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    In-person classes/activities will shift to remote, if possible, due to inclement weather.

Compliance and Review Boards

Presentation of research findings
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    Animal Care

    Forms to be completed by PI:    

    1. Protocol Review Form - to be completed for new research/teaching proposals
    2. Project Completion Form – to be completed at the end of the approved project
    3. IACUC Research Project In Progress Form - 2013
    Guidelines:        
    1. The Guide, 8th Edition
    2. OLAW IACUC Guidebook
    3. AVMA Guidelines on Euthanasia
    Other Documents:
    1. CSU-Pueblo Animal Welfare Assurance Document

    Animal Care and Use Website:

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    Biosafety

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    Human Subjects

    *IMPORTANT:  If the PI answers “yes” to any of the items (#1 - #8) in Section B of the IRB – Institutional Review Board Research Approval Form, please review the information available at:

    On this page, the PI will find a number of forms, of which the PI will need two.  Please review the form called “Elements of Consent”, and use the form called “Consent Form Template” to develop a Consent Form.  A Consent Form must be submitted along with the IRB – Institutional Review Board Research Approval Form for projects involving human subjects research.

    If you need help determining if your project requires IRB approval, please contact the IRB Chair, Dr. George Dallam, at 719.549.2619 or george.dallam@csupueblo.edu

    Expected timelines for processing IRB - Institutional Review Board Research Approval Forms:

    Exempt protocols:  7 – 10 working days

    Expedited protocols: ~ 3 weeks

    Full board protocols:  No less than 30 days

    Course/Multi-student protocols:  depends on the number of proposals and status; please contact the IRB Chair, Dr. George Dallam, at 719.549.2619 or george.dallam@csupueblo.edu prior to submission.


    Useful Human Subject Web Sites

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    Compliance Coursework

    Federal regulations require formal training in various areas, researchers should either be aware of these requirements or contact the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs for advice.

    Training Courses Include:

    • Animal Biosafety
    • Basic Introduction to Biosafety
    • Biomedical Research
    • Biomedical Responsible Conduct of Research
    • Biosafety Officer Training - Basic/Initial
    • Essentials for IACUC Members
    • Initial Biosafety Training
    • IRB Chair
    • Working with Amphibians in Research Settings.
    • Working With Fish in Research Settings
    • Working with Mice in Research
    • Working with Rabbits in Research Settings
    • Working with Rats in Research Settings
    • Working with Zebrafish (Danio rerio) in Research Settings
    Research Ethics and Compliance Training
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    Responsible Conduct of Research

    It is required that all Colorado State University-Pueblo researchers complete a course on Responsible Conduct of Research annually.

    Our office maintains a subscription with Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI Program) which is dedicated to promoting the public’s trust in the research enterprise by providing high quality, peer-reviewed, web-based educational courses in research, ethics, regulatory oversight, responsible conduct of research, research administration, and other topics pertinent to the interests of member organizations and individual learners.

    These materials are designed and regularly updated to:

    • Enhance the knowledge and professionalism of investigators, staff, and students conducting research in the United States and internationally
    • Educate members, administrators, and leadership of ethics committees that review and oversee research
    • Promote ethical research at organizations through the education of research administrators and organizational leadership

    CSU-Pueblo offers several courses through CITI Program including one in Responsible Conduct of Research.

    About CITI Program

Research and Sponsored Programs

Administration 310

Office: 719.549.2551
Fax: 719.549.2071

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