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  • Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee
    an Amendment Complete an Annual Review Complete a Protocol Complete a 3 Year Renewal Glossary eSirius User Manual Education Training Access on line training Animal User Training Requirements CARE Education Programs eSirius Help Sessions Animal Users Health Safety Program AUHSP Resource Documents ACUPs Animal Care and Use Procedures ABPs Animal Biosafety Procedures IACUC Policies IACUC Meeting Materials Restricted Access Reporting Incidents or Concerns Animal Incident Form Whistle Blower Policy Assurance Accreditation AAALAC Accreditation NYS Health Certificate PHS Assurance USDA Registration Quality Assurance Collaborating Units Animal Resources CARE Health and Safety EH S Biosafety Committee IBC Controlled Substances Library Searches Regulations Guidance Cornell Policy 1 4 IACUC Policies Animal Regulations PHS Policy US Government Principles The Guide The Ag Guide Archived News The use of animals in research teaching and testing is subject to Cornell Policy 1 4 No animals can be used for teaching testing or research unless their use is explicitly approved in writing by the Cornell IACUC Cornell s animal use program is managed in accordance with all applicable federal state and local regulations Access eSirius USDA AAALAC Census Contact the IACUC Office Contact a CARE Veterinarian Get help with writing your protocol or amendment Comments to NIH

    Original URL path: https://www.iacuc.cornell.edu/ (2015-09-30)
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  • Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee - Policy & Standard Operating Procedures
    IACUC Whistleblower Policy 110 Managing Reported Concerns Related to the Use of Animals in Research and Teaching Education Training 200 Education and Training for the Humane Care and Use of Animals in Research Training and Testing Protocol Related 300 Review and Approval of Applications protocols amendments annual reviews submitted to the IACUC 310 Process for Review and Approval of Protocols with Biohazardous Materials 320 Guidelines for Assigning Animals into USDA

    Original URL path: https://www.iacuc.cornell.edu/policy/ (2015-09-30)
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  • Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee - Application Deadline & Schedule
    about two three business days to respond The amendments are discussed at a DMR meeting and decisions are made Decisions range from approval modifications required for approval or send the amendment for Full Committee Review All decisions have to be made by unaimous vote If the DMR committee fails to reach a unaimous vote on an amendment it will be send to Full Committee Review The IACUC Administrator will communicate the committee decisions on the amendments via eSirius The deliberations of the DMR are recorded in the form of minutes and made available to the IACUC The timelines for review of the IACUC reviewers and for response by the PI are considerably shorter to allow for the quick turnaround of two weeks In order to take advantage of this shortened timeline we urge PIs to respond to the reviewer comments by the specified deadlines Amendments will be eligible for review at the DMR meeting once the PI has responded to the reviewer comments in eSirius There is no change to the process for Administrative Admendments personnel room changes or for protocol reviews IACUC Designated Member Review Schedule for Amendments Submission Deadline Reviews Completed and Comments sent to PI Revisions Made by PI and Distributed to Reviewers IACUC DMR Meeting December 24 2014 January 8 2015 January 13 2015 January 15 2015 January 15 2015 January 22 2015 January 27 2015 January 29 2015 January 29 2015 February 5 2015 February 10 2015 February 12 2015 February 12 2015 February 19 2015 February 24 2015 February 26 2015 February 26 2015 March 5 2015 March 10 2015 March 12 2015 March 12 2015 March 19 2015 March 24 2015 March 26 2015 March 26 2015 April 2 2015 April 7 2015 April 9 2015 April 9 2015 April 16 2015 April

    Original URL path: https://www.iacuc.cornell.edu/requirements/dmr-deadlines.htm (2015-09-30)
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  • Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee - Application Deadline & Schedule
    of three weeks is required to review protocols after submission Protocols should be submitted two to three months prior to the anticipated initiation date for the research to allow enough time for the review and approval process The document below is a timeline for review of most protocols and amendments submitted to the IACUC Please note that while the timeline is usually followed holidays system contraints and other unexpected events may impact review and response deadlines IACUC Review Timeline Submission Deadline Pre Reviews Completed PI Revisions Due IACUC Meeting December 18 2014 January 8 2015 January 15 2015 January 22 2015 January 15 2015 January 29 2015 February 5 2015 February 19 2015 February 19 2015 March 5 2015 March 12 2015 March 19 2015 March 19 2015 April 2 2015 April 9 2015 April 16 2015 April 16 2015 April 30 2015 May 7 2015 May 21 2015 May 21 2015 June 4 2015 June 11 2015 June 25 2015 June 18 2015 July 2 2015 July 9 2015 July 17 2015 July 16 2015 July 23 2015 August 6 2015 August 20 2015 August 20 2015 September 3 2015 September 10 2015 September 17 2015 September 17 2015

    Original URL path: https://www.iacuc.cornell.edu/requirements/deadlines.htm (2015-09-30)
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  • Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee - Application Deadline & Schedule
    AUHSP and other IACUC related topics You are invited to take advantage of these opportunities to get hands on specific assistance for your protocol and amendments Doing so will most likely reduce the amount of rework on everyone s part and the overall cycle time for approval for submissions and increase the comfort level for you and your research staff with eSirius in managing the continuum of approval on your animal use protocols It will also help the IACUC staff better understand the nature of the issues that researchers experience when working with eSirius for their protocols amendments and allow the IACUC to develop better mitigation solutions and strategies All workshop locations have wireless Internet connections Researchers should bring their own laptop Workshop schedule Date Time Location 2015 Thursday January 8 10am Noon D2 012 Old Diagnostic Lab at the VMC Tuesday January 27 3 5pm D2 012 Old Diagnostic Lab at the VMC Thursday February 12 10am Noon D2 012 Old Diagnostic Lab at the VMC Tuesday February 24 3 5pm D2 012 Old Diagnostic Lab at the VMC Thursday March 12 10am Noon D2 012 Old Diagnostic Lab at the VMC Tuesday March 24 3 5pm D2 012 Old Diagnostic Lab at the VMC Thursday April 9 10am Noon D2 012 Old Diagnostic Lab at the VMC Tuesday April 21 3 5pm D2 012 Old Diagnostic Lab at the VMC Thursday May 14 10am Noon D2 012 Old Diagnostic Lab at the VMC Tuesday May 26 3 5pm D2 012 Old Diagnostic Lab at the VMC Thursday June 11 10am Noon D2 012 Old Diagnostic Lab at the VMC Tuesday June 23 3 5pm D2 012 Old Diagnostic Lab at the VMC Thursday July 9 10am Noon D2 012 Old Diagnostic Lab at the VMC Thursday August 13

