Institutional Animal Care and Use (IACUC)

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The Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee (IACUC) is a standing committee at Georgia State, whose composition and responsibilities are mandated by the Animal Welfare Act (Public Law 98-198).

All research at Georgia State that involves animal subjects must be reviewed and approved in accordance with federal law and university policy. Georgia State’s Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) is charged with overseeing compliance with these federal regulations.

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Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee Files

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File Title File URL Description Department Type
IACUC Policies and Procedures Manual gsu.edu

This manual reviews the IACUC mandate of ensuring that all animals in experimental research are used appropriately and treated with the highest standards of humane care.

IACUC Manual
Animal Enrichment Plan gsu.edu

DAR guidelines for providing enrichment programs to maintain physiological and psychological well being for laboratory animals.

IACUC Guidelines
Animal Transportation Policy gsu.edu

Policy explains how IACUC allows animals to be transported between facilities and the handling of cages.

IACUC Policy/Procedure
Aseptic Technique for Animal Surgery gsu.edu

This documents explains the expected aseptic techniques for animal surgeries.

IACUC Reference
Carbon Dioxide Euthanasia Policy gsu.edu

Policy explains the accepted use of carbon dioxide as a means of euthanasia.

IACUC Policy/Procedure
Expired Drug Policy gsu.edu

This documents explains the circumstances under which expired drugs and materials may or may not be used.

IACUC Policy/Procedure
GSU IACUC Collaboration Form gsu.edu

This form is required when a GSU investigator is involved in collaborative research that will be completed at another institution.

IACUC Form
IACUC Cancellation or Continuation Form.doc gsu.edu

This form is required to request a continuation or cancellation of an animal protocol.

IACUC Form
Personnel Amendment Form gsu.edu

This document is required to add investigators or remove any personnel no longer working on the protocol.

IACUC Form
GSU IACUC Policy on Mouse Tumor Burden gsu.edu

Explains guidelines to evaluate the health and welfare of mice used with experimentally-induced solid tumors.

IACUC Policy/Procedure
IACUC Protocol Amendment gsu.edu

This document is required to amend an approved IACUC protocol.

IACUC Form
GSU IACUC Protocol for Animal Care and Use Application gsu.edu

Policies and procedures are outlined in the official application document for investigators who will use animals in research.

IACUC Form
IACUC SOP on Social Housing of Social Species gsu.edu

Explanation of GSU's policy on the social housing of social species.

IACUC Policy/Procedure
How to Enroll in and Use the AALAS Learning Library gsu.edu

Provides instructions on how to enroll in the American Association of Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) Learning Library.

IACUC Reference
IACUC Approved Animal Housing Areas gsu.edu

This is a list of the approved animal housing areas available to GSU investigators.

IACUC Reference
IACUC Frequently Asked Questions gsu.edu

This document provides a summary of IACUC protocols, meetings and forms in a question and answer format.

IACUC Reference
Major Minor Surgery Description Guide gsu.edu

Defines what constitutes major surgery and minor surgery on laboratory animals.

IACUC Reference
Non-Surgical Procedures Description and Guidance gsu.edu

Step-by-step instructions on non-surgical procedures such as blood collection, injections, gavage and lavage.

IACUC Reference
Polyclonal Antibody Production Service Request Form gsu.edu

This form is the application and justification for the request for the production of polyclonal antibodies.

IACUC Form
Required Education Document gsu.edu

Training programs for protocols involving species- and procedure-specific research must be completed by all investigators.

IACUC Reference
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