Matthew Leach
Harmonisation of welfare indicators for macaques and marmosets used or bred for research2022
Dr Matthew Leach
Happiness, welfare, and personality in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)2021
Dr Matthew Leach
Does Thirty-Minute Standardised Training Improve the Inter-Observer Reliability of the Horse Grimace Scale (HGS)? A Case Study2020
Dr Jonathan Guy
Dr Matthew Leach
Influence of the Competition Context on Arousal in Agility Dogs2020
Dr Jasmine Clarkson
Dr Matthew Leach
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Professor Candy Rowe
Negative mood affects the expression of negative but not positive emotions in mice.2020
Dr Matthew Leach
Postoperative pain behaviours in rabbits following orthopaedic surgery and effect of observer presence2020
Dr Matthew Leach
The identification of effective welfare indicators for laboratory‐housed macaques using a Delphi consultation process2020
Dr Amy Miller
Dr Matthew Leach
Conceptual and methodological issues relating to pain assessment in mammals: The development and utilisation of pain facial expression scales.2019
Dr Matthew Leach
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Dr Claire Witham
Opportunities for Refinement in Neuroscience: Indicators of Wellness and Post-operative Pain in Laboratory Macaques12019
Ivone Campos Luna
Dr Amy Miller
Dr Andrew Beard
Dr Matthew Leach
Validation of mouse welfare indicators: a Delphi consultation survey2019
Dr Matthew Leach
Can grimace scales estimate the pain status in horses and mice? A statistical approach to identify a classifier2018
Dr Matthew Leach
Corrigendum to “Happiness is positive welfare in brown capuchins (Sapajus apella)” [Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci. 181 (2016) 145–151]2018
Dr Jasmine Clarkson
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Dr Matthew Leach
Professor Candy Rowe
Handling method alters the hedonic value of reward in laboratory mice2018
Dr Matthew Leach
Rhesus macaque personality, dominance, behavior, and health2018
Dr Pierpaolo Di Giminiani
Emerita Professor Sandra Edwards
Emma Malcolm
Dr Matthew Leach
Characterization of short- and long-term mechanical sensitisation following surgical tail amputation in pigs2017
Dr Matthew Leach
Chimpanzees with positive welfare are happier, extraverted, and emotionally stable2017
Dr Matthew Leach
Development of a Piglet Grimace Scale to Evaluate Piglet Pain Using Facial Expressions Following Castration and Tail Docking: A Pilot Study2017
Dr Pierpaolo Di Giminiani
Abozar Nasirahmadi
Emma Malcolm
Dr Matthew Leach
Emerita Professor Sandra Edwards
et al.
Docking piglet tails: How much does it hurt and for how long?2017
Dr Matthew Leach
Facial expression: An under-utilised tool for the assessment of welfare in mammals2017
Dr Matthew Leach
How do we assess pain in rodents in veterinary practice, what do we know and why it is important?2017
Dr Matthew Leach
Response to: Responses of larval zebrafish to low pH immersion assay. Comment on Lopez-Luna et al.2017
Dr Matthew Leach
The composition and initial evaluation of a grimace scale in ferrets after surgical implantation of a telemetry probe2017
Dr Matthew Leach
Anthropomorphic denial of fish pain2016
Dr Pierpaolo Di Giminiani
Emma Malcolm
Dr Matthew Leach
Emerita Professor Sandra Edwards
Application of a handheld Pressure Application Measurement device for the characterisation of mechanical nociceptive thresholds in intact pig tails2016
Dr Matthew Leach
Coding and quantification of a facial expression for pain in lambs2016
Dr Matthew Leach
Corrigendum to Development of a facial expression scale using footrot and mastitis as models of pain in sheep (vol 176, pg 19, 2016)2016
Dr Matthew Leach
Dr Carmen McLeod
Developing a Collaborative Agenda for Humanities and Social Scientific Research on Laboratory Animal Science and Welfare2016
Dr Matthew Leach
Development of a facial expression scale using footrot and mastitis as models of pain in sheep2016
Dr Matthew Leach
Effects of acute chemotherapy-induced mucositis on spontaneous behaviour and the grimace scale in laboratory rats2016
Yvette Ellen
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Dr Matthew Leach
Evaluation of Using Behavioural Changes to Assess Post-Operative Pain in the Guinea Pig (Cavia porcellus)2016
Dr Matthew Leach
Happiness is positive welfare in brown capuchins (Sapajus apella)2016
Dr Pierpaolo Di Giminiani
Emma Malcolm
Dr Matthew Leach
Emerita Professor Sandra Edwards
Temporal changes in mechanical nociceptive thresholds in juvenile pigs subjected to surgical tail amputation: a model of injury induced by tail biting2016
Dr Pierpaolo Di Giminiani
Dr Annalisa Scollo
Emma Malcolm
Emerita Professor Sandra Edwards
Dr Matthew Leach
et al.
