Are science laboratories truly inclusive if not accessible to service-dog handlers?

Are science laboratories truly inclusive if not accessible to service-dog handlers?

Are science laboratories truly inclusive if not accessible to service-dog handlers?

According to a new commentary in Disability and Health Journal, people with disabilities who rely on service dogs often are prohibited from bringing their working dogs into teaching and research laboratories. This one barrier can stop them from pursuing careers in science, says Joey Ramp, a researcher in the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology and lead author of the commentary. Ramp spoke about the issue with News Bureau life sciences editor Diana Yates.
Are science laboratories truly inclusive if not accessible to service-dog handlers?