Please welcome Lisa Crane, who joined RIA on July 8th to fulfill the position of Administrative Services Manager (ASM). In this capacity, Lisa will interact with research departments across campus to fulfill the mission of RIA to support research involving humans, animals, and biohazardous agents. Lisa will also help manage the annual...
A recent inspection performed by a veterinary medical officer from The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) found no non-compliant items during a routine unannounced inspection of Princeton University's animal care program on April 17, 2019.
BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH AWARENESS DAY
WHAT: A day to pledge your support for the humane involvement of animals in research:
Attend keynote lecture by Paula Clifford, Executive Director for Americans for Medical Progress
Visit our booth for information, activities, games, and...
Starting March 4, 2019, Dr. Grace Barnett joined LAR as staff veterinarian. In this role, Dr. Barnett provides clinical veterinary care to laboratory animals housed at Princeton University. She also consults with research faculty and staff on animal use protocols and model development. In addition, Dr.
After several delays, the new regulations that govern human subjects research will go into effect on January 21, 2019. The following are the elements of the Final Rule that will most affect the Princeton research community:
The Office of Research Integrity and Assurance is pleased to announce that Susan Kiesling will join the Institutional Review Board team as Compliance Administrator starting January 7th.
Princeton University reported an incident of non-compliance pertaining to animal welfare on Oct. 1 to the Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare of the National Institutes of Health, in accordance with federal law. The incident involved the death of a mouse after a treatment plan was not followed due to staffing changes.
Laboratory Animal Resources (LAR) welcomes Dr. Jamus MacGuire as Assistant Director of Veterinary Services. In this role, Jamus oversees daily operations of the Veterinary Services team and manages all aspects of veterinary care for Princeton’s research animals, including non-human primate health surveillance and preventative medicine.
The Office of Research Integrity and Assurance is pleased to announce that Sandy Baker has accepted the position of Post-Approval Monitor for IACUC, IRB, and IBC. Sandy has a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Saint Joseph’s University and a Master’s Degree in Laboratory Animal Science from Drexel University.