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Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC)|Environmental Health and Safety

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The Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) is responsible for reviewing all University research and teaching activities involving the use of biohazards, recombinant DNA molecules, select agents, or bloodborne pathogens whether the activities are carried out on campus or off campus (usually under other Institutional Biosafety Committees).

The IBC will review and authorize for 3 years research involving: any biological agents, infected animals or tissues (including field work), recombinant DNA, Select Agents & Toxins, and work with human blood, bodily fluids, tissues or cells in culture. Most biological research requires IBC authorization prior to initiation.


Members of the Institutional Biosafety Committee:

Jeff Adamovicz (Chair) Department of Veterinary Science
Gerard Andrews
Department of Veterinary Science
Madeline Dalrymple Department of Environmental Health and Safety
Bill Heaster Community Member, Albany County Public Health
David Perry College of Agriculture
Dr. Robert Seamon Community Member
Charles Stith Department of Veterinary Science
Baskaran Thyagarajan School of Pharmacy
Ed Van Kirk Department of Animal Science
John Wilford Department of Molecular Biology

 


All inquiries can be made to uwehs@uwyo.edu or by contacting Environmental Health & Safety (307) 766-3277.

 

Scheduled UW IBC Meetings

The IBC usually meets on the first Friday of every month

 

IBC Documents

 

IBC Required Training

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