Animal Care Standing Committee

Reports to:

Vice Provost for Research and Sponsored Programs

Charge:

Regulate animal care and use in all programs associated with the University; make recommendations and suggest policy for the administration of the Division of Laboratory Animal Resources (DLAR) regarding animals in teaching and research programs; ascertain compliance with appropriate federal regulations; act as the internal certifying agency for the University concerning animal care and welfare; conduct forums, as appropriate, on the needs for uses of and policies pertaining to research using animals.

Status

Membership  Structure

Name

Area of Representation

Length of Term

Voting

Eight Faculty who are practicing scientists experienced in research involving animals

Dr. Saravanan Elangovan

Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology

2017

Dr. Mohammed Elgazzar

Internal Medicine

2017

Dr. Tammy Ozment

Surgery

2017

Dr. Deling Yin

Internal Medicine

2017

Dr. Matthew Palmatier

Psychology

2018

Dr. Doug Thewke

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

2018

Dr. Charles Stuart

Internal Medicine

2018

Dr. David Roane

Pharmaceutical Sciences

2016

Attending Veterinarian

Dr. Gregory Hanley

Laboratory Animals

Indefinite

One Staff representative working with Laboratory animals

Mrs. Jennifer Hoard

Pharmacology

2018

Two Community Representatives (non-scientists)

Dr. Turney Williams

Community

2017

Ms. Mary Lou Street Hawk

Non-scientist

2018

One representative from the VA

Dr. Krishna Singh

VAMC

2018

Alternates

One Faculty scientist

Dr. Dennis Defoe

Anatomy

2016

One Staff scientist

Dr. Marie Southerland

Pharmacology

2018

Non-Voting/ Ex-officio

Vice Provost for Research

Dr. William Duncan

ORASP

Indefinite

Representative from the Department of Family Medicine, Occupational Health and Safety Program

Dr. Tom Avonda

Family Medicine

Indefinite

One representative from the VA Research Office

Ms. Sharon Neas

VA R&D

Indefinite

 

Updated: 14 August 2015

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