    Original URL path: https://www.iacuc.cornell.edu/esirius/workshops.htm (2015-09-30)
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  • Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee - Membership & Responsibilities
    resulting from public complaints and from reports of non compliance received from facility personnel or employees Make recommendations to the Institutional Official regarding any aspect of the research facility s animal program facilities or personnel training Review and approve require modifications in to secure approval or withhold approval of those components of proposed activities related to the care and use of animals Review and approve require modifications in to secure approval or withhold approval of proposed significant changes regarding care and use of animals in ongoing activities Suspend activity involving animals when necessary take corrective action and report to funding agencies and USDA IACUC Composition The IACUC is appointed by the President of the University and is qualified through the experience and expertise of its members to oversee the University s animal program facilities and procedures in accordance with the applicable regulations Federal regulations require that the membership of the IACUC include at a minimum a veterinarian a scientist experienced in research involving animals a member whose principal expertise is in a nonscientific field of study and an individual not affiliated with Cornell Because Cornell is a large institution membership beyond the minimum required by regulation is drawn from faculty and staff of the colleges and divisions of the University to provide ample representation of investigators to reflect the diversity of the institution s research portfolio and to accommodate the workload associated with reviewing a large number of protocols and conducting facility inspections Voting members who are members of the Cornell faculty are appointed by the President in consultation with the Faculty Senate and the Institutional Official Ordinarily the membership of IACUC at Cornell includes at least the following members One faculty member College of Agriculture and Life Sciences One faculty member College of Veterinary Medicine One faculty member College

    Original URL path: https://www.iacuc.cornell.edu/responsibilities/ (2015-09-30)
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  • Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee - Investigator Responsibility
    your department administrator about the procedure for ordering animals What do they need how much in advance If you have a particular vendor in mind there may be procurement procedures that might take time How long does it take to get the animals Where will you keep them once they are here You may need to plan the timing with your IAUCC approval and facility readiness so that the animals can be used when you need to rather than waiting for the administrative and compliance procedures to be completed Plan your application submission around the IACUC schedule to ensure that you can start your work when you need to Plan for at least 6 8 weeks for the approval of your animal protocol If you are also planning to use biohazardous materials or controlled substances it may take longer Check out IACUC policies Animal Care and Use Procedures ACUPs and Animal Biosafety Procedures ABPs to make sure that you understand any special requirements for your work If you have any questions about any of these consult with the responsible offices to get clarification If you are collaborating with an external organization in your animal work call the IACUC office for help Do you have or plan to apply for external funding for your animal work If so you must ensure that the animal procedures proposed in the funding proposal are approved by the IACUC The IACUC requires a combination of online and hands on training before personnel can start working with live animals It might save you and your personnel time if some of the training requirements were completed early on Consult with CARE or the IACUC staff for the likely training requirements for your protocol and plan to get these completed on time Submit an animal protocol Check if you are eligible to be a PI on an animal protocol Due to the regulatory nature of the work and the institutional compliance requirements not everyone can be a PI IACUC protocols are managed in an online protocol management system called e Sirius To request access to eSirius contact the IACUC Office Attend a workshop or consult with IACUC staff Even if you think that you don t need any assistance with the online application we strongly recommend that you consult with the IACUC team before starting your protocol This consultation could save you time and frustration down the road Start and submit a protocol Submit protocol revisions back on time keeping in mind the tight review schedule Typically you will have less than a week to respond to reviewers comments All personnel working with animals are required to complete the Occupational Health and Safety requirements outlined in Cornell s Animal Health and Safety Program AUHSP Learn about these requirements and complete them as soon as possible Your animal protocol is approved animals have arrived your animal work has started Now what It is critically important to make sure that your animal activities are exactly as outlined in your protocol

    Original URL path: https://www.iacuc.cornell.edu/requirements/things-to-consider.htm (2015-09-30)
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  • Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee - Federal Laws
    PI on a protocol For a list of eligible titles please see the Policy on PI Eligibility To start a new protocol click on Create a New Protocol on your eSirius homepage Enter the requested information on each web page as it appears and then click Save and Continue to SAVE what you have entered and continue the process You may also use the table of contents on the left side of protocol web pages to navigate within the protocol You many use the Finish Later button to save your work at any time The unfinished protocol will then appear on your eSirius homepage so that you can go back to work on it when it is convenient Contact CARE regarding animal housing and procedure locations and for advice on animal procedures and surgeries Also review relevant Animal Care and Use Procedures ACUPS for guidance After you have entered all the protocol information and successfully completed the Error Verification process in eSirius when you click on the Submit to the IACUC Office button on the Submit Protocol Page in eSirius the protocol is submitted for IACUC Review You can add and edit protocol information anytime before it is submitted The

    Original URL path: https://www.iacuc.cornell.edu/requirements/about-the-process.htm (2015-09-30)
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