The Assessment of Facial Expressions in Piglets Undergoing Tail Docking and Castration: Toward the Development of the Piglet Grimace Scale2016
Dr Amy Miller
Dr Matthew Leach
The effect of handling method on the mouse grimace scale in two strains of laboratory mice2016
Dr Amy Miller
Dr Huw Golledge
Dr Matthew Leach
The influence of isoflurane anaesthesia on the rat grimace scale2016
Dr Matthew Leach
Using the Horse Grimace Scale (HGS) to Assess Pain Associated with Acute Laminitis in Horses (Equus caballus)2016
Dr Amy Miller
Ben Skalkoyannis
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Dr Matthew Leach
Using the mouse grimace scale and behaviour to assess pain in CBA mice following vasectomy2016
Dr Pierpaolo Di Giminiani
Emma Malcolm
Dr Matthew Leach
Emerita Professor Sandra Edwards
Assessment of immediate and long-term changes in pain sensitivity following tail-docking in pigs2015
Dr Amy Miller
Ben Skalkoyannis
Dr Matthew Leach
The effect of isoflurane anaesthesia and buprenorphine on the mouse grimace scale and behaviour in CBA and DBA/2 mice2015
Dr Amy Miller
Dr Matthew Leach
The Mouse Grimace Scale: A Clinically Useful Tool?2015
Dr Amy Miller
Dr Matthew Leach
Using the Mouse Grimace Scale to assess pain associated with routine ear notching and the effect of analgesia in laboratory mice2015
Dr Matthew Leach
Defining and assessing animal pain2014
Dr Matthew Leach
Development of the Horse Grimace Scale (HGS) as a Pain Assessment Tool in Horses Undergoing Routine Castration2014
Dr Matthew Leach
Report of an RSPCA/AHVLA meeting on the welfare of agricultural animals in research: Cattle, goats, pigs and sheep2014
Graciela Rocha
Dr Johnny Roughan
Dr Matthew Leach
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Professor Colin Ingram
et al.
