Continued excellence in animal care and use, and in research, takes continued collaboration.
Hosted by Lucy Kennedy, DVM, DACLAM, ULAM Assistant Attending Veterinarian; Erin Czarniak, BS, CPIA, LATg, Assistant Director – Quality Assurance in the Animal Care & Use Office; and Kiirsa Pokryfke, MS, CMAR, LATG, ULAM Training Core Manager, the Virtual AAALAC Chat: Tips & Tricks for Managing Your Animal Use Protocol will discuss the importance of an IACUC approved animal use protocol, review the process for receiving protocol approval, identify common mistakes to avoid when writing your protocol, and provide tips for ensuring ongoing compliance with your protocol.
Virtual AAALAC Chats are short, 30-minute sessions that provide a quick overview and resources on specific topics of interest and importance to the U-M research community.
Register for this and other AAALAC preparation events at:
**Upon submitting your RSVP, you will receive a confirmation email with login instructions for the meeting(s) you have selected. Valid Level-1 U-M login credentials will be required for each meeting.
Other Virtual AAALAC Chat Topics Include:
- Tumor Burden Monitoring in Rodents
- Management of Controlled Substances in Animal Research
- Laboratory Safety & Animal Research
- Equipment Sanitization Guidelines
- Completing Surgical Records for Mice & Rats
- Daily Care & Husbandry of Aquatics Facilities
As a reminder, AAALAC site visitors will be on campus for the University of Michigan’s re-accreditation site visit beginning Tuesday, August 25 through Friday, August 28. During this time, you should anticipate a visit to all animal housing locations on campus, as well as visits to many laboratories.
Questions about the AAALAC 2020 Site Visit should be directed to the Animal Care & Use Office at email@example.com.
If you have additional questions about preparation events, or if you would like to suggest other topics for future AAALAC Chats, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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