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    IMPORTANT WEBINAR: March 20: Oversight of Research Involving Wildlife


    Ellen Paul
    • Urge your IACUC chair, members, and Institutional Official to sign up for this important webinar! UPDATE 3/19: If you want to ask a question, you must submit it in advance. In case you can't listen in tomorrow...this webinar will be archived.

    The NIH Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare is offering this webinar that will address the model protocol that has been compiled by the Ornithological Council and the American Society of Mammalogists and that will also address the appropriate guidance for the oversight of research involving animals.

     

    This is the first time OLAW (which funded the most recent revision of Guidelines to the Use of Wild Birds in Research) has afforded the wildlife community this platform, which could reach thousands of IACUC chairs, members, and Institutional Officials. Please be sure to urge your institution's research oversight people to sign up, listen in, and ask questions!

     

     

    OLAW Webinar, March 20: Oversight of Research Involving Wildlife

     

    Join OLAW for a webinar, Oversight of Research Involving Wildlife, on March 20 from 1:00 to 2:00 pm ET. Wildlife Biologist Robert Sikes, PhD, presents suggestions and a sample IACUC protocol form to facilitate IACUC review of research involving wildlife.

     

    About OLAW Webinars

    The OLAW Online Seminars program is a free webinar series to help IACUCs and IOs explore their responsibilities in the oversight of PHS-funded research that involves the use of live vertebrate animals. A one-time enrollment is required to participate in the program. Find out more at http://grants.nih.gov/grants/olaw/e-seminars.htm. For past webinars, visit the archive on the Education Resources webpage.


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