The Laboratory Animal Research Coordinator Certification (LARCC) Program, which offers a unique opportunity to engage in the Animal Care & Use (ACU) Program through education and networking, will begin enrolling its third cohort soon.
Established in 2019, this 10-week program consists of weekly 4-hour class sessions led by leadership and experts from the ACU Program as well as other supplementary departments.
Upon Program completion, certified Laboratory Animal Research Coordinators (LARCs) are deemed “subject matter experts” and can use their knowledge to help facilitate the successful and efficient use of animals in research at the U-M.
About the 2022 Program
The 2022 LARCC Program will run from 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM every Tuesday beginning September 13 through November 15, 2022.
Space is limited, so if you are interested in participating, please contact the Quality Assurance Team at ACU-QATeam@med.umich.edu to secure your spot!