Print This
Basic
Pre-Registration Required
‹‹ Go Back

Natalie L. Mays, BA, LATG, CPIA

Director of the IACUC and IBC, NYU Langone Medical Center

presenter photoNatalie L. Mays, BA, LATG, CPIA, received her bachelor’s degree in microbiology from Miami University in Oxford, OH, is a graduate of AALAS’ ILAM program, and obtained LATG from AALAS and CPIA certification from PRIM&R. Ms. Mays is the director of the office of the IACUC and IBC at New York University Langone Medical Center (NYULMC). In this position, she is responsible for the administrative management of the IACUC and IBC. Prior to joining the team at NYULMC, Ms. Mays was the IACUC director at Columbia University and Columbia University Medical Center. She has served on IACUCs since early 1988 in various capacities, including in the role of regulatory compliance and training coordinator. Ms. Mays has been active in AALAS at the local and national levels serving on various committees. She is the Co-Chair of the 2016 PRIMR IACUC Conference as well as a member of PRIMR's Board of Directors and Diversity Advisory Group.

‹‹ Go Back

Rachel A. Murray, MS, CPIA, RLATG

Research Compliance Specialist, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

presenter photoRachel Murray, MS, CPIA, RLATG is a Research Compliance Specialist at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. She has a bachelor's in Animal Sciences from the University of Kentucky and a Master's in Biology, with a focus on translational research, from the University of Cincinnati. Rachel is responsible for overall program oversight, with particular emphasis on protocol processing, policy and SOP development, and communication to regulatory agencies. Rachel has been involved in the IACUC field since 2010 and enjoys public presenting and providing continuing education to the research community and IACUC. Rachel enjoys meeting with Principal Investigators to establish a working relationship, allowing her to be a resource for any questions or concerns they may have. Rachel's passion is protocol processing and routing, as well as serving as a a resource for the IACUC and IACUC coordinators at other institutions on the best ways to process protocols in order to get them approved in the most efficient manner possible. This is Rachel's second time presenting at PRIM&R and she looks forward to being a resource for others and meeting new people and learning how their programs and processes work.

‹‹ Go Back

Trina M. Smith, BS, MS, CPIA

IACUC Compliance Administrator, Mississippi State University

presenter photo Trina M. Smith, BS, MS, CPIA, IACUC Compliance Administrator, Office of Research Compliance, Mississippi State University. I received a Bachelor of Science degree in Office Systems Technology in December 1992 and a Master of Science degree in Instructional Technology in May 2000 from Mississippi State University. I have been employed with Mississippi State University for 22 years and have been an IACUC Administrator for 11 of those years. I take pride in serving the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) in an effective, efficient and ethical manner and serving as a resourceful liaison between Mississippi State’s animal users and the IACUC.

‹‹ Go Back

Please enter your access key

The asset you are trying to access is locked for premium users. Please enter your access key to unlock.


Email This Presentation:

From:

To:

Subject:

Body:

IACUC Administration/Management and Process Track

Breakout Sessions – Series A

A6 - IACUC Administration for New Administrators/Coordinators

Friday, April 1

10:45 AM - 1:30 PM

Faculty(s):

Natalie L. Mays, BA, LATG, CPIA

Director of the IACUC and IBC, NYU Langone Medical Center

Rachel A. Murray, MS, CPIA, RLATG

Research Compliance Specialist, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

Trina M. Smith, BS, MS, CPIA

IACUC Compliance Administrator, Mississippi State University

This session is for individuals new to the field of IACUC administration and will provide a comprehensive review of responsibilities typically assigned to IACUC administrators. Please note: this session will be similar to the Essentials of IACUC Administration–Intensive pre-conference program happening on March 30. During this session, faculty and attendees will:


  • Outline the role of the IACUC administrator as customer service agent
  • Review protocol management and routing
  • Discuss how to manage semiannual reviews
  • Address how to conduct post-approval monitoring
  • Share strategies on IACUC/investigator interactions, and how to deal with challenging customers and situations
  • Learn how to foster a culture of compliance
  • This is a double session and will go until 1:30 PM. Attendees will get their boxed lunch before the session starts.
Slides Slides Slides Slides Slides Slides