IACUCorner

Welcome to ILAR’s IACUCorner!

Are you a member of an institutional animal care and use committee?
Are you a PI preparing a protocol for IACUC review?
 
* This page is a resource for you! *

Each issue of the ILAR Journal features an article devoted to topic-specific aspects of research of particular interest to IACUC members and staff. The articles address concerns such as humane endpoints, animal model selection, care and housing, pain management, regulatory requirements and resources, and monitoring and record keeping, all in the context of the focus of each issue. Topics recently covered are listed below with links to the relevant IACUC article.

 

Issues Related to Institutional Animal Care and Use Committees and Clinical Trials Using Privately Owned Animals

 

Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee Considerations for Animal Models of Peripheral Neuropathy

 

IACUC Review of Nonhuman Primate Research

 

Full issue: Ethical and IACUC Considerations for Field Biology Studies

 

Animal Models in Epigenetic Research: Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee Considerations across the Lifespan

 

Zebrafish Housing, Husbandry, Health, and Care: IACUC Considerations

 

IACUC Considerations Specific to the Use of Animal Models in Studies on the Neurobiology of Addictive Behaviors

 

IACUC Perspective on Drug Addiction Research

 

IACUC Challenges in Invertebrate Research

 

IACUC Issues Related to Animal Models of Aging

 

An IACUC Perspective on Songbirds and Their Use in Neurobiological Research

 

Animal Studies and One Health: IACUC Considerations

 

IACUC Considerations: You Have a Disaster Plan But Are You Really Prepared?

 

Practical Considerations in Regenerative Medicine Research: IACUCs, Ethics, and the Use of Animals in Stem Cell Studies

 

Testing the Waters: IACUC Issues Associated with Fish

 

An IACUC Perspective on Animal Models of Sleep-Disordered Breathing

 

Large Animal Models of Genetic Disease: Pertinent IACUC Issues

 

Behavioral Studies and the IACUC: Challenges and Opportunities