Antinociceptive Activities of Hyptis crenata Pohl2013
Dr Aurelie Thomas
Dr Matthew Leach
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
An alternative method of endotracheal intubation of common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus).2012
Dr Matthew Leach
Kristel Klaus
Dr Amy Miller
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Are we looking in the right place? - Implications for assessing pain2012
Dr Stephanie Keating
Dr Aurelie Thomas
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Dr Matthew Leach
Evaluation of EMLA Cream for Preventing Pain during Tattooing of Rabbits: Changes in Physiological, Behavioural and Facial Expression Responses2012
Veronique Brieuc
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Dr Amy Miller
Dr Matthew Leach
Peut-on utilliser les expressions faciales pour étudier la douleur chez les rongeurs? (Can we use facial expressions to study pain in rodents?)2012
Dr Matthew Leach
Dr Amy Miller
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
The Assessment of Post-Vasectomy Pain in Mice using Behaviour and the Mouse Grimace Scale2012
Dr Amy Miller
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Dr Matthew Leach
Dr Johnny Roughan
A comparison of a manual and an automated behavioural analysis method for assessing post-operative pain in mice2011
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Dr Matthew Leach
Professor Melissa Bateson
Affective state and quality of life in mice2011
Dr Matthew Leach
Claire Coulter
Dr Claire Richardson
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Are We Looking in the Wrong Place? Implications for Behavioural-Based Pain Assessment in Rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculi) and Beyond?2011
Dr Matthew Leach
Professor Melissa Bateson
Environmental enrichment induces optimistic cognitive bias in rats2011
Dr Matthew Leach
Potential behavioural indicators of post-operative pain in male laboratory rabbits following abdominal surgery2011
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Dr Matthew Leach
Dr Claire Richardson
Reported analgesic administration to rabbits undergoing experimental surgical procedures2011
Dr Matthew Leach
Dr Amy Miller
Dr Johnny Roughan
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
A preliminary investigation into the practicality of use and duration of action of slow-release preparations of morphine and hydromorphone in laboratory rats2010
Dr Matthew Leach
Alison Forrester
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Influence of preferred foodstuffs on the antinociceptive effects of orally administered buprenorphine in laboratory rats2010
Dr Amy Miller
Dr Matthew Leach
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Mesure de la fiabilité et de la precision des expressions facials pour évaluer la douler chez la souris2010
Dr Matthew Leach
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
The use of propofol and sevoflurane for surgical anaesthesia in New Zealand White rabbits2010
Dr Matthew Leach
Dr Claire Richardson
Dr Johnny Roughan
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Behavioural effects of ovariohysterectomy and oral administration of meloxicam in laboratory housed rabbits2009
Dr Matthew Leach
Dr Claire Richardson
Dr Johnny Roughan
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Identifying potential behavioural indicators of pain in rabbits following ovariohysterectomy - Preliminary study2009
Dr Amy Miller
Dr Matthew Leach
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Influence of early neonatal experience on nociceptive responses and analgesic effects in rats2009
Dr Amy Miller
Dr Matthew Leach
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
The analgesic effects of oral paracetamol in two strains of mice undergoing vasectomy2009
Graciela Rocha
Dr Johnny Roughan
Dr Matthew Leach
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Professor Colin Ingram
et al.
Traditional use, chemical analysis and antinociceptive effects of Hyptis crenato Pohl2009
Dr Matthew Leach
An assessment of laboratory mouse welfare in UK animal units2008
Dr Matthew Leach
Identification of appropriate measures for the assessment of laboratory mouse welfare2008
Dr Claire Richardson
Lee Niel
Dr Matthew Leach
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Evaluation of the efficacy of a novel electronic pain assessment device, the Pain Gauge®, for measuring postoperative pain in rats2007
Dr Matthew Leach
Animals, reseach, ethics and law2006
Dr Matthew Leach
Development of a welfare-benchmarking scheme for laboratory mice2006
Dr Huw Golledge
Dr Matthew Leach
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Newcastle Consensus Meeting on Carbon Dioxide Euthanasia of Laboratory Animals2006
Dr Matthew Leach
Carbon dioxide for euthanasia of laboratory animals2004
Dr Matthew Leach
How humane is induction with common agents of anaesthesia an euthanasia in laboratory rodents?2004
Dr Matthew Leach
Measurement of aversion to determine humane methods of anaesthesia and euthanasia2004
Dr Matthew Leach
Aversion to gaseous euthanasia agents in rats and mice2002
Dr Matthew Leach
Aversion to gaseous euthanasia agents in rats and mice2002
Dr Matthew Leach
Degrees of aversion shown by rats and mice to different concentrations of inhalational anaesthetics2002
Dr Matthew Leach
Jayne Kelly
Adverse effects - recognition and assessment, and humane endpoints2000
Dr Matthew Leach
The Development of a Novel Form of Mouse Cage Enrichment2000