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  • Division Secretary

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    Phone: 404.727.7423
    Fax: 404.727.3212
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    Phone: 404.727.8395
    Fax: 404.727.8762
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    Phone: 404.727.7426
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    Phone: 404.727.7426
    Phone: 404.727.3210
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    Phone: 404.727.8991
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    Phone: 404.727.6111
  • Animal Care & Husbandry

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    Phone: 404.727.2955

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    Phone: 404.727.3248

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Postal Mailing Address

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IACUC Credentials Form

Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee of Emory University

1599 Clifton Road, 5.324

Atlanta, GA 30322

Office: 404.712.0734

Fax: 404.727.8452

Fill out a copy of this form for each individual covered in the IACUC application. This information will be kept on file and may be cited in future applications.
Protocol Number
PI Name
Date Received


Primary Department
Campus Address
Campus Phone
Campus Fax
Email Address
Home Phone
Pager/Cell Phone
**If new personnel DO NOT have an Emory ID, please indicate above (#9) what their status is. Here are some examples of personnel status: GT/GS or other student affiliated with another institution, an employee (faculty or staff) of another institution, a volunteer not otherwise affiliated with Emory, or an independent contractor. This information will enable us to appropriately complete their enrollment in the Occupational Health and Safety Program (OHS).


List all relevant training.
Institution and Location Degree Year Field of Study

List Experience Working with Animals

Description of animal species and techniques/procedures with which you have experience such as: aseptic surgery, anesthesia, euthanasia, injection, etc... AND the number of years for length of experience.
Species Technique/Procedure Number of Years Experience

Training to be Provided

If you have NO previous experience working with the animal species or procedures described in the IACUC protocol, please provide a description of animal species and technique/procedures that you will be trained to work with, as well as the name of individual(s) providing the training.
Species Technique/Procedure to be Learned Person Providing Training

Online Training

All personnel must complete the "Working with the IACUC: non-VA version" online course from the AALAS Learning Library (ALL) website. In addition, all personnel on any new application or three year renewal of an existing protocol must take protocol-specific and species-specific courses. For example: If the species to be used is hamsters, then "Introduction to Hamsters" is required. If surgery on rodents is listed on the protocol, then "Aseptic Technique for Rodent Survival Surgery" is required as well as "Pain Recognition and Alleviation in Laboratory Animals" and "Post-Procedure Care of Mice and Rats in Research". During the course of the protocol review, the IACUC may require completion of additional specific training courses prior to the approval of the protocol.
Instructions for access to the "ALL" website are available on the IACUC website:
Module No. Title Date Passed
1 Working with the IACUC (required for all)
2 Post-Procedure Care of Mice and Rats in Research
3 Pain Recognition and Alleviation in Laboratory Animals
4 Introduction of Mice.
5 Introduction of Rats.
6 Introduction to Hamsters.
7 Introduction to Gerbils.
8 Introduction to Guinea Pigs.
9 Introduction to Rabbits.
10 Introduction to Cats
11 Introduction to Dogs
12 Introduction to Swine.
13 Introduction to Nonhuman Primates.
14 Introduction to Amphibians.


Please inform EHSO of any change in personnel that will be involved in procedures requiring EHSO approval. You may access the Emory EHSO website for more information.