If, at any time, you need to change your protocol in any way, you must:
The IACUC recognizes that research is dynamic and creative. If you need to make changes during the course of the project, you must submit a written justification to the IACUC, which must approve the variances before you implement them.
If your protocol changes involve the use of a biohazardous agent (e.g. radioisotope or toxic chemical) you will also need approval from other university oversight committees, such as the Radiation Safety Committee or the Biosafety Committee.
You can submit amendments at any time. We review them as received.
Find facilities for Positron Emission Tomography for small animals at CTRC.
Review additional live-animal research and care policies and resources.
Many federal and institutional compliance regulations require training, both in person and/or online, often before you are allowed to begin your research.