This program combines two of our most popular courses for those working in oversight of research with animals, IACUC Fundamentals and Essentials of IACUC Administration, presented live in a convenient format for remote learning. Participants are welcome to attend one or both courses.
Course attendees will also have access to an exclusive platform on the PRIM&R Online Community for additional discussion and networking.
Each course will be presented as two 3-hour sessions during consecutive weeks, and with one supplementary intersession to provide additional opportunities for attendees and speakers to discuss, interact, and network.
Course 1: IACUC Fundamentals
This introductory-level course is for anyone looking for a solid foundation in the oversight of animal research, including the history of animal welfare regulations and oversight and accrediting bodies; the roles and responsibilities of the IACUC and staff members; training IACUC staff, IACUC members, and research staff; protocol review; post-approval; and how to work with others outside of the IACUC.
- Jennifer A. Klahn, MA, CPIA – Director, Research Safety and Animal Welfare Administration; Institutional Contact for Dual Use Research, Office of Research Administration, University of California, Los Angeles, UCLA
- Natalie L. Mays, BA, LATG, CPIA – Director, Division of IACUC and IBC Administration, Office of the IACUC and IBC, New York University Grossman School of Medicine
- Rachel A. Murray, MS, CPIA, RLATG – Senior Research Compliance Specialist, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
- Session 1: Wednesday, March 29, 1–4P M ET
- Learning Lab: Friday, March 31, 12–1 PM ET
- Session 2: Wednesday, April 5, 1–4 PM ET
This program is ideal for animal care and use program personnel who are familiar with basic IACUC functions, as well as more experienced IACUC administrators and staff. Topics covered include the key components of an IACUC program; the responsibilities of IACUC administrators; strategies for creating and maintaining a culture of compliance; and best practices to ensure that IACUC administrators and their staff provide the support necessary to develop and continually strengthen both the IACUC and the broader animal care and use program.
- Jennifer Freeling Iwamoto, DVM, CPIA – Co-Director (Interim), Review Scientist, Office of Animal Welfare, University of Washington
- Trina M. Smith, MS, BS, CPIA – Animal Care and Use Program Officer, Office of Research Compliance, Mississippi State University
- Session 1: Wednesday, April 19, 1–3 PM ET
- Learning Lab: Friday, April 21, 12–1 PM ET
- Session 2: Wednesday, April 26 1–3 PM ET
Course participants who hold the Certified Professional in IACUC Administration (CPIA®) credential may apply 4 continuing education credits towards CPIA recertification credit for each course in the IACUC Core Training. Learn More
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*Please note that this course is meant for live viewing and will not be available as a recording.