Use and Care of Laboratory Animals
Anyone performing animal research, including faculty, staff, and students are required to complete appropriate training prior to beginning the project, regardless of funding source. Note that after completion of training, the individual must be added to an active protocol approved by the Institutional Animal Care and use Committee (IACUC) prior to commencing animal research.
All individuals engaged in animal research must complete the CITI Use and Care of Laboratory Animals module before being added to an IACUC protocol and interacting with any animals. Re-certification is required every 4 years.
- Use of Laboratory Animals in Research and Education (CITI)
Animal Research: Species Specific
All individuals engaged in animal research are required to complete relevant animal modules available on the CITI website. See the IACUC training page for more information about the modules related to research on each species. Re-certification is required every 4 years.
Animal-Based Research Modules (CITI)
- Animal Species Specific modules
Animal-Specific Courses (limited modules) (CITI)
- Working with Amphibians in research setting
- Working with Guinea Pigs in research setting
- Working with Hamsters in research setting