Animal Worker Web-Based Training
Initial training and occupational health review required for eligibility to participate in Princeton University’s animal research protections program.
AALAS Learning Library (ALL) and CITI Training
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(See Links CITI Enrollment Below)
Training for investigators, technicians, veterinarians, managers, IACUC members, and others working with animals in a research or education setting. The courses emphasize the appropriate handling, care, and use of animals and are designed to improve your knowledge in technical areas, to meet training mandates of regulatory agencies, and to help you study for AALAS certification. There are dozens of courses, including those on species-specific procedures and techniques, regulatory compliance, occupational health and safety, anesthesia and analgesia, and bioethics. This resource is offered at no cost to all faculty, students, and staff involved in animal research protections.
AALAS Learning Library Training Requirements
All personnel must take the "Princeton University -- All Personnel" track which contains, "Working with the IACUC".
Based on the work being performed and the species being used, personnel are also required to take the following:
|If you work with:||Then take this training:|
Princeton University Mouse Users
Introduction to Mice
Princeton University Rat Users
Working with the Laboratory Rat
Princeton University Non-Human Primate
Introduction to Nonhuman Primates
Health Risks and Safety Procedures for Working with Nonhuman
Video: Working Safely with Nonhuman Primates
Princeton University Amphibian Users
Introduction to Amphibians
Princeton University Xenopus Users
Working with Laboratory Xenopus
Princeton University Fish Users
Working with Laboratory Zebrafish
Princeton University Bird Users
ALAT 29: Birds
Princeton University Guinea Pig Users
Introduction to Guinea Pigs
Working with Reptiles in a Research Setting
Princeton University Rodent Colony Management
Mouse Breeding Colony Management
Princeton University Rodent Surgery
Pain Management in Laboratory Animals
Inhalation Anesthesia Systems for Rodents
Aseptic Technique for Rodent Survival Surgery
|Sugar Gliders||Princeton University Sugar Glider Users
Princeton University Wildlife Research
Introduction to Wildlife
Princeton University IACUC Members
Essentials for IACUC Members