1. Link your BYU account to CITI Here (login through CAS if you aren't already)
- If you already have a linked CITI account, skip to step 2.
- Otherwise you will see this screen.
- Click on the appropriate option of whether you have a CITI account or not, and follow the on-screen prompts (ex. click "Create A New CITI Program Account").
2. You should now be at this screen.
- Click on the Brigham Young University bar (mid-screen).
- Click "Add a Course".
3. Choose your curriculum.
- Click on the bubbles by the courses you're wanting to take, and the Submit button at the bottom.
- Now you can just proceed through your chosen tutorials by clicking on them, and following the on-screen instructions.
If you have any questions you may contact the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee at A-281 ASB, or by phone at (801) 422-3022 and (801) 422-3629, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faculty may verify that researchers on their protocols have completed the required training by contacting the IACUC secretary at email@example.com.
The resources below are to help IACUC members better understand animal use regulations as well as IACUC roles and responsibilities.
The IACUC Administrator will meet with new members and review the orientation powerpoint below. The IACUC secretary work with new members to ensure CITI trainings are complete.
- Orientation- New Member PowerPoint
- Working with the IACUC and Essentials for IACUC Members (through CITI)
Other Training Opportunities
The links below can be used to learn more about IACUC and animal care.
- PHS Policy Tutorial
- IACUC Central
- OLAW's Education page- Links for various Workshops and Conferences, Webinars and Podcasts, IACUC 101 Series, and ICARE Dialogues
Animal Extremism Report- Threat of Extremism to Medical Research: Best Practices to Mitigate Risk Through Preparation and Communication