On September 9, 2021 an unannounced routine full-facility inspection was performed by a veterinary medical officer from The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). No non-compliant items were identified during the inspection of Princeton University's animal care program.
Research, Integrity and Assurance (RIA) is pleased to announce the launch of the new online registration management system for the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC). eRIA-IBC was implemented in support of the research community conducting experiments using biological materials.
Princeton University issued a report of non-compliance on July 1, 2021 to the Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare of the National Institutes of Health concerning a mouse involved in a research protocol. The mouse was found dead in its cage after post-surgical complications.
Research Integrity & Assurance (RIA) is on target for a July 2021 launch of eRIA-IBC (Institutional Biosafety Committee) to the research community, joining the IACUC (Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee) & IRB (Institutional Review Board) in the electronic age.
Today's inspection (performed virtually due to COVID-19 restrictions) by a veterinary medical officer from The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) found no non-compliant items during their inspection of Princeton University's animal care program.
We are pleased to announce the successful launch of eRIA-IACUC in support of the Animal Research community!
As a reminder, here is some useful information to help during the transition:
Congratulations to Sheera Gaskin on receiving the Dr. Robert A. Roosa Regulatory Compliance Award from DVB AALAS. This award is presented annually to an individual in recognition of their efforts and achievements in the field of laboratory animal science. These individuals have made tremendous impacts on animal welfare, IACUC, and post-...
Even as about 90% of Princeton’s research labs are shuttered, care for research animals continues uninterrupted under the direction of Laura Conour, the University’s attending veterinarian and the director of Lab Animal Resources.
We are pleased to announce that the eRIA-IRB system will be upgraded on February 4, 2020. Since its rollout in 2017, we listened to your concerns about the non-intuitive, poor user experience and this upgrade is meant to improve those aspects significantly. Working with the User Experience group in OIT we developed a more...
Princeton University issued a report of non-compliance regarding a laboratory mouse to the Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare of the National Institutes of Health on July 26, 2019. The incident occurred during a weekend when an animal care technician discovered a mouse in poor health. The technician noted that the mouse had access to water but...