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WELCOME & INTRODUCTIONS
PRESIDENT, MSMR, Inc.
THE PAST VS. THE PRESENT … RULES & REGULATIONS
BARBARA GARIBALDI, DVM, DACLAM
Director, Animal Research Facility, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Instructor, Department of Medicine Harvard Medical School, Boston
Historical IACUC overview USDA, OLAW and AAALAC
BIOETHICS … WHAT DO THE THREE R’s REALLY MEAN?
WHO’S WHO … IBCs ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES – overview
TED MYATT, SCD
Director of Research Integrity, Division of Research and Economic Development University of Rhode Island
THE ‘GUIDE’ AND MISCELLANEOUS REGULATORY AND GUIDING DOCUMENTS
KAREN L. KRUEGER, DVM, DACLAM
Director, Animal Resources , Boston Children’s Hospital
10:20 – 10:30 AM
WHO’S WHO … IACUCs ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES – overview
THE SEMI-ANNUAL IACUC REVIEW
KATHRYN A HOLTHAUS, MS, MA
Director of Research Subjects Protection and Laboratory Safety Compliance , Research Administration and Compliance , Brigham and Women’s Hospital
DAVE GOLDBERG, MS IACUC
Associate Director, Research Operations, Boston Children’s Hospital
12:00 – 12:30 AM
IBCs & IACUCs … FINDING COMMON GROUND: COLLABORATION and BEST PRACTICES
CASE STUDIES and PROTOCOL REVIEW
WRAP-UP and Q&A
TURN IN YOUR EVALUATIONS!
Barbara Garibaldi, DVM, DACLAM, Director of the Animal Research Facility at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Instructor, Department of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA.
Dr. Garibaldi is the Director of the Animal Research Facility at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. She received her veterinary medical degree from Purdue University and completed postdoctoral work in laboratory animal medicine at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She is board certified in laboratory animal medicine. Dr. Garibaldi has completed a 12 year term as an AAALAC Council member and now serves as an Emeritus member to Council.
David Goldberg, MS, Associate Director, Research Operations, Boston Children’s Hospital
David holds BA and MS degrees with concentrations in neuroscience from Brandeis University and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. In his current role, he ensures compliance with federal laws and regulations governing the care and use of animals at Children’s, an AAALAC-accredited institution since 1992. Previously, David was the Laboratory Manager for the Laboratories for Neuroscience Research in Neurosurgery at Children’s.
Karen Krueger, DVM, DACLAM, Director, Animal Resources, Boston Children’s Hospital Chair, MSMR Program Committee
Karen Krueger, DVM, DACLAM graduated from Tufts School of Veterinary Medicine and went through the residency program at MIT. She was a Clinical Veterinarian at Duke, working at the Duke Primate Center before becoming Associate Director of the animal care program at MGH and Director of animal care at Wyeth, Andover/Cambridge. For over the last decade she has been the Director of the Animal Care Resources Children’s Hospital (ARCH) program here in Boston. Dr. Krueger had served as an ad-hoc consultant for AAALAC.
Kathryn A. Holthaus, MS, MA, Director of Research Subjects Protection and Laboratory Safety Compliance, Research Administration and Compliance, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Kathryn’s focus is on maintaining compliance and safety in animal and human subjects research programs through proactive initiatives, such as education and training for researchers and creation of institutional policy and guidance to close gaps in existing processes. Kathryn obtained her MS in ‘Animals and Public Policy’ at Tufts University Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in 2008, her MA in ‘Developmental Psychology and Education’ and her BS in Biology, both from Boston College. She was Co-director of the Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories at Boston College where she designed curriculum for and oversaw laboratories in molecular biology, genetics, and general biology. In the past, she has also utilized both zebrafish and murine models in cancer and matrix biology research programs at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
Ted Myatt, ScD, Director of Research Integrity, University of Rhode Island
Ted leads the URI Office of Research Integrity, which has oversight in all research compliance areas including the Human Research Protection Program, Animal Research Protection Program, Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC), export controls, and research misconduct. Prior to joining URI, Ted served as the Director of the Partners Healthcare IBC, which served as the IBC for Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and McLean Hospital. He received a Bachelor’s of Science in microbiology at the University of Illinois, a Master’s of Environmental Management at Duke University, and a Doctorate of Science at the Harvard School of Public Health.