Dr Julia Baines
Dr Julia Baines serves as science policy adviser for PETA UK. She has a PhD from the University of Liverpool with a background in animal behaviour and welfare and has lectured for many years on animal ethics, law and philosophy. Julia advises on strategies to minimise the use of animals under the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) regulatory framework, often liaising with the European Commission and the European Parliament and representing the PETA International Science Consortium Ltd as a European Chemicals Agency–accredited stakeholder organisation.
Outside of work, Julia can often be found getting muddy in the countryside with her two boys, enjoying animal-friendly days out or snuggling at home with her cats.
- PETA Has ‘New Deal’ for Boris Johnson
- What Is World Week for Animals in Laboratories – and Why Does It Matter?
- Hundreds of Scientists Learn How to Spare Animals Suffering in Painful Tests
- PETA Condemns ‘Frankenscience’ Horror Show as Monkey Is Cloned for the First Time
- 100,000 Demand That Europe Lead the Way in Animal-Free Science
- European Ombudsman Launches Inquiry About Cosmetics Testing on Animals
- UPDATE: EU Court Rules on Selling Animal-Tested Cosmetics in the EU
- Cloning Intensifies Animal Suffering
- The 2015 Lush Prize – PETA International Science Consortium Wins
- 3.8 Million Animals Suffered in UK Labs Last Year
- New Report: Flawed Experiments on Animals Are Holding Back Medical Progress