About IACUC 101 Plus June 14-15, 2023

Please note: Registration for this course ends Sunday, June 11, 11:00pm Eastern Time


Please join us for our next nationwide virtual IACUC 101 Plus program.

IACUC 101™: “Plus” virtual program is 2 half days of didactic and interactive educational opportunities for both new and seasoned IACUC members, IACUC affiliates, and others who contribute to their institution’s animal care and use program. The "Plus" portion of our program includes an additional Wildlife module and updates from USDA, OLAW, and AAALAC. This program is spread out over 2 days via Zoom. Didactic sessions address institutional responsibilities, IACUC charges, relevant informational resources, animal welfare laws, regulations and policies, and best practices. Students also are challenged to consider, deliberate, and develop action plans for a variety of potential IACUC scenarios. The course includes Q&A sessions with representatives from USDA and OLAW. This course will not be recorded so take good notes on the presentation pdfs and course materials that will be provided to you the 2 days before the course.

A Zoom link will be provided in the receipt confirmation, which only is sent to the payee, who may or may not be the registrant/participant. Please follow important information below the agenda:

IACUC 101 Plus Program




June 14:

12:00: Welcome and Introductions: Monte Matthews
12:10: Historical and Current Perspectives: Monte Matthews

12:45:  Q&A
12:50:   IACUC Functions: Molly Greene
1:35:    Q&A

1:40:    Break 

1:50:    Semiannual program review: John Bradfield

2:30:    Q&A

2:35:    Semiannual Inspections: Mildred Randolph
3:10:    Q&A 

3:15     Break
3:25     USDA/OLAW/AAALAC Updates

4:10     Q&A
4:15:    Scenario Deliberations

4:50:    Final Q&A
5:00:    End
June 15:

12:00: Q&A with Panel and Faculty: 

12:10: Personnel Qualifications and Training: William Singleton

12:40:  Q&A

12:45: Protocol Review Part 1: Ernie Prentice

1:15:    Break

1:25:    Protocol Review Part 2: Ernie Prentice

1:55:    Q&A
2:00:    Occupational Health and Safety: Mildred Randolph

2:25:    Q&A

2:30:    Break

2:40:    Wildlife Issues: John Bryan

3:15:    Q&A
3:20:    Scenario Deliberations

4:00:    Final Q&A

4:15:    End


 Important points to remember:

  • When registering through the website, either for yourself or for others, please double and triple-check to make sure all the names and registrants’ email addresses are correct. Otherwise you will not receive updates, the zoom link, and course materials.
  • A Zoom link will be provided with the registration receipt upon payment.  If you are paying for more than one person, the receipt will only go to the individual who is making the payment. Hence, you will need to share the zoom link with all the participants you paid for.
  • Each participant is then required to register with Zoom. This should be done as soon as possible.
  • A link to course materials will be sent the day before the course to those who are registered on Zoom.

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