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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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Terence Bradley, PhD

Professor, Department of Fisheries, Animal, and Veterinary Science; IACUC Chair, University of Rhode Island

presenter photoTerry Bradley is a Professor in the Department of Fisheries, Animal and Veterinary Science at the University of Rhode Island and has served as Chair of the IACUC since 2007. His focus is on aquatic organisms and his lab has conducted basic and applied research on an array of finfish species including salmonids, sea bass, summer flounder, scombrids, mahi-mahi and cod. Ongoing research projects in his lab include: 1) production of transgenic salmonids to investigate the role of selected muscle regulatory factors in development and growth of fish and 2) developing methods for aquaculture of yellowfin tuna which includes collection of broodstock and larval and juvenile culture. In addition to these academic pursuits he also has extensive experience working with various sectors of the global aquaculture industry.

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David M. Parichy, PhD

Professor, University of Washington

presenter photoDr. David M. Parichy is a professor in the Department of Biology at University of Washington in Seattle (http://faculty.washington.edu/dparichy/). Parichy's laboratory studies developmental genetics and evolution of zebrafish and related species, focusing primarily on controls of adult pigment pattern formation and other aspects of post-embryonic development; they have also published a normal table of zebrafish post-embyronic developmental stages. His group has additionally studied zebrafish natural history in the field in India and zebrafish behavior and congnitive processing in the laboratory. Parichy received a B.A. in Biology from Reed College (1991) and a Ph.D. in Population Biology from University of California at Davis (1997), and he was an NSF-Sloan Postdoctoral Fellow at Washington University Medical School in St Louis (1997-2000). He began as an Assistant Professor at University of Texas in 2000 where he was promoted to Associate Professor in 2004. He has been at University of Washington since 2005.

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George E. Sanders, DVM, MS, Certified Fish Pathologist (AFS/FHS)

Lecturer and Aquatic Animal Program Director, Department of Comparative Medicine - Aquatic Animal Veterinarian

Biography for Dr. George E. Sanders, DVM, MS, Certified Fish Pathologist (AFS/FHS). Degrees / Certifications: B.S. – in Biology, from Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA D.V.M. - from Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine, in Baton Rouge, LA. M.S. - in Comparative Medicine from the University of Washington, Department of Comparative Medicine after completing a National Institutes of Health (NIH) sponsored Laboratory Animal Training Program. Fish Pathology Certification - from the American Fisheries Society, Fish Health Section. Currently Primary Employment: Lecturer & Aquatic Animal Program Director at the University of Washington, School of Medicine, Department of Comparative Medicine in Seattle, WA, USA.

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Robert S. Sikes, PhD

Professor of Biology; Director, Basic Animal Services Unit, University of Arkansas at Little Rock; President-Elect; Chair, Animal Care and Use Committee, American Society of Mammalogists, Behavioral and Evolutionary Ecology

presenter photoRobert S. Sikes, PhD, is a professor of biology and director of the basic animal services unit at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He currently serves as President-Elect of the American Society of Mammalogists, and he chairs the animal care and use committee for that organization. His background and research experience is exclusively with wild vertebrates, both in the field and in captivity.

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Not Your Average IACUC Track

Breakout Sessions – Series E

E8 - Panel Follow-Up: What IACUCs Need to Know About Laboratory Aquatics Oversight

Saturday, April 2

2:45 PM - 4:00 PM

Faculty(s):

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

Senior Assurance Officer, OLAW, National Institutes of Health

Terence Bradley, PhD

Professor, Department of Fisheries, Animal, and Veterinary Science; IACUC Chair, University of Rhode Island

David M. Parichy, PhD

Professor, University of Washington

George E. Sanders, DVM, MS, Certified Fish Pathologist (AFS/FHS)

Lecturer and Aquatic Animal Program Director, Department of Comparative Medicine - Aquatic Animal Veterinarian

Robert S. Sikes, PhD

Professor of Biology; Director, Basic Animal Services Unit, University of Arkansas at Little Rock; President-Elect; Chair, Animal Care and Use Committee, American Society of Mammalogists, Behavioral and Evolutionary Ecology

This session will follow-up on the conversations started during the panel, and will focus on what IACUCs need to do to provide competent oversight of aquatic animal programs. From initial education of IACUC members, implementation or affirmation of appropriate policies, and facilitation of the research, this session will prepare IACUCs for effective oversight of the care and use of aquatic species. During this session, faculty and attendees will:


  • Review what training should be provided to IACUC members and staff to be able to effectively oversee research with aquatic animals
  • Discuss what IACUC policies need to be revised or created when adding laboratory aquatic animals to a research program
  • Address the unique occupational health concerns that aquatic animals pose
  • Share strategies on principal investigator care of these animals, including housing and husbandry
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