Teaching Protocols, Classroom Activities, Institutional Protocols, and More

Tuesday, March 20
3:00 PM - 4:15 PM
Location: Delaware AB

Animals are used in the classroom at many institutions of higher education. The review of these uses of animals can pose challenges for IACUCs. Attendees should have a good working knowledge of the regulatory requirements related to the special considerations for IACUC review before attending this session. During this session, speakers and attendees will:

Angela J. Phillips, RVT, LAT, CPIA

Protocol Consultant, Office of the Attending Veterinarian
The Ohio State University

Angela Phillips, Registered Veterinary Technician, AALAS Laboratory Animal Technician, Certified Professional IACUC Administrator
Spent twenty years in research as an assistant, laboratory manager, research associate and corporate liaison in both the College of Veterinary Medicine (hemodynamic research) and the College of Medicine (cardiothoracic surgical research and training) at the Ohio State University before accepting her current position as a Protocol Consultant (Regulatory Manager) in the Office of the Attending Veterinarian.

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Justin D. Kieffer, DVM, DACVPM

Clinical Veterinarian, Office of the Attending Veterinarian; Profession Practice Assistant Professor, Department of Animal Sciences
The Ohio State University

Justin Kieffer, DVM DACVPM, Clinical Veterinarian, Professional Practice Assistant Professor. I graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Animal Sciences in 2004, and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree in 2008, both from The Ohio State University. After graduation I entered private large animal practice in SE MI and NW OH for 6.5 years focusing on dairy production medicine. In 2015 I returned to Ohio State as a Clinical Veterinarian and Assistant Professor with a split appointment between Animal Sciences and the Office of the Attending Veterinarian. I provide clinical care for all agricultural species used in the College of Agriculture at the Columbus campus and outlying research stations, lecture in several undergraduate courses in Animal Sciences, and collaborate and assist in many research trials. I also supervise and provide clinical care for the Alice Finley Teaching Farm horses and cattle, operated by the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine. I serve as an alternate member of the IACUC Committee at OSU, reviewing agricultural and veterinary protocols, and participating in protocol design, perform many IACUC inspections and support compliance and enforcement efforts of committee. In 2017 I became Board Certified in Veterinary Preventive Medicine.

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