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Doreen H. Bartlett, BS, AA, RVT, LATG

Senior Assurance Officer, OLAW, National Institutes of Health

presenter photoMs. Doreen H. Bartlett joined the Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare in November 2012 as a Senior Assurance Officer with the Division of Assurances. Ms. Bartlett came to OLAW with thirty-six years of animal experience, twenty-two of those years in biomedical research involving animals. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from the University of Maryland and an Associate of Arts in Veterinary Technology from Essex Community College. She is certified as a Laboratory Animal Technologist with the American Association for Laboratory Scientists (AALAS) as well as being certified as a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT) with the AVMA in Maryland. In 1990, Ms. Bartlett came to the NIH as a contractor with the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD). In 1996, Ms. Bartlett became the Government Manager of the NICHD Shared Facility and subsequently the Laboratory Facilities and Fisheries Manager for NICHD in 2002, managing a diversity of aquatic facilities including zebrafish and Xenopus as well as the 19,000 tank shared zebrafish facility on the Bethesda campus.

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Tanise L. Jackson, DVM, DACLAM, CPIA

Director, Animal Welfare and Research Integrity, Florida A&M University

presenter photoTanise L. Jackson, DVM, DACLAM, CPIA, is the director of the Laboratory Animal Care Facilities and the attending veterinarian at Florida A&M University. Dr. Jackson obtained her veterinary degree from Tuskegee University. She became a Diplomate of the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine (ACLAM) in 2011 and her CPIA in 2014. Dr. Jackson’s current position combines administrative service, regulatory input and collaborative research. Dr. Jackson currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors for PRIM&R and an active member of the Governance and Certification committee with PRIM&R.

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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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Protocol Review Track

Breakout Sessions – Series A

A12 - Ensuring Congruency Between Grants and Protocols: Who, How, and When?

Friday, April 1

10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Faculty(s):

Doreen H. Bartlett, BS, AA, RVT, LATG

Senior Assurance Officer, OLAW, National Institutes of Health

Tanise L. Jackson, DVM, DACLAM, CPIA

Director, Animal Welfare and Research Integrity, Florida A&M University

Justin A. McNulty, MLAS, CPIA, RLATG

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

In this session, faculty will:


  • Briefly define the requirements for congruence among grants, contracts, and protocols
  • Discuss the various mechanisms for developing and implementing a program to accomplish this congruency, as well as to perform comparative reviews
  • Identify the roles and responsibilities of the institution, the principal investigator, and the IACUC in facilitating compliance with grant policies
  • Review the grant policy requirements of the NIH, National Science Foundation, Department of Defense, and VA as they relate to research, teaching, and testing of vertebrate animals
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