The Institutional Biosafety Committee, or IBC, is the ISU committee that reviews protocols for experiments using rDNA, human cell lines and biohazards.
All research conducted at Idaho State University involving rDNA molecules must meet with current NIH Guidelines.
For detailed instructions and assistance, please contact IBC Chair James Groome at (208) 282-2791.
CITI Training may be required.
IBC Manual, Lab Manual Templates & Forms
The Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) Manual provides background on the development of protocols and biosafety laboratory manuals.
Submit all forms and protocols to email@example.com.
Preparation of a BS1 or BSL2 laboratory manual is required in order for the IBC to approve a protocol for an rDNA project.
Biosafety for BSL3 – contact IBC Coordinator
2. Protocol Forms
A. Protocol for Use of Recombinant or Synthetic Nucleic Acid Molecules in Research
B. Protocol for Use of Infectious Agents, Toxins and Select Agents in Research
C. Protocol for Use of Human and Non-Human Primate Blood, Cell Lines, or Other Potentially Infectious Materials (OPIM) -
For questions about the manual or forms, contact IBC Chair James Groome at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ISU Institutional Biosafety Committee:
|James Groome, Ph.D., Chair||Curt Anderson, Ph.D., IACUC Representative|
|Tom Bailey, IBC Coordinator||Peter Sheridan, Ph.D.|
|Emily Baergen||Lorinda Smith, Ph.D.|
|Jennifer Parrot||Michelle Andrews|
|Kirk Hevener, Ph.D.||Nicki Aubuchon-Endsley, Ph.D.|
|Jan 10, 2017||Jan 17, 2017|
|Feb 14th||Feb 21st|
|Mar 14th||Mar 21st|
|Apr 11th||Apr 18th|
|May 9th||May 16th|
James Groome, Ph.D., Chair
Institutional Biosafety Committee
Tom Bailey, IBC Coordinator
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