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The Care and Feeding of an IACUC : The Organization and Management of an Institutional Animal Care and UseCommittee, Second Edition

By: Petrie, Whitney Kayla.
Contributor(s): Wallace, Sonja Lea.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : CRC Press, 2015Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 1 online resource (374 p.).ISBN: 9781482201130.Subject(s): Animal Care Committees -- organization & administration -- United States | Animals, Laboratory -- United States | Ethics Committees -- organization & administration -- United States | Laboratory Animal Science -- standards -- United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Care and Feeding of an IACUC : The Organization and Management of an Institutional Animal Care and UseCommittee, Second EditionDDC classification: 179.4 | 179/.4 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Editors; Contributors; Chapter 1: Introduction to the IACUC : Its Purpose and Function; Chapter 2: Role of the IACUC, Bioethics and Scientific Review, Essential Environment for IACUC Success; Chapter 3: Institutional Policies, Guidelines, and Procedures; Chapter 4: Protocol Processing : From Submission to Approval; Chapter 5: Elements of the Protocol Form : How to Complete and Review; Chapter 6: Semiannual Program Evaluation, Facility Inspections, and Postapproval Monitoring : All Part of the Same Thing
Chapter 7: IACUC Oversight of Training and Qualification in Animal Care and UseChapter 8: Navigating the Search for Alternatives; Chapter 9: The Relationship between the IACUC and Principal Investigators; Chapter 10: Interactions with Other Institutional Panels; Chapter 11: The IACUC and Laboratory Animal Resources; Chapter 12: International IACUCs and Outside Collaborations; Chapter 13: IACUCs from an Academic Perspective; Chapter 14: IACUC Issues in Industry; Chapter 15: Perspectives of an IACUC Chair; Chapter 16: Perspectives of a Nonaffiliated/Outside Member
Chapter 17: Managing a Proactive Progressive Animal Care and Use ProgramChapter 18: Acronyms and Abbreviations; APPENDIX A; APPENDIX B; APPENDIX C; APPENDIX D; APPENDIX E; APPENDIX F; APPENDIX G; Back Cover
Summary: lntro.,history of IACUC, regulatory overview. Role of the IACUC, bioethics, composition of the IACUC. Institutional policies/guidelines. Protocol submission process, electronic protocol management systems, records management. Elements of the protocol form, how to complete/review. Semiannual program review, semiannual inspections, post-approval monitoring. Training programs, professional certifications. Alternatives searches. Pointers for Pis. Interaction with other compliance panels (IBC, Rad Safety, SCRO). Interaction with lab animal resources. International IACUCs, outside collaborations. IA
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Front Cover; Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Editors; Contributors; Chapter 1: Introduction to the IACUC : Its Purpose and Function; Chapter 2: Role of the IACUC, Bioethics and Scientific Review, Essential Environment for IACUC Success; Chapter 3: Institutional Policies, Guidelines, and Procedures; Chapter 4: Protocol Processing : From Submission to Approval; Chapter 5: Elements of the Protocol Form : How to Complete and Review; Chapter 6: Semiannual Program Evaluation, Facility Inspections, and Postapproval Monitoring : All Part of the Same Thing

Chapter 7: IACUC Oversight of Training and Qualification in Animal Care and UseChapter 8: Navigating the Search for Alternatives; Chapter 9: The Relationship between the IACUC and Principal Investigators; Chapter 10: Interactions with Other Institutional Panels; Chapter 11: The IACUC and Laboratory Animal Resources; Chapter 12: International IACUCs and Outside Collaborations; Chapter 13: IACUCs from an Academic Perspective; Chapter 14: IACUC Issues in Industry; Chapter 15: Perspectives of an IACUC Chair; Chapter 16: Perspectives of a Nonaffiliated/Outside Member

Chapter 17: Managing a Proactive Progressive Animal Care and Use ProgramChapter 18: Acronyms and Abbreviations; APPENDIX A; APPENDIX B; APPENDIX C; APPENDIX D; APPENDIX E; APPENDIX F; APPENDIX G; Back Cover

lntro.,history of IACUC, regulatory overview. Role of the IACUC, bioethics, composition of the IACUC. Institutional policies/guidelines. Protocol submission process, electronic protocol management systems, records management. Elements of the protocol form, how to complete/review. Semiannual program review, semiannual inspections, post-approval monitoring. Training programs, professional certifications. Alternatives searches. Pointers for Pis. Interaction with other compliance panels (IBC, Rad Safety, SCRO). Interaction with lab animal resources. International IACUCs, outside collaborations. IA

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<p>Whitney Petrie is an Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) specialist at the University of California, Davis, where she is responsible for protocol and amendment review, facility and laboratory inspections and the completion of various regulatory reports. She received a bachelor's degree in biochemistry, summa cum laude, from the University of New Mexico in 1994. As an undergraduate, she worked in a laboratory within the Toxicology and Pharmacology Department where she researched skin cancer. She remained at the University of New Mexico until 2008, at which time she completed her PhD in biomedical sciences concentrating on cell biology within the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology. She then moved to the University of California, Davis where as a postdoctoral fellow she researched breast cancer. Dr. Petrie also sits on various subcommittees within the IACUC. She is certified as an American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS)-registered laboratory animal technologist and a certified professional IACUC administrator.</p> <p>Sonja L. Wallace is the training specialist in the Veterinary Service Center in the Department of Comparative Medicine at Stanford University, responsible for the development and implementation of animal care and use training programs for faculty and staff. Ms. Wallace received an AAS in animal health technology from Colorado Mountain College in 1981 and a BA in biological science from California State University East Bay in 2000. Ms. Wallace worked for over 20 years in pharmaceutical research as a veterinary surgical technician, cardiovascular researcher, toxicology biologist, training and compliance specialist, and IACUC manager. She also served for 5 years as the Associate Director of the Administrative Panel on Laboratory Animal Care in Stanford's Research Compliance Office. Ms. Wallace is a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT), AALAS-registered Laboratory Animal Technologist (RLATG), and Certified Pro</p>

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