IACUC Training 101 - Sponsored by the Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare and the Applied Research Ethics National Association in conjunction with other partners.
IACUC-Forum - IACUC-Forum, a closed listserve where issues relating to laboratory animal research may be discussed privately among members of the listserve.
IACUC Handbook - April 2000, Jerald Silverman, Mark A. Suckow, Sreekant Murthy, CRC Press. $59.95
Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare (OLAW)
PRIM&R / ARENA annual meeting
Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R) and Applied Research Ethics National Association (ARENA) annual IACUC meeting.
A monthly column in Lab Animal magazine edited by Jerald Silverman. Navigate to Current Issue, then Columns.
Augusta University is committed to excellence in education and research. To achieve and maintain the highest level of expertise and knowledge in the field, continuing education is essential. The online training programs provide an interactive review of the required training and are available to all individuals who work with or use laboratory animals at Augusta University. Your completion of the modules is documented as proof of compliance.
The following Augusta University personnel must complete the required training in the care and use of animals in research and instruction if they have contact with any living vertebrate animals:
In addition, sufficiently detailed information on the experience and training of each individual involved must be included on the IACUC-approved protocol before any hands-on work may be done.
The Modules listed below must be taken before you will be approved to work with animals:
New personnel should follow the steps outlined on the eSirius and Animal Facility Access page to complete this training.