IBC Application Forms
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IBC Registration Document
Effective July 24, 2012 - IBC registrations must be submitted using the PDF Registration document below.
Vertebrate Animal Usage Appendix
Instructional Teaching Registration Document
Instructions: Please send the completed form to email@example.com. Additionally, please print the last page "Assurance by Instructor" and send the signed original to 203 Fairchild Hall. If you have any problems or questions regarding this process, please contact our office for assistance.
|•||For minor modifications: Submit a letter (preferably on an official letterhead) explaining the modifications in detail and to what section of the IBC protocol they apply to. Also, please state in your letter that nothing else has changed with your protocol with the exception of these minor modifications.|
|•||For major modifications: Please resubmit your original approved IBC protocol with the changes integrated into the appropriate protocol sections. It is required that the changes be denoted somehow from the original protocol text (bold face, different font or size) so that they are easily discernable from the original text.|
Containment Level Flowchart
Flow chart/information to assist assigning risk level and section of the NIH guidelines in the IBC registration document.
It is a requirement that a biosafety manual be prepared when an activity involves infectious and/or recombinant DNA materials. This biosafety manual should be prepared to assist investigators, technicians, and collaborators in routine and/or emergency operation using rDNA or infectious materials. The Biosafety Manual should also be available to safety, and emergency response personnel in case of an incident, accident, or an emergency in a specific lab area. It should be a working document, reviewed periodically, updated as necessary, and readily accessible to all personnel working in a lab or area with infectious and/or recombinant agents. A training / familiarization sheet for all personnel working in a lab or area with infectious and/or recombinant agents should be part of the Biosafety Manual. A loose-leaf binder that can easily accommodate new materials is an effective option for maintaining a laboratory Biosafety Manual. You may find it helpful to use these bullet points as section or chapter headings.