Back to the Basics; Compliance Administration and Veterinary Care
The objective of each webinar is to provide participants the opportunity to discuss common practices used across the IACUC administrative community. During the webinar, a specific topic will be analyzed by meeting facilitators and attendees to identify and refine practices that can be used to achieve desired goals.
To help initiate the discussion, one of our colleagues from the IACUC administrative community will present ideas that focus on the topic of choice. Colleagues from OLAW and the USDA will participate in our discussions and help to refine and validate practices. Attendees are encouraged to submit (firstname.lastname@example.org) questions PRIOR TO the webinar and will be encouraged to interact by discussing their own institutions practices.
During this webinar, Ron Banks and Bill Greer will focus on the structure of an animal care and use program. They will discuss the role of the compliance office and its associated responsibilities. In addition, they will focus on the various divisions of the veterinary care program including, for example, clinical care, husbandry practices and the support veterinarians provide to researchers.
Bill Greer, BS: received his bachelor’s degree in Microbiology from Penn State University in 1985. He currently serves as the Assistant Vice President for Research at the University of Michigan. His previous roles included Associate Director for Research Compliance at Penn State University, and research technician, production manager and safety officer at Intervet, State College, PA (Formally Tri Bio Laboratories). In 2005, he organized and held the first IACUC Administrators’ Best Practices Meeting, which establish a venue for administrators to meet informally and discuss programmatic concerns. In 2007, he initiated the process of establishing the IACUC Administrators Association (IAA), which is a professional organization of IACUC Administrators. He now serves as the president and chair of the IAA Board of Directors. Since 2007, Bill has served as ad hoc specialist to AAALAC Council where he participates in institutional program reviews, assessments, and status determinations. He served as a member of the Council of Certified Professional IACUC Administrators (CCPIA). He continues to facilitate training activities at multiple venues including PRIM&R, AALAS, BTAA, and both IACUC and IBC Administrators Best Practice Meetings.
Ron E. Banks, DVM: received his veterinary degree from Auburn University’s School of Veterinary Medicine, and retired a Colonel from the United States Army Veterinary Corps. After postings as the Director, Center for Comparative Medicine, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, Colorado; and Director, Office of Animal Welfare Assurance at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina; and the Director, Division of Comparative Medicine, and The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; he has retired and continues to serve the IACUC Administrative community by facilitating various training activities. Along his professional journey he has contributed as Council Member on AAALAC’s Council on Accreditation; Chairman of the American Veterinary Medical Association’s Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee; Board Member for the IACUC Administrator’s Association; and Fellow of the National Academies of Practice. Dr. Banks is board certified with the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine; the American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine; and he is a Charter Diplomate of the American College of Animal Welfare.
OLAW and USDA Representatives to be determined
The IACUC Administrators Association (IAA) and related activities are supported through OLAW and IAA memberships. Membership fees through ongoing involvement from the community allow the IAA to keep activities fees at a minimum. We ask that you please become a new member, or maintain your membership status (memberships are renewed annually). If you are a current member of the IAA, you are free to attend webinars at no charge. Individuals that are non-members or those with expired memberships will be asked to provide $30 in support for each webinar they attend.
The meeting times are Eastern Standard Time
|IACUC Administrators Association NON-Members||$30.00|
|IACUC Administrators Association Associates Members Fee||$0.00|