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Note: For specific submission deadlines and meeting dates, please refer to the Deadlines and Meeting Dates page.


Animal Welfare Laws, Regulations, Policies and Guidelines
All Faculty, students and research or technical staff who will be directly involved in research with the use of vertebrate animals at NYU, Washington Square Campus, must satisfactorily complete the Animal Welfare Orientation process and have their role identified on a University Animal Welfare Committee (UAWC) approved protocol.

The Ethics of Animal Research
All Faculty, students and research or technical staff who will be directly involved in research with the use of vertebrate animals at NYU, Washington Square Campus, must satisfactorily complete the Animal Welfare Orientation process and have their role identified on a University Animal Welfare Committee (UAWC) approved protocol.

Informative References
This site is to provide access to current information pertaining to IACUCs and the use of animals in research. The UAWC works to remain abreast of the most recent issues related to regulatory compliance and those concerning the highest quality, humane, animal care and use. This site will be continually updated to make that information available to investigators and research staff.

Department of Environmental Health and Safety
Environmental Health & Safety supports the mission of New York University to become the “leadership university” by providing comprehensive environmental health and safety services to all faculty, students and staff. These services for the University community include environmental health and safety technical support, information and training programs, consulting services, auditing services.

Office of Sponsored Programs
OSP is staffed by Projects Officers knowledgeable about funding opportunities in a wide range of academic fields and experienced in dealing with public and private not-for-profit sponsors. Projects Officers can help you identify appropriate potential sponsors, interpret guidelines, develop budgets, and fulfill application requirements. OSP also provides institutional sign off on proposal submissions, negotiates awards with sponsors and guides investigators in funded project administration.

Office of Veterinary Resources
The New York University, Washington Square Campus, Office of Veterinary Resources (OVR) in conjunction with the University Animal Welfare Committee (UAWC) provides facilities, services, information, and training to ensure animal welfare and to facilitate effective research using laboratory animals. The employees of OVR are committed to working together in a positive, supportive manner to achieve and maintain a program of excellence.

NYU Compliance Reporting Line
NYU promotes and encourages a culture of conduct consistent with laws, regulations and NYU's ethical and business policies. If you have questions regarding ethics, compliance or best business practices, or if you observe conduct at NYU that is inconsistent with these expectations, we encourage you to contact the Office of Compliance and Risk Management directly or through the NYU Compliance Reporting Line.

Ask a Librarian
For assistance in completing the literature search section of your protocol, you may use the NYU Health Sciences Libraries’ literature search service. Literature search services are available only to students, faculty and staff at the New York University Medical and Dental Centers, and to designated affiliates. Simply complete the form and search results will be emailed directly to you.

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