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Educational Programs

The objectives of the educational programs are the promotion of animal welfare through the teaching of ethics and best practices for animal experimentation, and the protection of the health and safety of individuals who care for and use research animals.

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Module 1 Training

To ensure that personnel conducting procedures on research animals are appropriately qualified and trained in those procedures required training is assigned by the IACUC and must be completed before the protocol/amendment can be approved. Module 1 training is MANDATORY for EVERY research animal user. This is in compliance with federal, state, and local regulations and guideliness.

For additional information please see IACUC SOP IACUC002 - Eductional Program for the Care and Use of Research Animals

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  • Module 1 Training and Examination

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    Module 2 Training

    The second Module in the Cornell training program is Module 2 "Animal Facility Tours". Staff and investigators will be required to complete Module 2 for each respective facility that they will be entering and working in. This training will be given by the facility manager, supervisor, or their designated trainer.

    For information on Module 2; please read the Module 2 training SOP.

    Residency Program in Laboratory Animal Medicine

    The objective of this residency program is to train graduate veterinarians for a career in laboratory animal medicine, research, and service, by providing them with the knowledge and experience necessary to achieve certification by the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine (ACLAM).

    For information visit the Residency web site.

    Summer Fellowship in Laboratory Animal Medicine

    CARE offers an ASLAP Summer Fellowship in Laboratory Animal Medicine for veterinary students.

    For more information...