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Laboratory Animal Use
All laboratory animal work at the University of Maryland must be approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) . All work involving the use of infectious agents or non-human primates must also be approved by the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC).
The University has put into effect a Laboratory Animal Occupational Health Program, which is designed to protect the health of both personnel and laboratory animals. Part of this program involves the completion of a medical questionnaire: Laboratory Animal Exposure Risk Assessment Form. If you are not already a registered user, you will need to register and login to MyEHS, before accessing the form.
The University has also developed a written Animal Worker Safety Program. This document covers the safety programs that the University has in place to protect employees that work with research animals.