About Janet Wolforth, Owner of SNS and Inventor
Janet has been working in medical research, training personnel and providing technical support since 1996.
She invented the Induction Chamber Evacuator (ICevac) in 2009, when performing surgery on rodents became a prime responsibility of her job. Her career with animals began in in 1980, where she worked as a horse farm manager. She then went on to own and operate a horse boarding and training facility, named “Equine Charm School.”
This photo was taken from Ann Arbor News article published December, 2005, Making Them at Ease Aids Research
Other Recognition Includes:
2000 American Association for Laboratory Animal Science; Michigan Branch
Outstanding laboratory Animal Technologist
Awarded annually to a branch member who is AALAS certified at the Laboratory Animal Technologist Level (LATG), in recognition of accomplishment and contribution to the promotion of laboratory animal care, AALAS, and to other care professionals.
2008 Dean’s Awards Program for Staff; University of Michigan
Support Staff of the Year
The top award of $1,500 is conferred upon the support staff member who demonstrates excellence in their work, contribute to a positive work environment and is mindful of his/her service to the mission of the Medical School. Recipients are strong team contributors, who uphold University of Michigan's values of respect, compassion, trust, integrity, and efficiency.
2010 American Association for Laboratory Animal Science; Michigan Branch
Robert A Watkins Award
Awarded annually to branch member. Its purpose is to promote the sharing of skills and knowledge with fellow colleagues.
For more information about Janet, her research, or her revolutionary induction chamber, contact Safe Niche Systems today!