The CM-LAF looks first to the health and well-being of animals. It begins with an experienced husbandry staff handling daily needs and continues through to the veterinary staff who administer treatment and consult with investigators.
The university's CM-LAF provides veterinarians who offer many services to researchers, including protocol review, consultation and surgery.
The CM-LAF husbandry staff has a combined average of 25
years' experience, serving as an invaluable resource for anyone
doing animal research.
Please contact Public Safety–(716) 645-2222–after working hours, weekends and holidays. Leave a clear message and your phone number.
Please call 645-2025 if you have a physical plant emergency on the weekend.
UB's IACUC procedures and guidelines follow nationally established standards to ensure the university's animal research and education is ethical and compliant.