Protocol Analyst, IACUC

Tulane University   New Orleans, LA   Full-time     Information Services / Technology (IT)
Posted on February 7, 2024
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The Tulane Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) Office administers the University’s IACUC, which is charged with reviewing and monitoring animal research under the auspices of the University. The person employed in this highly responsible position will provide analytical, technical, and professional support for the university’s research and teaching activities involving the use of live animals, working closely with Tulane’s IACUCs and the university’s research community to ensure compliance with animal research regulations and institutional policies. The successful candidate will use research compliance concepts to conduct administrative pre-reviews of moderately complex animal use protocols submitted to Tulane’s IACUCs and conduct IACUC- and other compliance-related training, development, and coordination, as well as provide administrative support to the IACUC leadership and other support staff. He/she will liaise with Tulane’s faculty and staff investigators in ensuring that IACUC protocols conform to all University policies, IACUC requirements, and government regulation of the use of vertebrate animals in research. He/she will provide timely and accurate guidance to investigators on the preparation and submission of new or renewal IACUC protocol applications, protocol amendments/revisions, and related documents. The employee will collaborate with the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) staff when a study involves biohazards and the Office of Environmental Health and Safety (OEHS) staff when a study involves chemical or physical hazards.

Tulane University

New Orleans , LA