IACUC19: Posters Selected for Presentation

PRIM&R is pleased to present the IACUC19 Poster Program, highlighting the innovative work being done in the field by those in our community. Fifteen posters* were selected for display throughout the conference and you can view these posters in the Grand Ballroom Foyer or via the conference website.

This year, PRIM&R granted the Pillars of PRIM&R Outstanding Poster Award for the first time. This award is given to an exceptional poster abstract submission, and the winner receives a complimentary conference registration and PRIM&R membership. The conference planning committee selected the poster Development and Utilization of a Multi-Species Database to Analyze the Incidence, Duration, and Reason for Single Animal Housing by Cherylann Gieseke, CVT, CPIA; Naomi M. Gades, DVM, MS, MRCVS, CPIA, CMAR, DACLAM; Hirohito Kita, MD, Mayo Clinic, to receive the award.

PRIM&R thanks the conference planning committee for their work in reviewing this year's submissions.

*Please note, the inclusion of posters featuring commercial products should not be considered an endorsement by PRIM&R.

  1. Creating a "Culture of Caring"
    David Brahm, MS, CPIA; Toni Albanese, BS
    Bristol-Myers Squibb

     
  2. Reinventing a Postapproval Monitoring Program into a Collaborative Process that Ensures the Highest Standards of Animal Welfare
    David Brahm, MS, CPIA; Toni Albanese, BS
    Bristol-Myers Squibb

     
  3. "Celebrating" Occupational Health and Safety
    Kathryn Cavanaugh, BS, CPIA; Stacy Pritt, DVM, MS, MBA, CPIA, DACAW
    UT Southwestern Medical Center

     
  4. Example Questions Used in Protocols: Streamlining the Review Process
    Nicole Bibus Christianson, MS; Troy Apple, ChE, DVM; Scott Bury, PhD, CPIA
    Vanderbilt University Medical Center

     
  5. Development of a Dynamic Online Mobile Inspection Tracking and Follow-Up System
    Patrick Doyle, BS; Christina Nascimento, MS, CPIA; Kathryn Holthaus, MS, MA; Lynn Simpson, MPH
    Brigham & Women's Hospital

     
  6. Development and Utilization of a Multi-Species Database to Analyze the Incidence, Duration, and Reason for Single Animal Housing
    Cherylann Gieseke, CVT, CPIA; Naomi M. Gades, DVM, MS, MRCVS, CPIA, CMAR, DACLAM; Hirohito Kita, MD
    Mayo Clinic

     
  7. Evaluating Post-Surgical Analgesia Use in Rodents at University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Melissa Hunsley, PhD, CPIA; Sarah Johnson-Schlueter, BS; Derrik Duchesneau, MS
    University of Wisconsin-Madison

     
  8. Journey to MARRS: Utilizing Cross-Platform Database Access to Optimize Compliance Monitoring and Data Management
    William Kahn, BS; Scott Bury, PhD, CPIA
    Vanderbilt University Medical Center

     
  9. Policy, SOP or Guideline? The Conundrum of Balancing the Framework Required for a Growing Animal Care Program with an Overall Goal of Reducing Administrative Burden
    Christopher Keator, PhD; Amy Shipley, PhD
    Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine

     
  10. Zero to 100: Starting an Animal Research Program from Scratch and Applying for AAALAC Accreditation in Two Years
    Christopher S. Keator, PhD; Jill A. Bland, BBA, CEcD; Nathan W. Brown, BS, LATG, CMAR; Leandra H. Burke, MPA, CCRP; Bronwyn Drost, BA; Nichol E. Holodick, PhD; James A. Jackson, DVM; Emily Philipp-Petrick, BS, LVT; Amy S. Shipley, PhD; Steven J. Weber, MHSA, PhD Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine

     
  11. Quality Assurance: Committing to Animal Welfare while Reducing Burden
    Jessi Kittel, BS, CPIA; Erin Czarniak, BS, LATg
    University of Michigan

     
  12. Practicing Ergonomic Safety in an Animal Care Organization
    Carol Oteham, BS; Bethany Schoon, BA; Lagora Carrell, RALAT; Lisa Snider, CPIA
    Purdue University

     
  13. One Year Later: Building a Regional IACUC Administrators Networking Group
    Alison D. Pohl, MS, CPIA
    UConn Health
    Toni K. O'Connell, BS, CPIA
    Pfizer, Inc.

     
  14. Protocol Review Cycle Times—Who's to Blame?
    Jerry Poling, BS, CPIA
    Eli Lilly and Company

     
  15. TREATS: A Protocol Review and Improvement Tool Synchronizing Reviews, Reviewers, and Developers
    Alicia Turner, BS; Troy Apple, DVM, ChE; Scott Bury, PhD, CPIA
    Vanderbilt University Medical Center