Animal Care and Use
Researchers and/or teaching faculty who are planning projects involving the use of any animal should contact Cynthia Tralmer, IACUC Coordinator, at 972-883-4597 in the early stages of planning. Required forms for animal utilization are available at the Office of Research Integrity and Outreach. Day-to-day supervision and monitoring of all animal related activities on The University of Texas at Dallas campus are the responsibility of the Research Integrity and Outreach Office. These requirements apply to both funded and non-funded research.
Human Participants Research
UT Dallas faculty, staff, students, or employees who propose to engage in any research involving the use of Human Participants must have prior review and approval of that activity by the Institutional Review Board (IRB). It is UT Dallas policy that all protocols involving the use of human participants be reviewed and approved by the IRB. The IRB is responsible for safeguarding the rights and welfare of participants who may be at risk through participation in such activities. These requirements apply to both funded and non-funded research regardless of whether the research is performed at UT Dallas or other locations and regardless of whether another IRB has reviewed the protocol.
Information about the review process, required forms, agenda deadlines, and meeting dates are available from the Office of Research Integrity and Outreach or by contacting Amanda Boone, Associate Director, x4575.
Projects involving the use of recombinant DNA molecules require initial and subsequent annual review by the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC). These requirements apply to both funded and non-funded research.
Required forms and certifications provided by Joan Wickersheim at 972-883-7238.
Radiation and Select Agents
Radiation/Radioisotopes, Select Agents, and Controlled Substances: Researchers who are planning projects involving radiation/radioisotopes, select agents, and/or controlled substances should fill out the required forms and certifications provided by Joan Wickersheim at 972-883-7238.
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