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Alice Huang, PhD, CPIA

Staff Scientist and Deputy for IACUC Guidance, Office of the Chief Veterinary Medical Officer , Office of Research and Development, Department of Veterans Affairs

presenter photoAlice Huang, PhD, CPIA, is the Deputy for IACUC Guidance in the Office of the CVMO, Office of Research and Development, Department of Veterans Affairs, and is located in Decatur, Georgia. She was a research physiologist and medical school faculty member, with particular interests in systems cardiovascular physiology, for almost 20 years, before joining the Office of the CVMO. Since 2006, she has led the efforts of that office to work with representatives of USDA, OLAW, and AAALAC, to understand the integrated regulatory requirements and provide consistent guidance specific to the needs of the individual 70+ VA stations involved in animal research. She also provides technical support for on-line training and document management systems used by VA, and is involved in the development of committee management software.

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Justin A. McNulty, MLAS, CPIA, RLATG

IACUC and IBC Senior Program Coordinator, The University of Texas at Austin

presenter photoJustin A. McNulty, MLAS, CPIA, RLATG is Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) and Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) Senior Program Coordinator, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas. Mr. McNulty received his master’s degree in laboratory animal science from Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mr. McNulty is a Certified Professional IACUC Administrator (CPIA), a registered Laboratory Animal Technologist (RLATG) with the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, and is an active member of the American Society of Primatologists (ASP). He currently serves as an ad hoc Specialist for AAALAC International as well as a member of the Council for Certified Professional IACUC Administrator (CCPIA).

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Eileen M. Morgan, BS

Director, Division of Assurances, Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare, National Institutes of Health

presenter photoEileen Morgan, BS, Director, Division of Assurances, Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare (OLAW), National Institutes of Health (NIH). Ms. Morgan previously served as a Senior Assurance Officer in the Division of Assurances within the Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare (OLAW). Eileen holds a B.S. in Technology Management from the University of Maryland and an Associate degree in Animal Health Technology. She has 32 years experience in animal models-based biomedical research and compliance oversight in the humane care and use of laboratory animals. Her experience includes service as Chief of the Facility Management Branch in the Division of Veterinary Resources, NIH Intramural Program, and positions at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the American Red Cross, Holland Laboratory, Cleveland Research Institute, and Affinity Biotech, Inc. She has served as an IACUC member and IACUC Chair.

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Richelle L. Scales, CPIA

Protocol Analyst, IACUC Office, University of California, Berkeley

presenter photoRichelle Scales, CPIA, received a bachelor of science degree in Laboratory Animal Science from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University (NC A&T) in 1993. She is a CPIA® and currently serves as a research compliance analyst at UC Berkeley, working in the Office for Animal Care and Use. Before coming to Berkeley, Richelle worked at Emory University Yerkes Primate Center for over 8 years as a veterinarian assistant and research technician, and for three years as an IACUC member, compliance analyst, and post-approval monitoring specialist. She has also served as a research consultant and lab assistant on behavioral projects involving rhesus macaques at Cayo Santiago, Puerto Rico.

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Program Management Track

Breakout Sessions – Series C

C10 - Inter-Institutional Collaborations and Memoranda of Understandings (MOUs): What Are We Responsible For?

Friday, April 1

4:15 PM - 5:30 PM

Faculty(s):

Alice Huang, PhD, CPIA

Staff Scientist and Deputy for IACUC Guidance, Office of the Chief Veterinary Medical Officer , Office of Research and Development, Department of Veterans Affairs

Justin A. McNulty, MLAS, CPIA, RLATG

IACUC and IBC Senior Program Coordinator, The University of Texas at Austin

Eileen M. Morgan, BS

Director, Division of Assurances, Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare, National Institutes of Health

Richelle L. Scales, CPIA

Protocol Analyst, IACUC Office, University of California, Berkeley

This session will focus on the various partnerships that can be forged between academic institutions and other types of research institutions, and how to ensure animal welfare and appropriate oversight when two very different institutional cultures collide. During this session, faculty will:


  • Define inter-institutional collaborations and review the regulatory requirements that require attention
  • Outline the primary components of a MOU
  • Provide strategies for identifying collaborations, and discuss when collaboration necessitates a MOU (e.g., for PHS studies when custom antibodies are being made commercially, when institutions subcontract a portion of a project, and/or when a principal investigator oversees a project outside the home institution)
  • Address who initiates the MOU (e.g., the grantee, the subcontractor, or both)
  • Share practical examples and templates of MOUs, as well as experiences and ideas about managing collaborations across institutions
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