Supports the research enterprise through submission, negotiation, and administration of externally sponsored programs and confirms compliance with institutional and sponsor regulations.
Initiating a New Animal Use Protocol
Protocol Review Process
Timetable for Protocol Approval
Protocol Instructions and Procedures
Amendments to a Protocol
IACUC Online Protocols Portal
Animal Care Policies
Animal Care Standards and Procedures
Forms, Checklists, & Templates
Compliance and Safety FAQs
Animal Ordering and Billing
Candidates are sought for a Postdoctoral Research Associate position in the Training Program in Laboratory Animal Medicine. The Postdoctoral Research Associate will participate in a three-year, ACLAM-approved Training Program in Laboratory Animal Medicine. This program entails clinical, regulatory, and didactic training along with clinical responsibilities and teaching participation.
The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign provides high-quality care and promotes the health and well-being of animals used in research and teaching while ensuring the training and safety of our faculty, staff, and students. The following campus units share the responsibility for the care and welfare of animals used in research and teaching:
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The Division of Animal Resources is responsible for ensuring high-quality animal care and for providing training in and consultation on the humane use of laboratory animals in research and education in compliance with federal regulations and campus policies.
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The Agricultural Animal Care and Use Program at Illinois was established in July 2004 and is accredited by the Association for the Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care, International.
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Many risks are associated with exposure to research and teaching animals: allergic reactions, scratches, bites, and zoonoses. The Animal Care and Use Occupational Health and Safety program identifies risks, implements safety controls, and provides training to ensure a safe and healthy work environment for personnel having direct or indirect contact with research and teaching animals.
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